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Home sales stay strong in Ada; Canyon posts gain (access required)

Double-digit gains in home sales in December led Canyon County to a nearly 15 percent increase for the year – and helped Ada County post only a slight decline for 2002. The number of homes sold increased by 14.92 percent ...

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Boise construction mgmt. firm offers 'open book' to clients (access required)

A Boise construction management firm is in new hands. Last October, A. L. “Drew” Seargent purchased Idaho Commercial Construction Co. LLC and renamed it IC3 Inc. He reorganized the company with himself as president and Rodney Maves as vice president. ...

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Evans Construction plans more small office buildings (access required)

Dave Evans Construction continues to build and sell small office buildings in several Ada County developments. Owner Dave Evans is developing the Ashland and Riverside business parks in Garden City, Southwind Business Center in southwest Boise, and a project within ...

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White Cloud Mountain Coffee reports improved sales, income (access required)

Garden City-based coffee roaster White Cloud Mountain Coffee appears headed back into the black as founder and CEO Jerome Eberharter steers the company in new directions. White Cloud, launched in 1986, saw $1.7 million in sales for a net income ...

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Boise Tower announces third lender; construction to go forward (access required)

Boise Tower has its third lender, and construction is to go forward in earnest after the loan closes in two or three weeks, developer Rick Peterson said last week. The city did not immediately agree. Peterson told the Capital City ...

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Primary Health 'on the cusp' of growth, officials say (access required)

While it’s generally healthy now, Primary Health Inc. has room to get stronger, officials say. The privately held company based in Boise operates a medical group with employed physicians in 13 clinics, and a health insurance plan. It owns an ...

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Correction: Wells Fargo, too, sees slow '03 growth in Idaho (access required)

A story in the Jan. 13 Business Review, headlined “Wells Fargo, too, sees slow ’03 growth in Idaho,” contained an erroneous reference to Pat McMurray as a “Salt Lake City-based banking official.”McMurray, Wells Fargo’s Idaho president and CEO, is based ...

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United Heritage Mutual Holding allies with Sublimity Insurance (access required)

United Heritage Mutual Holding Co., a Meridian-based insurance and financial services provider, recently signed a “mutual holding company merger agreement” with Sublimity Insurance Co. The agreement will make Sublimity the fourth business entity in United Heritage Financial Group, Inc. On ...

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Caldwell Econ. Development Council reaches out to smaller towns (access required)

What is the Caldwell Economic Development Council doing in Notus, Middleton and Parma? Taking a more regional approach, so outlying communities can share in business development opportunities as well as the funding that Canyon County provides CEDC. Recently CEDC applied ...

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Wells Fargo, too, sees slow '03 growth in Idaho (access required)

Idaho can expect slow growth in 2003, mainly in the second half, as the nation enters a hoped-for recovery from a two-year slump, says Kelly Matthews, regional economist for Wells Fargo & Co. It will be “a transition year as ...

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