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Boise Airport sees jump in available seats and flights from a year ago (access required)

The number of departing passenger seats available at the Boise Airport was up more than 26,000 in November from a year ago, coinciding with a slight increase in the number of total passengers flying for the month, airport officials report. ...

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10th Ave. bridge in Caldwell, Idaho scheduled for upgrades (access required)

The Tenth Avenue bridge in Caldwell is scheduled for upgrades next spring. Idaho Transportation Department spokesperson Jennifer Oxley said some sections of bridge deck will be replaced, and some expansion joints repaired. During freeze-and-thaw cycles, the joints allow the bridge ...

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Commentary: “IHateSpam” program is one way to screen chaff (access required)

I hate spam. That sums up both my problem and my new-found solution. Normally, I am quite careful to protect my primary email account, but again this morning I found several unwanted and disgusting, Unsolicited Commercial Emails. I know the ...

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Pocatello-based Idaho Central Credit Union plans Meridian branch (access required)

Idaho Central Credit Union plans to construct a building of 3,000 square feet in western Meridian starting in early spring. The Pocatello-based institution purchased an acre at the southeast corner of Ten Mile Road and Cherry Lane from St. Alphonsus ...

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Panda Express to open on Milwaukee Street in Boise (access required)

The Panda Express chain plans to open its fourth Valley eatery later this month on Milwaukee Street, between Home Depot and Macaroni Grill. Dennis Potter, project manager for Steed Construction, Eagle, said Panda Express will take about 1,800 square feet ...

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Convenience store, eatery planned off I-84 in east Boise (access required)

A 6,000-square-foot convenience store with two quick-service restaurants and a car wash has been proposed for a 1.8-acre site south of Federal Way and east of Gowen Road in Columbia Village. “There is very high demand because this intersection or ...

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Tacoma Screw Products plans store in Central Park Commerce Ctr. (access required)

Tacoma Screw Products Inc., a fastener and industrial-supplies company, aims to open a Boise store by May 1. The company leased 8,400 square feet in the Central Park Commerce Center on South Cole Road for its 11th location. “We were ...

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New report takes comprehensive look at Nampa-Caldwell real estate market (access required)

A new report appears to be the first to take a comprehensive look at the Nampa-Caldwell commercial real estate market. Jerry Gunstream, owner of Gunstream Commercial Real Estate in Nampa, released the winter Canyon County Commercial Real Estate Update last ...

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