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'TECenter' construction begins on Boise State Univ. West Campus (access required)

Construction of TECenter, a technology-oriented business incubator funded primarily by federal sources, has begun on the Boise State University West Campus north of the Idaho Center in Nampa. The single-story building of 40,000 square feet is designed to house 20 ...

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Nampa tile installer’s love of art pops up in work (access required)

Treasure Valley tile installer Tim Stoddard has a secret he’s ready to share with the world: He loves Monet. “I think he’s great,” said Stoddard, 46. “He’s the master of light and reflection.” Stoddard’s passion for the French impressionist’s work ...

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Cost estimates for health-care facility drop by $250K (access required)

Cost estimates for a new health-care facility in Meridian have dropped about $250,000 due to economic conditions, according to Mike Ondracek, executive director of corporate development for St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center. Original estimates for the construction of the St. ...

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Legislative panel ponders broadening of broadband (access required)

How broadly Idaho is covered by broadband Internet service is one question an Idaho Legislature study committee aims to answer. The question of where Idaho already has broadband access has come up in recent meetings of the Interim Committee on ...

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Johnny Carino's building second restaurant at Crossroads center (access required)

Johnny Carino’s Country Italian, an Austin, Texas-based restaurant chain, plans to start building its second Treasure Valley eatery this fall in the Meridian Crossroads center at Eagle Road and Fairview Avenue. Randy Crawford, regional director for Johnny Carino’s, said construction ...

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Commentary: Defragmenting files can give lethargic PC a boost (access required)

It’s very possible that your computer needs a good file clerk. In many organizations, work would almost grind to a halt without the file clerk. When daily tasks require documents to be removed from their files, it is a major ...

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Medical, professional offices slated on Overland, Emerald (access required)

Marty Camberlango has begun construction of a six-building office condominium project on Overland Road, and plans a medical office building of 5,000 square feet on Emerald Street near St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center. “We’re seeing a big demand for medical ...

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Givens Pursley law firm plans $1 million rehab (access required)

Law firm Givens Pursley LLP plans a $1 million-plus remodel of its downtown Boise office building at Sixth and Bannock streets starting in November and planned for completion in late February. Managing Partner Ken Pursley, 62, said last week that ...

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No job growth foreseen for Idaho this year (access required)

Idaho’s economy took a bigger hit last year than analysts first realized, dropping about 3,000 high-tech jobs and limiting the state’s total non-farm employment growth in 2001 to 1.5 percent, new data indicate. As a result, the state will show ...

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Extended lays off 12, plans to hire others (access required)

Extended Systems Inc. laid off 12 employees at its Boise headquarters last week, but said it plans to hire people in different roles soon.The Boise provider of mobile information management and wireless connectivity software (Nasdaq:XTND), said it laid off employees ...

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