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Thrifty Nickel plans new Boise building (access required)

Thrifty Nickel, a free-distribution weekly newspaper featuring classified advertisements, plans to triple its Boise office space with a new building slated to start construction next spring on its half-acre parcel on West Overland Road, near Latah Street. Doug Bourkland, Thrifty ...

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Boise-based Western Truss builds new office building (access required)

Boise roof truss manufacturer Western Truss Inc. has begun construction of a new office building at its 7-acre facility on Apple Street near Federal Way. The two-story, 4,800-square-foot building, slated for completion in December, will replace a 600-square-foot structure, which ...

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Boise Research Center to get new office building (access required)

Construction of a 43,000-square-foot office building is under way at the northwest corner of Explorer Drive and LaSalle Street in the nearly completed Boise Research Center campus off at Chinden Boulevard and Cloverdale Road. The two-story Brighton Plaza building will ...

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Change orders precipitate claims against state (access required)

Contractors who completed the $50 million Flying Wye Stage 1 freeway project in west Boise late last year contend in a lawsuit that the Idaho Transportation Department owes them money. But ITD says otherwise, and a legal battle is under ...

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Thrifty Nickel plans new building (access required)

Thrifty Nickel, a free-distribution weekly newspaper featuring classified advertisements, plans to triple its Boise office space with a new building slated to start construction next spring on its half-acre parcel on West Overland Road, near Latah Street. Doug Bourkland, Thrifty ...

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AutoZone planned at Collister Center is Boise (access required)

Would-be Schuck’s challenger AutoZone Inc. plans to build its second Boise store in Collister Center on State Street in Boise by March of next year, a spokesman for the Tennessee-based auto parts chain said. The store, officially described as a ...

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Sun Valley conference to air broadband issues (access required)

Strategies for increasing broadband availability in the region are to be discussed at a two-day conference in Sun Valley. “Connect Idaho: Expanding High-Speed Telecommunications Access in the Intermountain West” is slated at Sun Valley Lodge starting with a dinner at ...

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Eagle Physical Therapy builds bigger quarters (access required)

A building to be owned and anchored by Eagle Physical Therapy is slated for completion in January on South Fitness Place in Eagle, east of Rocky Mountain Fitness & Recreation Center. Eagle Physical Therapy will occupy 2,600 square feet in ...

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Commentary: Pros, cons of application service providers (access required)

Over the last few months, readers have been providing feedback regarding the ups and downs of technology issues discussed in this column. As a response, this and future columns will present the pros and cons of specific technologies. Joining this ...

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Mountain Home Police to get new bldg. (access required)

A 10,000-square-foot building under construction on in Mountain Home will bring police administrative personnel and detectives under one roof. The building on East 8th North Street – across from the city golf course and behind Wal-Mart – is to be ...

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