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No accounting irregularities surface among Idaho corporations (access required)

No accounting irregularities have surfaced among Idaho corporations required to certify their financial results per a recent federal directive. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ordered the chief executive officers and chief financial officers of 947 publicly traded companies, with ...

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Sushi, olive bar, wine steward planned for new gourmet supermarket (access required)

A “gourmet” grocery store is planned in part of an ex-Sav-On drugstore on Bogus Basin Road in north Boise, moving development of the planned Highlands Station service-retail center a step forward. Crane Creek Market will occupy a space of 16,300 ...

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Highlands' ex-Sav-On to get 'gourmet' grocery (access required)

A “gourmet” grocery store is planned in part of an ex-Sav-On drugstore on Bogus Basin Road in north Boise, moving development of the planned Highlands Station service-retail center a step forward.Crane Creek Market will occupy a space of 16,300 square ...

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Norco Inc. plans $8 million Nampa plant (access required)

Soon, Norco Inc. will be “harvesting the skies” for the gases it needs in its welding and medical supply business – instead of driving hundreds of miles to plants in big cities, CEO Jim Kissler said. Boise-based Norco is building ...

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Hospice providers face cost squeeze (access required)

Treasure Valley hospice operators say hospice programs fulfill a needed function in society, but are far from becoming money-making ventures due in part to a cap on Medicare reimbursement and the high cost of medications. “We have a very thin ...

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Idaho Timber stays busy in tough construction market (access required)

A new corporate office in Boise and an acquisition in Albuquerque are among recent developments for Idaho Timber Corp. Idaho Timber was slated to move its corporate office from the Kendall Center in central Boise to the Syringa Bank office ...

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City of Salmon to build business incubator (access required)

Construction of the Salmon Valley Innovation & Business Center – a business incubator designed to accommodate high-tech firms – is slated to begin in mid-September here amid the Sawtooth Mountain region. St. Anthony-based ML Technologies Inc. plans to open an ...

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Import Parts plans move to Maple Grove (access required)

Import Parts Specialists Inc., a Boise-based retailer and wholesaler of parts for European automobiles, plans to construct a new store near Maple Grove and Overland roads and relocate its business there by Jan. 1. Company President Rick Schreiber said last ...

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Salmon to build business incubator (access required)

SALMON – Construction of the Salmon Valley Innovation & Business Center – a business incubator designed to accommodate high-tech firms – is slated to begin in mid-September here amid the Sawtooth Mountain region.St. Anthony-based ML Technologies Inc. plans to open ...

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Office leasing stays slow nationwide (access required)

Office leasing markets around the U.S. remained sluggish in the second quarter as the economy languished. “With the economy producing few new jobs and financial markets experiencing extreme volatility, it is unlikely that significant new demand for office premises will ...

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