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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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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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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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Commentary: Neglect leaves many computer systems vulnerable (access required)

A cyber war is coming. So warned Richard Clarke, President Bush’s special adviser on cyberspace security in a meeting of security experts last July. Clarke feels that our computer systems are vulnerable to attacks by terrorists who could possibly commandeer ...

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Lithia Ford dealership project to begin (access required)

Site work was expected to begin this week for Lithia Motors’ new Ford dealership at Fairview Avenue and Maple Grove Road in Boise. The project, which entails utilization of most of an unused building shell constructed five years ago, is ...

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81-room Comfort Suites motel planned for Boise (access required)

A Boise lodging entity plans next year to build an 81-room, three-story Comfort Suites motel on the southeast corner of Vista Avenue and Canal Street, north of Interstate 84 and the Boise Airport. Ray Patel, co-owner of Eishwarya Lakshmi Corp., ...

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Construction of Linder Crossing draws inquiry from possible tenants (access required)

Construction of Linder Crossing, a multi-tenant building designed for neighborhood service and retail businesses, is under way in western Meridian. The single-story building of 14,880 square feet is expected to be finished in early December on 2.2 acres at the ...

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'Thursdays' offers returned goods from big stores (access required)

Is there a market for new products, including electronic gear, priced at 30 to 40 percent below retail? Just maybe, and that steal-of-a-deal appeal may be heightened when the store is open only one day a week. At least, that’s ...

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Zions Bank expands Boise office (access required)

Zions Bank has expanded its downtown Boise office and retail branch in the Alexander Building at Ninth and Main streets. The bank, which moved into the building of about 8,000 square feet in the summer of 2001, recently finished remodeling ...

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Commentary: Wireless nets can be tapped by “warchalkers” (access required)

Have you noticed strange symbols written in chalk around your home or office? If you have a wireless network, you should look carefully because if you have been warchalked, it is probably not a good sign. Using a laptop with ...

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