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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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More buildings planned at Blackeagle, SilverStone complexes (access required)

The Sundance Co. plans to construct more than 175,000 square feet of building space at its SilverStone Corporate Center in Meridian and Blackeagle Center in Boise next year. Boise-based Sundance also plans to continue a stepped-up marketing program to increase ...

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Butt Furr branches out to England with sales office (access required)

Butt Furr, a Garden City-based supplier of boldly colored and animal-patterned clothing and accessory items, has opened an office in England. Dave Zemlicka, Butt Furr managing partner, said the 13-year-old company opened the European sales and distribution office – called ...

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Zions Bank business index rises in November (access required)

The Zions Bank Small Business Index for Idaho rose to 82.1 in November from a revised 79.5 in October. The Idaho unemployment rate-the most heavily weighted component, was estimated at 5.8 percent in November, compared to 5.5% percent in October ...

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Costco’s Cole Road widening project advances (access required)

Traffic should open up a bit more near the end of January for travelers using South Cole Road near the site of the new Costco store going in, according to Bob Brazier, project manager for general contractor Ferguson Construction of ...

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Speaker at Associated Taxpayers of Idaho against raising taxes (access required)

Raising taxes to shore up sagging budgets will harm states long-term, the spokesman for a Washington, D.C.-based tax-policy watchdog group said in Boise last week. Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge told an audience at the Associated Taxpayers of Idaho’s 56th ...

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Commentary: Data backups – too critical to farm out (access required)

It may not be snake oil, but there is a sales pitch going around in Boise that you should watch out for. It relates to a fundamentally important aspect of owning a computer system – data backups. Certainly, there are ...

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Idahoans develop hardwood pinochle board (access required)

What started as a darts-on-cribbage-board attempt to keep score has turned into a product called the hardwood Pinochle ScoreTrack. Siblings Don and Brian Benedict, and Diane Benedict-Stephens – an entrepreneur, engineer and accountant, respectively – formed ScoreTrack Inc. and rolled ...

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Boise couple brings independent book selling back to Main street (access required)

Two years after the closure of downtown Boise’s Book Shop, a Boise couple has brought independent book selling back to the same spot – this time combined with board games. Sean Ahern and his fiancée Adrian Pauw opened Book & ...

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