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Ice rink planned in downtown Nampa (access required)

Developer Laurel MacKinnon plans to open an outdoor ice skating rink in her downtown Nampa development, the Belle District. The MacKinnon Group plans to build a 9,100-square-foot skating rink, Nampa Ice Factory, and a themed restaurant and special event room ...

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The future of journalism? (access required)

I’ve seen stories on the South Korean Web site OhmyNews in several places recently. The site was founded in 2000 by Oh Yeon-ho, an investigative journalist who was fed up with traditional media. (Sound familiar?) Oh wanted to make professional ...

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Correction (access required)

A June 11 IBR story on an Anthropologie store planned in downtown Boise’s Block 44 incorrectly referred to an existing tenant on the block as the “Lux on 9th,” as printed on a release from the property owner. The tenant ...

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Boise Greenbelt temporarily closed (access required)

It couldn’t have happened on a nicer day. The Boise Greenbelt is closed between the Idaho State Parks headquarters on Warm Springs Avenue and the Highway 21 High-Bridge. According to a statement issued by the Ada County Parks and Waterways ...

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Mark Rivers proposes Water Cooler business incubator at 14th, Idaho (access required)

Capital City Development Corp.’s Board of Directors expressed support last week for Mark Rivers’ proposal for The Water Cooler, a business incubator. Rivers asked CCDC to lease him the 7,500-square-foot former Boise Heating and Cooling building at 14th and Idaho ...

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Evergreen Engineering opens Boise office – Construction Review (access required)

Headquartered in Eugene, Ore., Evergreen Engineering has expanded its engineering and construction services into Boise, Idaho, with an office space located at 250 Bobwhite Court, Suite 340. “We recognize the technical needs of our clients, and we’ve strategically opened a ...

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North Dakota gets potato deal with Cuba (access required)

For all the excitement Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter’s trip to Cuba generated, Idaho didn’t get a whole lot out of it. The trip cost taxpayers $17,550, but the only trade deals the state got were a $100,000 contract to ship ...

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