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Treasure Valley realtors try infrared keybox (access required)

When it comes to opening the keybox on homes listed for sale, southwest Idaho real estate agents are among the first in the country to use an infrared beam. Members of Boise-based Intermountain Multiple Listing Service installed the Supra iBox ...

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Micron Technology CEO sees better days ahead (access required)

Though “the market has been so difficult” in 2002, Micron Technology Inc. maintains a positive outlook long-term, President and CEO Steve Appleton told people who attended the annual shareholders meeting Nov. 26. “Even though we have faced challenges historically, we ...

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Treasure Valley landscaping firms begin holiday decorating (access required)

Despite the onset of frost and wintry weather, several Treasure Valley landscaping firms manage to stay busy by designing and installing holiday decorations for business, retail and residential customers. Working with the Boise Parks and Recreation Department, Pro Care Landscape ...

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Just Toast eatery planned for downtown Boise (access required)

A Boise family is betting that its new downtown Boise venture will satisfy hordes of hungry meal seekers in search of … toast. Just Toast, a 1,286-square-foot, 20-seat eatery planned near the corner of Eighth and Idaho streets, was to ...

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Micron stock outlook? Depends on economic weather next year (access required)

A strengthening economy – and other unpredictable factors – could lead Micron Technology Inc. stock (NYSE:MU) higher next year, several analysts and investment advisors said last week. Sherry Garber, senior vice president at Semico Research, Phoenix, said Micron remains poised ...

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Ex-Kalbus Office Supply Bldg. renovated by new owners (access required)

Vacant for several years, the former Kalbus Office Supply Building in downtown Nampa has a new look, an old name and some new tenants. A restaurant and microbrewery called Firehouse Grill is planned on the first floor and mezzanine, and ...

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Boise fitness centers brace for challenge from Gold's Gym (access required)

Boise-area fitness centers say there’s still plenty of clientele to go around – even as national chain Gold’s Gym prepares to open two more health clubs in a Valley with more than 20 fitness facilities. Venice, Calif.-based Gold’s announced late ...

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Reilly Health Services plans clinic in Melba (access required)

Terry Reilly Health Services plans to start building a 3,500-square foot medical clinic by the end of this month at Second and Broadway streets in Melba. Demand has been strong at Terry Reilly Family Clinic since it opened in June, ...

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Boise construction improves in October (access required)

Several construction statistics posted year-to-year gains in October in Boise, pumping life into a sector that has generally seen sharp declines in the past year. The Boise City Construction Report for October showed gains from October 2001 in total construction ...

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Mixed use development planned for Pine Ave., Eagle Road in Meridian (access required)

Retail and office buildings are planned on 11 acres at the northeast corner of Eagle Road and Pine Avenue in eastern Meridian. Rocky Mountain Management aims to start construction in the early spring, said Andy Simonds, vice-president of real estate ...

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