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Event details how to achieve success as an independent (access required)

Thinking of starting a business so you can be independent? Think again. Starting, maintaining and growing a business means working closely with a self-assembled team of bankers, lawyers, accountants and even people who operate similar businesses. That was the advice ...

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Roundup, Bids and Contracts (access required)

BID BRIEFS Weiser Water Reservoir No. 3 improvements are planned. Plans are available from Michael Holladay, Holladay Engineering, 32 N. Main St., Payette, Idaho 83661. A bid opening for engineering services is scheduled for 11 a.m. Nov. 27. Cost not ...

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Q & A with HP’s Nor Rae Spohn (access required)

Nor Rae Spohn is a group vice president and general manager at Hewlett-Packard in Boise. As a manager in the LaserJet division, Spohn helped launch the company’s first personal LaserJet printer. She has technology degrees from Iowa State University and ...

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Permits (access required)

BUILDING PERMITS CITY OF BOISE PERMIT/TYPE OWNER BUILDER LOCATION VALUE 02350-tenant improvement Moneytree Baker Const. 7425 W. Saxton Dr. 157,400 02184-TI, Statehouse Inn Cameron S-Sixteen Hospitality LLC Gordon Smith Homes 981 W. Grove St. 37,500 03027-tenant improvement Orchard Condominiums Orchards ...

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Motor business not old school for priest electric (access required)

It’s an old-line, industrial business that’s implementing several cutting-edge trends. And that’s just fine with Earl Priest. Priest Electric, on Simplot Boulevard in Caldwell, has broadened its services beyond traditional rewinding and repair of electric motors. “With the growth that ...

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Vista businesses form neighborhood group (access required)

Business owners on Vista Avenue in Boise are trying to form an association to improve the Vista corridor and increase awareness of the businesses along it. The first meeting was scheduled for 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 21 at the Vista ...

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