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Law firm plans to move to new office in Meridian (access required)

Nampa-based law firm White Peterson aims to move its Meridian office to Generations Plaza II, a building under construction on the east side of East First Street between Idaho and Pine avenues.The law firm plans to move from the Meridian ...

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Gateway Country Store in Boise to remain open (access required)

Gateway, the nation’s No. 4 personal computer manufacturer that announced last week its plan to cut around a quarter of its worldwide work force, will not close its Boise store.The Gateway Country Store on Milwaukee Street will retain its staff ...

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Senior-citizen apartments proposed in Meridian (access required)

A complex of 72 senior-citizen apartments has been proposed on Pine Street east of Linder Road in Meridian.The Tramore Apartments project would meet strong demand for senior apartments in Meridian, say developers Thomas Development and Sunny Ridge Associates General Partnership, ...

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Long-planned Wal-Mart branch is finally approved (access required)

The long-planned, much-debated Wal-Mart at Glenwood and State streets in Garden City is a ‘go,’ but changes in the project’s site plan have pushed back an anticipated opening about seven months to summer 2002.The 202,054-square-foot “supercenter” originally was targeted to ...

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200 1-family homes planned for Fruitland (access required)

FRUITLAND – More homes – and some new office space – are slated for Fruitland in the form of the 70-acre Bishop Ranch Development.Developer Paul Knudson plans the project on the west side of U.S. 95 at Northwest 24th St. ...

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Intermountain Medical Imaging to build new site (access required)

Diagnostic radiology group Intermountain Medical Imaging has begun preparing a site north of the Eagle Road interchange with Interstate 84 for construction of a 16,000-square-foot building.It will serve as the second clinic for IMI, which opened at Ninth and Myrtle ...

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SCP Global Technology cuts workforce to 650 (access required)

SCP Global Technologies, a Boise-based supplier of semiconductor processing equipment, last week laid off 152 people, reducing its workforce to 652 due to the technology slump. The company, in a statement, said the 152 layoffs were less than a previously ...

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Cypress Semiconductor Corp. to buy Boise tech. co. (access required)

In-System Design Inc. President Lynn Watson says the company’s forthcoming acquisition by Cypress Semiconductor Corp. “will enable us to move into new markets and technologies.”He added that Cypress “will further establish the Treasure Valley as a major player in the ...

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Eagle Concrete Pumping moves to Meridian (access required)

Eagle Concrete Pumping expects to move into a new building in Meridian in early September.Construction is concluding on a 4,100-square-foot building of tilt-up concrete construction on East King Street near Franklin Road, in Meridian Business Park.The building, on about 3/4-acre, ...

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Small Business Survival Committee rates Idaho on entrepreneurship (access required)

Several business-advocacy groups question the validity of a recent survey ranking Idaho’s business climate 26th in the nation. The Small Business Survival Committee’s sixth annual Small Business Survival Index rated states based on their entrepreneurship and policy climates. Ratings reflected ...

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