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Paper products co. cuts costs, poised for rebound (access required)

Boise Cascade Corp., Idaho’s second-largest company in terms of sales, weathered last year’s economic storms reasonably well, and sees brighter days ahead, a corporate spokesman says.“We’re in a good position … we feel good about the way our businesses are ...

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13-building storage facility slated for W. Fairview (access required)

Plans have been filed with the City of Boise to build a 13-building storage facility on a nearly 4-acre vacant parcel on West Fairview Avenue between Wild Wood Street and Five Mile Road.The applicant, Chip Gallagher of Planned Storage LLC ...

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Rehab of Collister Shopping Center nears end (access required)

The Collister Shopping Center at Collister Drive and State Street in Boise is nearing the completion of a nearly year-long renovation by on-site owners who hope to revitalize the 40-year-old, 8.5-acre mini-mall. The renovation, estimated at about $300,000, started in ...

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Analyst: Albertson's Inc. stock will perform well (access required)

Analyst Bob Toomey believes Albertson’s Inc. stock will perform well in the next year.Toomey, a Seattle-based managing director and securities analyst with RBC Dain Rauscher, met with about 50 members of the firm’s Private Client Group at the DoubleTree Downtown ...

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Second Bolo's Pub & Eatery location planned (access required)

Bolo’s, a Treasure Valley-based pub and grillhouse, plans its second restaurant in early March at Eighth and Idaho streets in downtown Boise, formerly home to Doughty’s Bistro.Brad Bolicek, a Boise resident who opened the first Bolo’s Pub & Eatery in ...

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Farm & City Supply to add 2 area stores (access required)

Caldwell-based Farm & City Supply plans this spring to add stores in Eagle and northeast Nampa.Construction began recently on a metal building of 13,000 square feet on Franklin Road south of the Idaho Center, Nampa, company owner Carl Woodburn said. ...

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“High-end” home segment expands each year (access required)

While some high-end homes – over $300,000 – took longer to sell last year than in previous years, the upper end of the housing market continues to expand, according to Boise-area real estate professionals. Homes that sold for $300,000 or ...

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Western Electronics becomes supply-chain mgmt. co. (access required)

Western Electronics wants to do more than contract manufacturing.The Meridian company, which anchors a building of 107,000 square feet on Overland Road just west of the Meridian Road interchange with Interstate 84, recently started becoming a complete “supply-chain management” company.New ...

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Materials-testing firm Positron banks on INEEL process (access required)

A new device for detecting weakening at the molecular level could virtually eliminate uncertainty about the durability of many critical construction and mechanical components, a Boise startup company says. The technology, developed at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratories ...

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Idaho firm lands contract for Chinese dwellings (access required)

A Meridian company has contracted with a Chinese firm to be a supplier for construction of 1,100 log homes near Beijing – planned as part of an “Olympia Villas” development for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.Precision Craft Log Structures, ...

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