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Base housing replacements to meet Air Force standard (access required)

Infrastructure is going in for 46 new military housing units at Mountain Home Air Force Base, in the latest phase of replacing more than 250 units on base. The $9.5 million project, on 20 acres, is the third phase of ...

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Interior designers cautious about future (access required)

For commercial interior-designers, business has been picking up since mid-June, according to Mark Heath, CEO of Business Interiors of Idaho. Heath said business is up the first half of this year, despite negative economic trends, and even though “the industry ...

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Several CEOs to attend Nat'l Gov.'s Assn. conference (access required)

When the National Governors Association holds its annual meeting in Boise this month, leaders from several major corporations will be among attendees.NGA is slated to start its four-day annual meeting Saturday, July 13. Boise Centre on the Grove will host ...

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Idacomm part of broadband deal for Four Corners region (access required)

Idacomm of Boise and FastTrack Communications, of Durango, Colo., recently formed a marketing partnership to provide businesses in the Four Corners region with data communication services for high-speed Internet, video conferencing and networking applications.Idacomm is a subsidiary of utility holding ...

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More office space planned near Mercy Medical Center (access required)

Developers of an office building planned near Mercy Medical Center in south Nampa expect strong demand from medical offices and other professional firms.Construction of a single-story office building of 10,000 square feet is expected to start within a month on ...

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Commentary: Is there a competitor for Microsoft in the future? (access required)

Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “Every revolution was first a thought in one man’s mind.”That’s exactly how the Linux revolution began.It was created in 1991 by then college student Linus Torvalds. He wanted to create an operating system for his ...

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Lien law seeks to boost protection for homeowners, buyers (access required)

A new Idaho law aims to give owners of new and remodeled homes more protection from undisclosed liens.Subcontractors who go unpaid from a general contractor often file a lien against the homeowner for the value of work or supplies. Homeowners ...

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Nearly 40-acre retirement center planned on Franklin (access required)

A retirement center with a mix of commercial and residential uses is planned for a nearly 40-acre site in Boise on the south side of Franklin Road between Allumbaugh and Cassia streets, east of Bishop Kelly High School.According to plans ...

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RidgeRun cites funding terms, soft market for closure (access required)

Boise high-tech firm RidgeRun closed in late June, citing unacceptable funding terms and a soft technology market.The company’s approximately 30 employees will not receive severance pay, officials said.Hewlett-Packard Co. executives started the company in May 2000 and moved it to ...

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Jabil Circuit Inc. posts higher earnings (access required)

Electronics contract manufacturer Jabil Circuit Inc., which operates a major plant in Meridian, last week reported net income of $20.8 million, or 10 cents per share, for the quarter ended May 31.The 11 percent increase in net income from the ...

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