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Comfort Suites due at I-84, Eagle Road (access required)

A 77-room Comfort Suites hotel is planned northwest of the Eagle Road-Interstate 84 interchange, on Allen Street next to Holiday Inn Express & Suites. Eagle resident Kanti Patel is president of the limited-liability company that will own Comfort Suites. He ...

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Atkinsons’ Market buys Valley Market in Bellevue (access required)

Atkinsons’ Market, which operates grocery stores in Ketchum and Hailey, has purchased Valley Market in Bellevue, giving the Ketchum-based company outlets in all three sizeable communities in the Wood River Valley. The 26,000-square-foot Valley Market, opened in 1996, was purchased ...

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Moving Boise synagogue slated for fall (access required)

After six years of planning and fund-raising, site preparation has begun on the parcel that will be home to Boise’s new – and old – Jewish congregation buildings. The historic Congregation Ahavath Beth Israel synagogue, a 108-year-old structure on the ...

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Idaho gets more clout in overseeing mortgage firms (access required)

Changes to the Idaho Residential Mortgage Practices Act give the state greater licensing and enforcement authority and allow mortgage businesses to streamline operations. House Bill 28, which takes effect July 1, refers to the federal Truth in Lending Act and ...

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Alliance Title consolidates in Emerald Street building (access required)

Alliance Title & Escrow Corp. has consolidated operations in a recently remodeled building of 8,500 square feet at the southwest corner of Rifleman and Emerald streets. The firm’s escrow and transaction-closing services moved from smaller quarters at 8385 W. Emerald ...

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Boise Group Homes building planned on Ustick (access required)

A Boise man plans to build an office building for a non-profit, disabilities-training center in west Boise this summer. According to plans submitted to the City of Boise, Richard Davis is seeking a conditional use permit to construct a one-story, ...

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Commentary: Internet has many useful weather-related sites (access required)

We once had a large, table-top FM radio that made my wife believe in ghosts. When a severe-weather alert was issued by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, this radio would turn itself on at full volume so everyone within ...

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Health-career academy plans 2nd Valley school in Nampa (access required)

The Academy of Professional Careers, which began offering accelerated training for certain health-care jobs in Boise two years ago, plans to open its second Treasure Valley unit. The Academy recently leased 9,347 square feet of space in a west Nampa ...

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Nampa's MPC Computers plows steadily through IT slump (access required)

Despite a seemingly endless IT slump, MPC Computers continues to make money for its owner, Gores Technology Group, and continues to employ about 1,000 people in Nampa. While some other high-tech companies – notably Zilog Inc. and Jabil Circuit – ...

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Lodge Logs Homes to double manufacturing capacity, build new corp. office (access required)

Lodge Log Homes, a Boise company that makes log-home kits, plans to double its manufacturing capacity and build a new corporate office. Owner Dan Balbach expects the company’s new plant, under development on Yamhill Road, to operate at nearly full ...

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