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Commentary: Slamming the door on spammers — it’s possible (access required)

I like the word schadenfreude. It’s a German word for satisfaction that derived from the misery of others. (Schaden = sorrow; Freude = joy.) Schadenfreude precisely describes my feelings when I read recently in the Wall Street Journal about attacks ...

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Qwest Communuications Inc. announces new pricing for Idaho long-distance service (access required)

Qwest Communications Inc. has announced new pricing for the long-distance service it offers to Idaho residential and small-business customers. For small businesses, the Qwest Long Distance Advantage program “offers small businesses great long-distance rates based on term commitments and the ...

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Boise Moose Lodge relocating to Calderwood Business Center (access required)

Construction is expected to start in mid-June on new quarters for the Boise Moose Lodge and an office/retail building in the Caldwerwood Business Center at the southwest corner of Overland and Maple Grove roads. Planned are a 3,240-square-foot Moose Lodge ...

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Commercial bldgs., Asian eatery planned on Ustick Ave. in Boise (access required)

A Boise developer is seeking conditional-use approval from the city to build three commercial buildings, including an Asian restaurant, on a 7-acre parcel on Ustick Road. Ron Sargent, a partner in development entity Nokomis LLC, hopes to build the single-story ...

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Ada County golf country clubs find fairways attract tax assessor (access required)

Golf’s an expensive sport: Just ask course owners in Ada County as they receive their new tax-valuation notices in the mail. Increases of 20 percent, 30 percent, and more are common in Ada County this year as golf course owners ...

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SignsInk: Established firm’s way of tapping digital demand (access required)

Demand for digital printing is on the rise, and several Boise companies have risen to the occasion. SignsInk LLC serves a growing segment of the sign trade: digital, full-color graphics that are high-resolution and, in many cases, large, said Manager ...

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Light-industrial park planned south of Nampa’s Franklin interchange (access required)

An industrial park designed primarily for light-industrial uses has been proposed south of the Franklin Road interchange with Interstate 84 in Nampa. The 30-acre Mason Creek Plaza site lies about a half-mile south of I-84, on the east side of ...

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‘Babies’ unit of Toys ‘R’ Us planned in Meridian (access required)

Babies “R” Us, a unit of Toys “R” Us, recently applied for a building permit for a store in the Meridian Crossroads shopping center, at the southeast corner of Fairview Avenue and Eagle Road. If approved, the 30,375-square-foot store would ...

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Holland Realty opens 5th office, expands commercial presence (access required)

Holland Realty has opened a fifth Treasure Valley office near downtown Boise and is expanding its role in commercial real estate. The company, founded in 1980 by John Holland, opened the office May 12 in a two-story, 7,600-square-foot building on ...

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Lowe’s plans store near Karcher Mall (access required)

Lowe’s Companies Inc. plans to build a 132,000-square-foot home improvement store on Nampa-Caldwell Boulevard near Karcher Mall, on the site of Producer’s Supply Co-op, which will move. A bid announcement indicated the store would be flanked by a 27,000-square-foot garden ...

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