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Nampa gonna get the blues (access required)

Nampa may not be known as a funky town, but it’s getting the blues.A Nampa couple plans to open Kat’s House of Blues in a former carpet store on 13th Avenue South, between First and Second Street South roads, in ...

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Extended Systems Inc.'s declining losses buoy stock (access required)

Stock in Extended Systems Inc. rose significantly last week after the Boise-based software company reported quarterly results. The company’s net loss of $648,000 or 5 cents per share, for the quarter ended March 31 was higher than the year-earlier loss ...

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Commentary: Tips for keeping your personal files private (access required)

A fellow called me in a panic the other day. His employment had been terminated abruptly the day before, and he wanted us to remove certain things from his work computer. He couldn’t do it because he obviously no longer ...

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The Winder Co. moves to west side of downtown Boise (access required)

The Winder Co., a commercial real estate brokerage, recently renovated and occupied a building on the west side of downtown Boise. The firm moved April 1 from the Wells Fargo Center at Ninth and Main streets to a building of ...

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Boise Chamber of Commerce trade show, awards slated May 28 (access required)

More than 60 exhibitors are expected to participate in the Boise Chamber of Commerce’s annual Metro Expo spring show, slated May 28 at the DoubleTree Hotel Riverside. For the second year, the Chamber is combining the trade show with its ...

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Leaping from Burley to Boise, Evans Bank grows (access required)

When Burley-based D.L. Evans Bank opened its first Boise branch in May 2000, the idea was to tap opportunities in the growing Treasure Valley and diversify a historically agriculture-heavy loan portfolio In 2002, assets increased by about 25 percent bank-wide ...

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Nyssa-based ag group plans to add value to produce (access required)

With potato prices improving after “five very bad years” and onion prices “up and down,” agriculture veteran Bob Doughty is launching an ambitious plan to add value. Four separate companies, at least three different locations, and as many as 225 ...

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Sanitary Services, Meridian's trash collector, to build new quarters (access required)

The company that picks up Meridian’s solid waste and recyclable materials plans to build larger quarters in response to significant population gains. Sanitary Services Co. recently purchased 14 acres on West Franklin Road in Meridian from developer and builder Ron ...

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Meridian restaurant scene includes closures, chains (access required)

If there’s one thing many Meridian restaurateurs can agree on, it’s that the city’s dining scene is in a state of flux. Meridian, with a population of nearly 40,000 according to current estimates, has about 40 restaurants, said Meridian Chamber ...

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InTouch Solutions to build in Meridian's SilverStone center (access required)

Teleconn Inc., a telecommunications equipment company that does business as inTouch Solutions, plans a new building for its Boise-area headquarters. The company acquired a site on South Titanium Place in Meridian’s SilverStone Corporate Center, where it aims to start constructing ...

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