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Idaho’s Ada County apartment vacancy rates drop slightly (access required)

Ada County apartment vacancy rates dropped in the most recent quarter, but stayed at double-digit percentage rates and well above levels considered a balance between supply and demand. The apartment market still reflects a sluggish job market, loss of tenants ...

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Boise-based IEC Group and AmeriBen Solutions plan move to Meridian’s SilverStone Corporate Center (access required)

IEC Group and AmeriBen Solutions, which provide management consulting services and administer employee benefits plans, aim to move from southeast Boise to a building under construction south of Interstate 84 in Meridian around Sept. 15. General contractor Petra Inc. is ...

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WaMu Home Loan unit to move, grow (access required)

The Washington Mutual Home Loan Division has leased new Treasure Valley quarters. The division leased a space of about 4,600 square feet in the Silverstone Point building, constructed recently in the Silverstone Corporate Center in the southeast quadrant of Overland ...

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Idaho Independent Bank net rises 30% in 1st half (access required)

Idaho Independent Bank reported a 30 percent increase in net income through the first half of the year, compared to mid-2002 figures. The bank logged $2,417,184 in net income through June 30. Total loans, including loans held for sale, increased ...

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Hansen-Rice lands contract to build distribution center (access required)

Nampa-based Hansen-Rice Inc. has been awarded a contract to build a distribution center for Wal-Mart Stores Inc. in Grandview, Wash. The 880,000-square-foot food distribution center for is on a fast-track schedule for completion in less than five months. Hansen-Rice, which ...

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Idaho Manufacturing Conference is slated (access required)

The 2003 Idaho Manufacturing Conference is slated Sept. 8-9 at Boise Centre on the Grove. TechHelp, which is based at Boise State University and consults with manufacturers around Idaho from four offices, will present the conference, themed “Getting Ahead.” John ...

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Albertsons President Lynch quits (access required)

Albertsons Inc. announced last week that Peter L. Lynch has resigned as president, chief operating officer and director, to pursue other interests. Larry Johnston, Albertsons chairman and CEO, will assume the additional responsibilities of president, the company announced July 24. ...

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TableRock BrewPub & Grill plans revamp, expansion (access required)

TableRock Brewpub & Grill on Capitol Boulevard, which dates from 1991, plans to remodel and expand over the next year, adding an espresso shop and a rooftop eatery. TableRock owner Mike Fitzgerald said the project is planned in view of ...

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Caldwell to get archery pro shop (access required)

Longtime bowhunter and competition archer Dave Priest is targeting the Caldwell market. He recently opened Archery Addiction and Sportsman Supply, an archery pro shop and indoor range, on Cleveland Boulevard west of Linden Street. He expects to finalize his product ...

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