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Empire inks street-level tenant (access required)

The ground floor of Boise’s historic Empire Building, vacant for more than two years, is getting a tenant.The Milky Way, a 2-year-old fine-dining restaurant in downtown Boise, plans to relocate by September to a larger ground-level space in the Empire, ...

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Micron loses $215 million but beats Street (access required)

Micron Technology Inc. lost $214.9 million, or 36 cents per share, in the quarter ended May 29, compared to a loss of $24.2 million or 4 cents a share a year earlier, but the results were better than expected by ...

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Records-storage business takes ex-Bekins Boise site (access required)

The former Bekins Moving & Storage Co. facility on the south side of downtown Boise recently became home to a records storage and management company, which plans a remodeling project. Idaho Records Management, which employs three, moved in last month. ...

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Developer pitches idea of building new ski resort in Idaho (access required)

For 20 years, Idaho real estate agents rolled their eyes as one developer after another trotted out plans for a blockbuster four-season resort overlooking Lake Cascade. Last week, those agents snapped to attention as officials from Tamarack Resort went public ...

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Bodily RV expands in new building in Meridian (access required)

Construction has started on a long-planned Bodily RV dealership southwest of the Meridian Road interchange with Interstate 84. The company will move its Meridian dealership from South Main Street just north of the interchange by early next year, owner Gary ...

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Now Disc Optical Media seeks school-yearbook market (access required)

A Boise technology company sees the digital video disc as the wave of the future for high school yearbook staffs. Now Disc Optical Media Solutions, a supplier of CD and DVD duplication and digital media services, recently introduced School Reflections, ...

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Meridian leads region in home-resale numbers in first quarter (access required)

Meridian led the region in sales of existing homes in the first quarter, a study by Re/Max International says. Meridian produced the most existing-home sales, or resales, among 51 ZIP codes in parts of southwestern Idaho and eastern Oregon, Re/Max’s ...

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Youth Ranch aims at larger shelter (access required)

Idaho Youth Ranch plans to build a larger Hays Shelter Home in Boise. The nonprofit organization, which works with troubled children and offers adoption programs and family counseling, is raising funds to construct a $968,000, 7,100-square-foot facility on a 1.75-acre ...

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Commentary: Guarding against disaster in cell-phone land (access required)

My son was in deep despair the other day. He had let the battery of his cell phone discharge completely, and his entire contact list was gone. For him, this was not a trivial matter. He does not use a ...

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Micro and 'nano' topics to be aired at events (access required)

Micro and “nano” applications in science, electronics manufacturing and other areas will be discussed in two upcoming events in the Treasure Valley. The Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers plans to hold its biannual Electron Devices Society symposium June 29 ...

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