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Ex-Ridley’s at Cole & Ustick to be razed (access required)

A decrepit grocery building at Evergreen Plaza at Ustick and Cole roads is to be razed soon, although the City of Boise doesn’t expect to build a branch library on the site for several years. The vacant 38,000-square-foot market, formerly ...

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Work begins in Star on 120-acre complex (access required)

Construction of a mixed-use development of 120 acres has begun on the north side of the Boise River in Star. Pinewood Lakes is to include 258 homes, a 5-acre commercial development tabbed for neighborhood services, 43 acres of park and ...

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Finalists for Idaho Woman Entrepreneur announced (access required)

Six finalists have been named for the 2003 Idaho Woman Entrepreneur of the Year award, according to Brian Hunt, publisher of the Idaho Business Review. The annual awards program, now in its fifth year, recognizes Idaho’s top women entrepreneurs. The ...

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Retail, office complex going up in Caldwell (access required)

Construction has begun on a $3 million retail and office complex, on Blaine Street near Georgia Street in Caldwell, slated for completion in November. Called The Willows, the two-story, 24,000-square-foot building is being built by Silverhawk Development of Caldwell. Silverhawk ...

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Caldwell Economic Development tabs new director (access required)

The Caldwell Economic Development Council recently named Stephen Fultz as executive director. He replaces Al Ames, who remains with the council as special projects manager. Fultz, 44, previously worked as executive director of economic development for Anderson, Ind., a city ...

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Commentary: Construction scheduling should be for real, and be documented (access required)

Major construction contracts and most public works contracts require contractors to submit and maintain schedules. Construction management training teaches that such schedules, which are created to determine the most efficient sequence of work activities, can be a beneficial tool for ...

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Boise Cascade-OfficeMax deal seen as strategic repositioning (access required)

Boise Cascade Corp’s. plan to buy OfficeMax generated some favorable reviews, and some questions about how BCC will be structured in the future, among analysts last week. BCC announced July 14 that it would acquire OfficeMax Inc. for $1.154 billion, ...

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Idaho wine lover turns passion into profession (access required)

For Trisha Elrod, wine isn’t just a passion – it’s a profession. Since 1989, the Boise woman has earned her living as a wine wholesaler, one of a dozen distributors operating in the Treasure Valley. Her accounts number about 100 ...

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