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Bid Briefs (access required)

Bids are to be opened at 3 p.m. June 20 to re-roof the Highland High School gym in Craigmont. Plans are available from Design West Architects, Chelsea Holstad, administrative assistant, 254 E. Main St., Pullman, Wash. 99163. Cost not listed. ...

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Idaho companies see opportunity in Albertsons sale (access required)

By Brad Carlson IDAHO BUSINESS REVIEW Jerome Eberharter, founder and CEO of of White Cloud Mountain in Garden City, sees challenge and opportunity now that Albertsons grocery stores have new owners. Supervalu Inc. acquired Albertsons’ better-performing stores – including all ...

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NARI – a plus for businesses, homeowners (access required)

Membership in NARI of Idaho means more than just a social get-together. The group’s primary purpose is to promote professionalism in the industry. Remodelers make up 70 percent of the 106-member National Association of the Remodeling Industry’s area chapter. Suppliers ...

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Round Up (access required)

Production Services International, an event staging company, leased 21,800 square feet in the Kendall Center, 5329 Kendall St., Boise. Curtis Hitchcock and Scott Hurt of Grubb & Ellis Idaho Commercial Group brokered the transaction. Seagle III purchased 3.21 acres at ...

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Contracts Awarded (access required)

Double L Construction, Boise, was awarded a contract for a building renovation and expansion for Dykman Electrical at 2323 S. Federal Way, Boise. Cost estimate: $300,000. Food Service Concepts Inc., Phoenix, is the owner and general contractor for site work ...

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Classic Nampa theater gets new benefactors (access required)

The Majestic Entertainment Foundation is trying to raise $3 million to resurrect a 60-year-old Nampa theater. If Foundation volunteers raises enough funds, they intend to rename the 60-year-old Nampa movie house The Pix Theater, which closed four years ago. “The ...

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Business Briefs (5179) (access required)

Stoel Rives to host renewable energy teleconference Stoel Rives will hold its monthly renewable energy teleconference on May 17, with a discussion of how top companies like BP and Alcoa are using renewable energy to increase efficiency. The teleconference, produced ...

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People (5182) (access required)

Kempthorne selects Zabala for board of Health Facilities org. Tom Zabala has been appointed by Gov. Dirk Kempthorne to serve on the board of directors of the Idaho Health Facilities Authority. Zabala is a founding principal of ZGA Architects & ...

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People (access required)

Jeff Manick named head of Macy’s NW SEATTLE – Macy’s Northwest has promoted Jeff Manick to senior vice president / director of stores. Manick began his retail career in 1984 as an executive trainee for Macy’s West. He worked as ...

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