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St. Luke’s remodels Meridian rehabilitation unit (access required)

St. Luke’s has started a $200,000-plus addition and remodel of its Idaho Elks Rehabilitation unit in Meridian, slated for completion in February. Julie Carmine, a St. Luke’s public relations officer, said last week that the work will add 883 square ...

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Mexican restaurant chain Baja Fresh tries Idaho (access required)

Baja Fresh, a Thousand Oaks, Calif.-based Mexican restaurant chain, has commenced construction of its first two Idaho eateries, in Boise and Meridian – slated for opening in December. Southern Idaho franchisees Scott and Teresa Hatter are building the restaurants in ...

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Commentary: Now, color laser printers below $1,000 (access required)

Nowadays, color printing is almost essential in an office setting. Who would think of printing flyers and other promotional materials in plain black and white anymore? Color also adds professionalism to letterhead, business cards and even invoices. Presentations, charts, tables ...

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Ada apartment vacancy rate drops (access required)

Average vacancy in Ada County apartment complexes dropped in the latest quarter but remains above year-ago levels, a late-October survey indicates. Ada Real Estate Surveys pegged average vacancy at 7.9 percent, down from 8.8 percent at the end of July ...

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Idaho ITEC technology show slated for Nov. 19-20 (access required)

K.C. Choi, director of solutions architecture for Hewlett-Packard Co.’s Western region, is slated to deliver the keynote address at the third annual Idaho ITEC technology show Nov. 19-20 at the Boise Centre on the Grove. Choi plans to deliver an ...

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MeTime Coffeehouse to open near Harris Ranch subdivision (access required)

MeTime Coffeehouse, an independently owned and operated coffee and espresso shop, plans a mid-December opening in the Mill Station building near the entrance to the Harris Ranch subdivision at Warm Springs Avenue and Eckert Road. Owners Beth and Mike Alpaugh, ...

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State sees 'tepid' '03 growth on top of 1% job drop in '02 (access required)

Tepid would seem to be the watchword for Idaho’s economy in the year ahead. The state’s new Economic Forecast projects job growth of 1.5 percent next year, but coming on top of an estimated 1 percent decrease this year it ...

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Garnet power plant lacks financing (access required)

Ida-West Energy told state regulators last week that it has not been able to find acceptable financing for the 270-megawatt Garnet natural-gas power plant it proposes near Middleton. The announcement to the Idaho Public Utilities Commission signaled that Idaho Power ...

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Farmers & Merchants State Bank seeks land swap with Meridian (access required)

Farmers & Merchants State Bank has proposed a land exchange with the City of Meridian to accommodate future construction of a larger branch office downtown. The bank operates a branch office at the northwest corner of Main Street and Broadway ...

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Meat store to reopen in North Channel center in Eagle (access required)

The Porterhouse, a retail meat store in Eagle, is to reopen later this month in the North Channel center at Riverside Drive and Eagle Road, near a Hilton Garden Inn under construction. Owner and Meridian resident Dave Faulk, who opened ...

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