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Kayak firm to build bigger headquarters (access required)

Inflatable watercraft maker AIRE Inc. will leave Garden City for bigger quarters in Meridian by year’s end.The company – whose name is an acronym for Argonaut Inflatable Research & Engineering – plans to construct a 50,000-square-foot building – plus a ...

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Bank, two buildings planned for southeast Boise (access required)

A Utah-based partnership plans to build a three-building commercial complex on Apple Street in southeast Boise – including a Washington Mutual Bank branch – near Carriage Crossing Apartments.Plans filed with Boise City Development Services indicate Carriage Crossing Shopping Center would ...

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Pancake House plans new building (access required)

MC CALL – The Pancake House is about to build a new home.A planned 8,100-square-foot building is slated to replace the much smaller converted house the breakfast and lunch eatery has occupied for decades on the east side of Idaho ...

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W. States buys Montana firm (access required)

Western States Equipment, Meridian, recently purchased the operating assets of Long Machinery, a Caterpillar heavy equipment dealer headquartered in Missoula.Long Machinery, in business 21 years, has branch locations in Lewiston as well as Missoula and Kalispell.Western States will assume parts, ...

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Transition team begins work on high tech merger (access required)

A 30-person transition team has started working toward integrating Boise-based Extended Systems Inc. into buyer Palm Inc.Palm announced early in March its plan to acquire Extended Systems for $264 million in stock – mainly so personal-digital-assistant maker Palm could establish ...

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Columbia Village to get 56-unit assisted complex (access required)

A Boise group plans construction of an assisted-living center in the Columbia Village development in southeast Boise.Fifty-six residential units for seniors are to be part of the first phase of the complex planned on East Grand Forest Drive at South ...

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Boise to build new fire station (access required)

The City of Boise plans to build its 15th fire station in west Boise on Gary Lane by the summer of 2002.The single-story, 8,500-square-foot station is to be built on a half-acre parcel south of Lamplighter Street. Construction is expected ...

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Speaker shares tips on successful entrepreneurism (access required)

Palm Inc.’s purchase of Extended Systems Inc., Boise, makes sense even in an economic downturn because the future of high-tech is in devices such as Palm Pilots, said Ray Smelek, chairman of Extended’s board.He commented following an address to students ...

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Boise claims the sixth-fastest growing radio market in the nation (access required)

Radio in the Treasure Valley is on a roll, with ad sales up by 25 percent last year. Sales for Journal Broadcasting Group, Minneapolis, grew by triple digits last year, said Bob Rosenthal, general manger in Boise, where Journal bought ...

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Idaho banks see long-term benefits from recent cuts in interest rates (access required)

Banks continue to emphasize customer service and a variety of products and delivery options in an increasingly competitive southwest Idaho market. Some slowing in income and profit may show up on banks’ balance sheets this year if trends in the ...

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