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Senior housing complex hopes for high LEED rating (access required)

A multi-million senior housing complex in Boise hopes to receive the highest LEED rating when it comes to design and building construction. Construction of a new 53-unit complex near 12th and River Streets kicked off this month and should wrap ...

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Downtown Nampa: Focusing on new projects (access required)

It’s not difficult to detect excitement from Nampa Police Chief Bill Augsburger when he talks about the Hugh Nichols Public Safety Building that’s under construction in Nampa.   “We are bulging at the seams where we are now with people shoved out ...

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Panda Express to open in Caldwell (access required)

Panda Express will open its first restaurant in Caldwell. Caldwell Planning and Zoning Director Brian Billingsley confirmed that plans for the restaurant were submitted to the city’s planning department on July 5. They should be processed within 12 business days, ...

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Boise State to offer classes in Meridian (access required)

Boise State University will start offering courses at its new Meridian campus this fall.  The office building at 2950 Magic View Lane, near St. Luke’s, was formerly occupied by the University of Phoenix. Its eight classrooms, group work areas, resource ...

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Former grocery store to provide services in Cassia County (access required)

A former grocery store in Burley will house county offices and employees due to a space crunch in the courthouse. Cassia County Administrator Kerry McMurray said the county has purchased a 16,000-square-foot Safeway, which is next to the courthouse on South ...

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Study: New stadium would increase attendance (access required)

Boise officials must now determine if there’s enough interest to further explore the possibility of financing and building a multi-use stadium in the city. In February, the City of Boise commissioned Conventions Sports & Leisure of Minneapolis to study the ...

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Retail giant looking to open another store in Meridian (access required)

Another Walmart could be opening its door in Meridian. Meridian Deputy Planning Director Pete Friedman said the retail giant is considering a store near Overland and Stoddard Roads, just west of Lowe’s. The Queensland Acres parcel was rezoned several years ...

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Tamarack’s Boespflug in contempt for missing court date

An Idaho judge has declared the French developer of a cash-strapped Idaho ski resort in contempt for missing yet another court date on the resort’s foreclosure. Jean-Pierre Boespflug was ordered to appear in state court June 10 after missing a ...

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