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D.L. Evans Bank, Bella Terra developers settle lawsuit (access required)

 D.L. Evans Bank and developers of the Bella Terra residential subdivision in Eagle have settled a lawsuit the bank filed in Ada County Fourth District Court  last July over amounts the bank said it was owed on promissory notes.  The ...

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Reports: Office rents stabilize in Boise area (access required)

Office rents stopped dropping and stabilized in the Boise area in 2011, helping buildings regain some value lost in the recession and inspiring some businesses to come off the sidelines to reserve space. Average asking rents for office space have ...

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Catching customers with vinegar and olive oil (access required)

Garden City soon will soon be home to Drizzle, a specialty balsamic vinegar and olive oil store that could follow the model of wine shops in luring shoppers away from grocery stores for a food staple. But although olive oil stores have ...

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Builders extend subdivision permits, await market change (access required)

Builder-developer requests for subdivision extensions have been increasingly common in Nampa in response to the housing slowdown.  “A lot of ground annexed in the last five to seven years was not finished into actual subdivisions in the ground,” said City ...

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Minidoka lawsuit heads to Supremes in February (access required)

In a case that pits a dairy farm feed lot against a national historic site, Idaho Supreme Court justices will decide in February whether Jerome County did its due diligence in granting a permit to a feedlot operation that would ...

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Karcher Mall extends mortgage, fields inquiries on Macy’s space (access required)

The days of 30 and 40 percent vacancy rates in Karcher Mall appear to be over for now, but owners aren’t celebrating just yet. The west Nampa mall’s official vacancy rate, 7 percent, counts the former Macy’s department store as ...

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Credit Suisse in federal court over loans to luxury resorts

Attorneys for Credit Suisse told a federal judge in Idaho that a multi-billion dollar lawsuit brought by homeowners at four resorts should be tossed out because there’s not enough factual evidence to support the claims. The lawsuit from property owners ...

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‘You want to have a unique place to call home’ (access required)

From her seat on the corner of 12th Avenue and 1st Street in downtown Nampa, Flying M Coffee Garage founder Lisa Myers can see small businesses coming and going around her at a rapid pace.  Near neighbors have closed in ...

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Billings, construction lag in western United States (access required)

  The winds of change are blowing. Talk to Dennis Cusack, managing principal for Portland architecture firm SRG Partnership Inc., and it’s almost as if he can feel it. “I think that’s one of the things that’s true of the ...

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