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Albertsons sued for $1 billion over grocery deal

The small grocery chain Haggen is suing the Boise-based Albertsons for more than $1 billion, alleging the supermarket giant engaged in efforts to eliminate it as a viable competitor in five states. The lawsuit, filed Sept. 1 in federal court ...

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TitleOne acquires Sun Valley Title Company (access required)

The Boise-based TitleOne has acquired Sun Valley Title Company. “This is just another step in our strategy to become a regional, independent title agent,” TitleOne CEO Mark Tidd said of the Aug. 31 move. The 20-year-old Sun Valley Title Company ...

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Demolition starts at Dunkley Music

Demolition of the Dunkley Music building in downtown Boise started Sept. 2 to make way for a 10-story Marriott Residence Inn hotel that should open in about 18 to 20 months. Demolition work should take about two to three weeks, ...

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The Cottages brings an assisted living home to Hailey (access required)

Eagle-based The Cottages has started construction in Hailey on its first new assisted living and memory care center since 2009 after a building spree across southwestern Idaho in the 2000s. The Sun Valley will get the largest The Cottages facility ...

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Meridian hotel/theater project has no takers (access required)

Meridian leaders are regrouping after no developer proposals came in for an ambitious performing arts center- hotel-conference center complex on the blocks adjacent to City Hall. The Aug. 31 deadline for a request for proposals brought no responses. Meridian had ...

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Broadway merge lane closes between Myrtle and the bridge (access required)

Most of the merge lane from Myrtle to southbound Broadway closed to vehicle traffic on Aug. 31 for utility relocation work in advance of the Broadway Bridge replacement project, the Idaho Transportation Department reported. The adjacent sidewalk from Myrtle to ...

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West Ada opens computer science magnet school

Sophomore Chris Johnson smiled in what he said is “by far my favorite class” at Centennial High School.  He is a four-year track to earn a computer programing certification so he’ll be instantly employable when he graduates. “I love computers,” ...

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