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New office building in early planning for River Road (access required)

A company called ISS River Partners has proposed to build a six-story office building at 13th Street and River Road. ISS River Partners is seeking a conditional use permit from the Boise Planning & Zoning Commission for a 15,639-square foot ...

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Gayle Manufacturing will move HQ from California to Caldwell (access required)

Gayle Manufacturing Co. will move its headquarters to Caldwell from northern California and build a a new steel fabrication manufacturing facility, a $25 million capital expenditure that will employ more than 70 employees within the first year. Gayle is receiving ...

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City Center Plaza work now is under Main Street (access required)

The 25-foot pit for City Center Plaza was dug last fall, but right now nearly all the construction attention is focused on what will be under Main Street when the $75 million nine-story office building, retail center and bus station ...

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Mountain States Group changes name to Jannus (access required)

The Boise-based Mountain States Group, a nonprofit organization that helps Idaho individuals and families, has changed its name to Jannus. Executive Director Karan Tucker said the name change was prompted by the offer of assistance from the American Institute of ...

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Meridian lumber mill is closing (access required)

Plum Creek Timber Co. is closing its lumber remanufacturing mill in Meridian at the end of March, resulting in the loss of 61 jobs. The mill is closing because one of the mill’s customers decided not to renew its contract ...

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A word with Denise Dunlap of the TECenter (access required)

Denise Dunlap is the executive director of the Technology and Entrepreneurial Center, or the TECenter, a 12-year-old Nampa-based program that offers light manufacturing space and offices to new companies. It’s part of the Idaho Small Business Development Center, and has ...

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OSHA fines Caldwell’s Superior Steel in forklift death (access required)

OSHA has proposed fining Superior Steel Products in Caldwell $38,780 for violations stemming from the Aug. 4 death of an employee in a forklift accident. U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration found Superior Steel “did not protect ...

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Albertsons-Safeway merger completed

Albertsons and Safeway grocery stores are now a combined grocery store chain with 2,230 stores in 34 states and Washington, D.C. The merger, announced in March 2014, was approved by the Federal Trade Commission on Jan. 27. The chain has ...

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