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Fresca tortillas take on the world (access required)

A Boise company is shipping its frozen tortillas around the world. Frozen may not be the way most folks think about tortillas, but that’s how Fresca Mexican Foods, which has an 82,000-square-foot plant in Boise, can ship them to restaurant ...

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The year in review: Some top business stories from 2014 (access required)

January Involta to build second data center in Boise Involta will open a new $10.5 million data center in southwest Boise by the end of the year. Involta, based in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, announced that St. Luke’s Health System and ...

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When crisis hits salon, competitor steps in to help (access required)

Cesil and Kar Raphino were cutting hair late the night of Nov. 26. It was after 10 p.m. Many nights they cut until 11, midnight, even 2 a.m. Broadway Park was a late-night sort of shopping center. Domino’s Pizza was ...

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Expert shares what it takes to fit cars, bikes and peds on city streets (access required)

Traffic officials across the country wrestle with the increasing popularity of bicycling and walking on street systems that were designed almost exclusively for cars. Portland and New York City have experimented with adding bike lanes and improving street crossings while ...

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A word with Kelly Parker of Create Common Good (access required)

Kelly Parker is director of community engagement and sales at Create Common Good, a nonprofit started in 2008 by entrepreneur Tara Russell that has grown into a job-training operation with an annual budget of $1.2 million. The Boise-based CCG includes ...

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New agreement for architects is aimed at international work (access required)

A new agreement reached between the architectural regulatory authorities of the United States, Canada and Mexico is aimed at making it easier for architects to work across North American borders. The agreement was made between the National Council of Architectural ...

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The year in review: Some top construction stories from 2014 (access required)

January GBAD to expand into new Gardner buildings The Greater Boise Auditorium District announced Jan. 30 it will expand its existing Boise Centre convention and meeting space. Developer Gardner Company plans to build a 15,000-square-foot ballroom and 7,000-square-foot commercial kitchen ...

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