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Construction to start soon on steel plant in Caldwell (access required)

Gayle Manufacturing, a Nampa and Woodland, Calif., provider of commercial structural steel for countless Silicon Valley projects and many other major northern California structures, expects to be producing all its steel in Canyon County by 2017. Gayle has been splitting ...

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Saint Alphonsus opens medical office in Nampa (access required)

The new Saint Alphonsus Medical Office Building in Nampa started admitting specialty patients in the past month. Located next to Saint Alphonsus Health Plaza, the $13.5 million facility offers services such as rehabilitation, maternal fetal medicine, cardiology, orthopedics, and obstetrics/gynecology. ...

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Downtown sidewalks will stay the same width in Nampa (access required)

Nampa decided to stick with its existing 11-foot-wide sidewalks in its historic downtown district after weighing public input in November about installing 21-foot sidewalks and parallel parking. Business owners and other downtown stakeholders at a Nov. 12 open house resoundingly ...

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Nampa to start its own food co-op (access required)

A membership campaign started Dec. 16 to launch a Canyon County Co-op in downtown Nampa. The food cooperative’s organizers aim to create a store, the fourth in the state, that belongs to the National Cooperative Grocer’s Association. The others are ...

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Nampa merchants consider wide sidewalks (access required)

The city of Nampa is debating what modern layout works best on historic downtown streets laid down before the age of sidewalks and street parking. The city is exploring the issue in revisions to its 2009 Downtown Streetscape Standards. The ...

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Nampa to give business owners a say about sidewalks (access required)

One size doesn’t have to fit all for sidewalks in downtown Nampa. The city of Nampa is revisiting the 2009 streetscape that called for 21-foot sidewalks for the downtown historic districts. This would entail converting diagonal parking to parallel parking. ...

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