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Largest Valley Country Store is under construction in Jerome (access required)

The largest Valley Country Store convenience store is under construction at the Twin Falls exit on Interstate 84. Photo by Teya Vitu.

Jerome-based Valley Wide Cooperative is building its largest Valley Country Store convenience store and fueling center at the entrance of Crossroads Point Business Center, just north of the Interstate 84 exit for Twin Falls. Valley Wide started construction on the ...

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One man serves Native Grill and Freddy’s Frozen Custard to Idaho (access required)

Native Grill & Wings is finishing up its first Idaho location in Nampa. Photo courtesy of Native Grill & Wings.

Native Grill & Wings, an Arizona-based family-friendly sports bar/restaurant chain, will open its first Idaho eatery Oct. 31 on Marketplace Boulevard in Nampa with a second Native Grill expected to open by March at North Pointe on State Street in ...

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High-voltage power line to thread through southern Idaho

Federal officials released a plan for two high-voltage transmission lines in southwestern Idaho that avoid sage grouse habitat and private land but cross about 9 miles of conservation area for raptors. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management released its final ...

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Osteopathic college is on track for February groundbreaking (access required)

The proposed Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine – which would be Idaho’s first and, so far, only medical school – is on track for a groundbreaking in February that will enable it to offer classes beginning in 2018. So far, ...

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Canyon Retirement Community brings independent, assisted living, memory care to Twin Falls (access required)

Canyon Retirement Community are modular buildings being assembled in Twin Falls.

TanaBell Health Services expects a Dec.1 opening for its Canyons Retirement Community in Twin Falls. The 88-bed community will be the first for Pocatello-based TanaBell to offer independent living, assisted living and memory care beds and also the first in ...

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Kuna opens a new city hall in a former steakhouse (access required)

Kuna City Hall has moved into the former Creekside Steakhouse building. Photo courtesy of Troy Behunin, city of Kuna.

The new Kuna City Hall opened Oct. 4 after a whirlwind renovation of the former Creekside Steakhouse to serve as the new home of municipal government. The city of Kuna bought the Creekside building for $800,000. The sale closed July ...

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