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Trump picks Idaho Judge Nye for federal bench

President Donald Trump has nominated Idaho 6th District Judge David C. Nye to a seat on the federal bench. Trump announced Nye’s nomination for the U.S. District Court-Idaho on May 8. The nomination now goes to the U.S. Senate for ...

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A word about eclipse preparations with Patrick Nauman of Weiser Classic Candy (access required)

Patrick Nauman, owner of Weiser Classic Candy, stirs a fresh batch of fudge April 25. Photo by Glenn Landberg.

Patrick Nauman is the co-owner of Weiser Classic Candy, a candy maker and cafe that sells its chocolates and other confections in seven states and online. Weiser Classic Candy operates out of a century-old, 3,000-square-foot brick building in downtown Weiser, ...

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Boise was among six cities to hit record high home prices this winter

A home for sale in Boise this winter.

Boise was among only six housing markets in the U.S. to hit record high home prices in the first quarter, according to ATTOM Data Solutions, curator of the nation’s largest multi-sourced property database. Ada County started eclipsing 2007 record home ...

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Workshop aims to help women-owned businesses win government contracts (access required)

The U. S. Small Business Administration, Women Impacting Public Policy, or WIPP, and American Express OPEN, the small business division of the financial services company, are putting on an event May 12 for women business owners who are interested in ...

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Boise is accepting grant proposals for art projects

Shakespeare pic cropped

The City of Boise has about $150,000 to give to artists and businesses through a grant program and is now accepting applications. Boise dedicates 1 percent of its General Fund to the Department of Arts and History. The department disperses much of ...

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Economist: Perception on the economy is diverging from the economic data (access required)

There is a growing divergence between the public’s idea of how the economy is doing, and what the numbers say, according to a report by Zions Bank. Robert Spendlove, economic and public policy officer at Zions Bank, said soft economic ...

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Roundup 5.5.17 (access required)

Accretech America Inc. leased 2,501 square feet at 10101 W. Overland Road in Boise. Jamie Anderson and Michael Yamada of Colliers International represented the tenant in this transaction. IDACOMP LLC leased 2,170 square feet at 1243 E. Iron Eagle Drive, ...

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