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Anne Wallace Allen is the editor of the Idaho Business Review.

Former chief of the banana-pickers goes big

The former Montana Idaho CDC has come a long way since it started as a women’s entrepreneurial development nonprofit in Missoula, Montana in 1986. Conceived with a $50,000 grant from Ms. Magazine, the lender described as a community development corporation ...

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Gubernatorial candidate A.J. Balukoff: ‘The governor can be an advocate for education’

The Idaho Business Review is interviewing candidates who will face off in the upcoming primary elections for the governor’s office. This week, we feature conversations with former state Rep. Paulette Jordan, D-Plummer, and with Boise businessman A.J. Balukoff. Both are ...

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Gubernatorial candidate Paulette Jordan: ‘We need to go back to being a balanced state again’

The Idaho Business Review is interviewing candidates who will face off in the upcoming primary elections for the governor’s office. This week, we feature conversations with former state Rep. Paulette Jordan, D-Plummer, and with Boise businessman A.J. Balukoff. Both are ...

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Applications show law degree is regaining its lustre (access required)

The latest data from the Law School Admissions Council may be good news for American law schools, including those in Idaho. Applications for the 2018-19 school year at ABA-accredited law schools are up more than 9 percent — 326,539 last ...

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What happens in the ag economy doesn’t stay in the ag economy

For as long as I can remember, I’ve heard rueful jokes about the joys and sorrows of making a living from agriculture. The price farmers pay for their independence and self-reliance is financial uncertainty and a living that is subject ...

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Recreation? Idahoans are making it happen

When we decided to dedicate an issue of Square Feet to recreation spaces in Idaho, we had no idea how difficult it would be to choose from all of the action-oriented projects that are recently completed, planned, or underway. Outdoor ...

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A word with Jason Fry, CEO of the Idaho Youth Ranch (access required)

Jason Fry is CEO of the Idaho Youth Ranch, a youth services organization and chain of thrift stores that is one of Idaho’s largest nonprofit organizations. Fry grew up in Toledo, Ohio, and earned a degree in psychology at Wittenberg ...

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Gubernatorial candidate Lt. Gov. Brad Little talks business (access required)

The Idaho Business Review is interviewing candidates who will face off in the upcoming primary elections for the governor’s office. This week, we feature conversations with Lt. Gov. Brad Little and with Tommy Ahlquist. Both are running in the Republican ...

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Candidate Ahlquist writes a business plan for Idaho (access required)

The Idaho Business Review is interviewing candidates who will face off in the upcoming primary elections for the governor’s office. This week, we feature conversations with Lt. Gov. Brad Little and with Tommy Ahlquist. Both are running in the Republican ...

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A word with TJ Pierce of Mid Century Homes (access required)

The Boise area has about 11,000 homes that were built along classic mid-century architectural lines. TJ Pierce counted them using tax information and other records. In his two-year-old real estate business, Mid Century Homes by Moniker Real Estate, Pierce only ...

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