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The Price Was Right (access required)

The Price Was Right is a weekly feature that compares homes sold during the previous month within a particular price range. We’ll look at Ada County homes that sold at the median price during the past month, homes that sold ...

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Climate is the challenge for Idaho outdoor living spaces (access required)

Years ago, James Adams bought an outdoor kitchen kit from a manufacturer in California. He assembled it and enjoyed it during the warmer seasons. But one Idaho winter left the kitchen in shambles. All the tiles popped off, and it ...

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The Price Was Right (access required)

The Price Was Right is a weekly feature that compares homes sold during the previous month within a particular price range. We’ll look at Ada County homes that sold at the median price during the past month, homes that sold ...

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U of I president is finalist for Texas Tech job (access required)

University of Idaho President M. Duane Nellis is the sole finalist for the position of president at Texas Tech University. Texas law requires the Texas Tech University System Board of Regents to wait 21 days before making their final vote ...

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Personal property tax elimination could put the squeeze on some Idaho hospitals (access required)

As Idaho Legislators consider whether to try to eliminate Idaho’s business personal property tax this year, one small group is watching closely: the district hospitals that could lose thousands of dollars. “Most hospitals in the state are not affected,” said ...

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The Price Was Right (access required)

The Price Was Right is a weekly feature that compares homes sold during the previous month within a particular price range. We’ll look at Ada County homes that sold at the median price during the past month, homes that sold ...

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Idaho Women’s Business Center puts companies on the right track (access required)

In a few weeks, the smell of slow-smoked barbecue will start wafting from Tricia and Joel Anderson’s new restaurant, Bodacious Pig, in the old Smokey Mountain Pizza building in Eagle at the corner of Eagle and State. The Andersons had ...

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Idaho developers hone in on specific demographics (access required)

Real estate agents say location is key when it comes to selling a home, but with few things in the Treasure Valley more than a 20-minute drive away, developers have to find a way to make their subdivisions stand out ...

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Downtown Boise construction projects bring in the heavy equipment (access required)

The construction industry is slowly rising from the ashes of the Great Recession, and contractors are breaking out the big guns. Or rather, the big cranes. Builders requested 92.4 percent more commercial building permits in 2012 than in 2011, according ...

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Idaho’s small farmers may benefit from new USDA microloans program (access required)

When Karen Evans and her husband started their farm 25 years ago, Rollingstone Chevre, it was a do-it-yourself enterprise. “It was kind of like inventing the wheel,” Evans said. Goat cheese was a nascent industry in the United States. “We ...

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