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5 myths about eviction in Idaho (access required)

There are many myths about how tenants can be legally evicted, which are surfacing this month as evictions rise to their highest levels this year. The eviction process is complex, and not knowing the rules around eviction can make a ...

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A note from the editor June 24 (access required)

It seems like every week we receive a new press release about federal money coming to Idaho.  In recent weeks, money has come in for housing (including affordable housing), infrastructure projects and, most recently, as reported by Catie Clark, fire ...

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Dam breaching would hurt Idaho’s farmers (access required)

Agriculture is the backbone of Idaho. The agricultural industry is one of the largest contributors to the state’s economy, and our farmers’ crops feed people all over the world. A big reason why this is possible is thanks to the ...

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A note from the editor May 27 (access required)

Did you hear the news? We’ve got not-to-miss legal coverage, construction updates, labor stats, technology reports and more featured in this week’s edition and on our website — where you may have gotten some of it first.  Leading this edition ...

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10,000 baby boomers retire each day  (access required)

Think about it: Many people don’t get defined pension plans from their employers anymore.  If anything, employers have reduced their 401(k) match, while employees contribute less to their 401(k). What about Social Security? The IRS tells us a third of today’s retirees ...

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