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Twin Falls archway committee is about halfway there (access required)

Members of a committee raising money to build an archway into the Twin Falls historic downtown district say they’re about halfway toward meeting a revenue goal that’s ballooned to $300,000. The Twin Falls Archway Committee first met in November 2016, ...

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Donations save small downtown Emmett park (access required)

A small impromptu park at downtown Emmett’s main intersection was recently acquired by the Kiwanis Club of Emmett. The Kiwanis Aug. 16 acquisition with a donated $40,000 resolves the potential loss to development of this .33 acre Pioneer Park at ...

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Caution is key with cryptocurrency (access required)

Cryptocurrency has been making news lately, but is it here to stay? And if so, should attorneys accept it? Starbucks recently announced it was working with Microsoft so it could accept certain kinds of cryptocurrency as payment for lattes and the ...

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Report: Idaho construction wages are rising in response to worker shortage (access required)

A national survey of construction companies reveals that Idaho employers are raising wages to attract more workers. The Associated General Contractors of America in a June-July-August survey of more than 2,500 construction companies determined 60 percent of construction companies said ...

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Portland gains net-zero-energy rental units (access required)

Amid efforts at the federal level to repeal and roll back environmentally conscious regulations, some builders are continuing to strive to exceed them. One is Green Hammer Inc. The design-build firm, based in Portland, Oregon’s Pearl District, has built a ...

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New apartments sprout all over Rexburg (access required)

Drive around Rexburg and it only takes a few seconds to come upon another apartment construction project. In a city with a 2017 population of 28,377, Rexburg since 2013 has seen construction starts for 30 apartment complexes with 2,020 units ...

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Idaho coalition to fight ‘historical horse racing’

An Idaho group of state and local political leaders launched a statewide effort on Sept. 5 to oppose a ballot initiative seeking to legalize “historical horse racing.” The group, known as Idaho United Against Prop 1, announced it was releasing ...

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