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Annual horse race in Tulsa postponed over virus fears (access required)

The annual Breeder’s Invitational in Tulsa, Okla., was postponed this week because of fears of a national equine herpesvirus outbreak, but the Pinto Horse Association World Show will be held as scheduled in June, officials said. And the State Fair Park ...

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Investor activity seen as favorable sign for Idaho real estate market (access required)

Based on the notion that residential property pricing has either hit the basement or is nearly floored out, real estate speculators in the Treasure Valley are increasingly buying up houses – commonly at foreclosure sales – according to the Idaho ...

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GBAD election: board remains divided (access required)

The Greater Boise Auditorium District board election had the potential of creating a philosophical shift within the embattled body and setting up clear courses of action, but the results cleared up nothing. The board has been split with a 3-2 majority ...

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Chipotle to open restaurant in Boise (access required)

Chipotle Mexican Restaurant will be opening its doors in Boise. The Denver-based chain is moving into the former Jack in the Box restaurant at 205 N. Milwaukee Street across from Boise Towne Square, according to a banner posted on the ...

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Stadium move for Yakima Bears could be wake-up call for Boise (access required)

(Updates to clarify that the city will decide whether or not to study the stadium issue further) A decision this month to move the Yakima Bears baseball team to Vancouver, Wash., because of stadium problems could serve as a wake-up ...

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TARP debts linger on Idaho banks’ books; some land on delinquent list (access required)

All four of the Idaho-based banks that got money from the federal government through the Troubled Asset Relief Program have yet to wipe the debt from their books, and three of them are lagging on interest payments. “It just comes ...

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Idaho exports jump in first quarter (access required)

Idaho exports hit a record $1.5 billion in the first quarter after jumping 25 percent from a year earlier. That compared to a 7 percent year-to-year gain for U.S. exports. Traditional Idaho export categories posted increases. These included semiconductors at ...

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