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Community commits funding for Bogus Basin construction (access required)

Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area continues to add summer attractions as it transforms itself into a year-round destination. Since April 2017, the resort has raised more than $6.2 million to bridge the estimated gap toward its projected $20 million, 10-year ...

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YMCA plus park, library and St. Luke’s equals a Meridian collaboration called The Hill (access required)

The YMCA, St. Luke’s Health System, Meridian Parks & Recreation, West Ada School District and Meridian Library will unveil a grand collaboration May 25 at what is being called The Hill on Meridian’s south side. On that day, the South ...

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Bird experts seek answers to glass-bird collisions (access required)

The Audubon Chapter of Minneapolis and other wildlife advocates are bringing some of the nation’s top bird mortality experts to town as they renew their push to protect birds from fatal collisions with the glass walls of U.S. Bank Stadium. ...

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Idaho auto raceways stay on track for growth (access required)

photo of motocross at idaho falls raceway

Gentlemen and ladies, start your engines. Idaho auto racing is alive and well. Idaho race tracks have largely avoided the problems that have closed tracks in other states. Those problems include development pressure,  as with Rocky Mountain Raceways in West ...

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A word with Dave Ward of Radix Construction (access required)

Dave Ward is the president of Radix Construction Inc., a company he founded in 2003 with Tony O’Neil and Scott Stimpson, who are both now vice presidents. Radix, based in Nampa, is a general contractor that provides architectural design, construction ...

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State Education Board will build two INL research structures in Idaho Falls (access required)

Idaho’s state universities and colleges will collaborate directly with the Idaho National Laboratory in two new research facilities that will start construction in May in Idaho Falls. The Idaho State Board of Education will build a Collaborative Computing Center and ...

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Drop in home sales is a boost for renovators, appliance sellers

A slowdown in home sales is creating opportunities for small businesses like home renovators and appliance dealers. Business is up at Brad Beldon’s home exterior renovation company, which does roofing, windows, siding and other work in 15 markets across the ...

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Boise Parks will add a mountain bike skills park

Skateboarders and kayakers already have their specialty parks in Boise, and now Boise Parks & Recreation is focusing on mountain bikers. A bike skills park with tracks, rollers and other skill elements for mountain bikers will be built between Fort ...

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