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Deadlock remains on future of Boise bureau (access required)

The future of the Boise Convention and Visitors Bureau remained in doubt this week with no resolution to an impasse that has threatened the entire group’s budget next year. The board chair of the Greater Boise Auditorium District, which is ...

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Sun Valley, Ketchum leaders want to shake up marketing (access required)

City leaders in Sun Valley and Ketchum hope to shake up the region’s national and international marketing efforts, shifting their cities’ donations from the local visitors’ bureau to a newly created organization. Officials from the two cities, which give a ...

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Concordia law school moves into downtown Boise

Idaho’s newest law school is officially calling Boise home. Dozens of people helped Concordia University’s School of Law celebrate its groundbreaking June 22, at its property at Fifth and Front streets in downtown Boise. “I am thrilled that Concordia has ...

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EPA orders Simplot Cattle to change watering practices at Grand View (access required)

The  Simplot Cattle Feeding Co. has been ordered to stop discharges from its nearly 700-acre feedlot complex near Grand View. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has directed Simplot to immediately cease all discharge of pollutants to waters of the U.S. ...

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Boise Airport keeps TRACON radar control tower

Members of Idaho’s congressional delegation and Boise Mayor David Bieter announced June 8 that the Boise Airport will retain its TRACON radar control system. U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood phoned the mayor and members of the delegation directly to say ...

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