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Shoshone-Bannock Tribes buy 157 acres in Mountain Home

The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes purchased 157 acres of land just off of the Exit 95 – Mountain Home interchange of I-84. The transaction was finalized at the end of January after the Tribes spent two years looking for a suitable property. ...

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Boise home prices rose 12.7% – the highest in the nation

Boise home prices continue to rise and show no signs of slowing down. The Federal Housing Finance Agency released its fourth quarter House Price Index on Feb. 25, showing that the HPI for Boise had a 12.7% increase over last year ...

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Hailey’s airport examining policies after stressful holiday travel season (access required)

Measures described as “proactive” by Ketchum Mayor Neil Bradshaw are being taken to address problems encountered by the Friedman Memorial Airport over the 2019-20 holiday season. The airport, located roughly 15 miles south of Ketchum in Hailey, endured an unusually high ...

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Dancing to diversity

At the recent Idaho Business Review Breakfast Series forum on building inclusive businesses, Anselme Sadiki, head of the Children’s Home Society of Idaho, reminded us of an old saying: “Diversity means inviting people to the dance. Inclusion means asking them ...

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Roundup 2.25.20

An investor purchased 2,445 square feet in the Eagle Land Condominium at 1117 E. Plaza Drive Unit 104 in Eagle. Jason Knorpp with KW Commercial represented the landlord and tenant. Eckhardt Family, LLLP purchased 1.2 acres of land at 3110 ...

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How much does walkability increase the value of a home? (access required)

Are you selling a house that is within walking distance of schools, shopping, parks and other urban amenities? That feature could translate to nearly $80,000. These homes in walkable areas sell for an average of 23.5%, or $77,668, more than ...

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Idaho U.S. senators tout economy and judicial appointments

The United States is experiencing historical prosperity and the federal judiciary is being transformed with the appointment of conservative judges, Idaho’s two U.S. senators said Thursday. Republican U.S. Sens. Mike Crapo and Jim Risch in speeches to state lawmakers in ...

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US pushes changes to Western land plans that judge blocked

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — U.S. Interior Department officials are seeking to bolster their case for easing restrictions on energy development, mining and grazing in Western states inhabited by a declining bird species. A federal judge in Idaho blocked the Trump ...

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