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Friday morning news (access required)

The train wreck that is the final days of the Idaho Legislature may (or may not) end today. The only real issue left on the table is transportation funding. Will both houses of the Legislature and the governor's office come ...

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Is it over? (access required)

I'm blogging from the floor of the House of Represenatives. The House was called to order and then put at ease so members of both parties can evaluate a proposed solution to the impasse over highway funding. The mood of ...

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Big Easy appeals restaurant and liquor license revocations (access required)

The Big Easy Concert House on March 28 appealed the Alcohol Beverage Control Bureau’s decision to revoke its liquor license for allegedly violating statutes regarding nudity and simulated sex acts, General Manager Dean Hanson said.   The Big Easy’s owners ...

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Legislature: They may be here through the weekend (access required)

There is an offer on the table to resolve the current impasse in the Idaho Legislature, but it might keep them here in Boise into next week. The House Democrats just met to discuss a compromise bill put together after ...

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Boise Cascade unit opens building materials center (access required)

Boise Building Materials Distribution recently opened a wholesale building materials distribution center in Milton, Fla. The distribution center supplies retail clients along the Gulf Coast from Tallahassee to New Orleans, parent company Boise Cascade LLC said in a statement. Construction ...

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A lovely tribute to Janet Miller (access required)

Take a few minutes and read the comments left on Sunday night's blog post about former state representative Janet Miller. Even if you never got to meet Janet, and regardless of your political affiliation, the comments are an inspiration to ...

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CCDC won’t pay Arid Club dues (access required)

The Capital City Development Corp. Board of Commissioners voted Monday to discontinue its approval and reimbursement of expenses related to Executive Director Phil Kushlan’s membership in the Arid Club. Board Chair Cheryl Larabee told commissioners that Mayor David Bieter had ...

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We're about to go live with a site upgrade (access required)

Hopefully there will be no hiccups as we spend the next few minutes launching an updated site, one with new features we've been hinting at for a few weeks. If you have any problems with links or features, please send ...

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