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A word with Jason Fry, CEO of the Idaho Youth Ranch (access required)

Jason Fry is CEO of the Idaho Youth Ranch, a youth services organization and chain of thrift stores that is one of Idaho’s largest nonprofit organizations. Fry grew up in Toledo, Ohio, and earned a degree in psychology at Wittenberg ...

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Gubernatorial candidate Lt. Gov. Brad Little talks business (access required)

The Idaho Business Review is interviewing candidates who will face off in the upcoming primary elections for the governor’s office. This week, we feature conversations with Lt. Gov. Brad Little and with Tommy Ahlquist. Both are running in the Republican ...

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Candidate Ahlquist writes a business plan for Idaho (access required)

The Idaho Business Review is interviewing candidates who will face off in the upcoming primary elections for the governor’s office. This week, we feature conversations with Lt. Gov. Brad Little and with Tommy Ahlquist. Both are running in the Republican ...

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Republicans criticize spill of dam water to help salmon

Republican Congress members from the Pacific Northwest are upset with a federal judge’s order to spill water from four Snake River dams to help speed migrating salmon to the Pacific Ocean. They say the water could be saved for other ...

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Bovines online: Farmers are using AI to help monitor cows

Is the world ready for cows armed with artificial intelligence? No time to ruminate on that because the moment has arrived, thanks to a Dutch company that has married two technologies — motion sensors and AI — with the aim ...

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Popular national parks to raise fees to $35, not $70

The Interior Department is increasing fees at the most popular national parks to $35 per vehicle, backing down from an earlier plan that would have forced visitors to pay $70 per vehicle to visit the Grand Canyon, Yosemite and other ...

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Idaho’s efforts to attract firearms, ammunition makers have paid off

A recent survey ranked Idaho as the state most dependent on the firearms industry. According to WalletHub, Idaho ranked first in the firearms industry, 10th in “gun prevalence,” and third in “gun politics.” Other states rounding out the top five ...

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