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Recreation? Idahoans are making it happen

When we decided to dedicate an issue of Square Feet to recreation spaces in Idaho, we had no idea how difficult it would be to choose from all of the action-oriented projects that are recently completed, planned, or underway. Outdoor ...

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With high-end recreational ranches, no signs of a bubble

While the regular residential market – the one for three-bedroom houses with yards – is red-hot right now, things are moving at a more measured pace for buyers and sellers of multi-million-dollar ranches with cattle, mountain views and rivers. Western ...

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Valley County embraces biking with new trails, signs (access required)

Several projects now underway could help get more bicyclists moving in Valley County. Andrew Mentzer, executive director of the West Central Mountains Economic Development Council,  is working with as many as a dozen groups on bicycle trails as ways to ...

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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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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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Snake River Landing is evolving into an event venue in Idaho Falls (access required)

Just a half mile apart, within the Snake River Landing mixed-use development, two entertainment venues strive to bolster group gatherings in Idaho Falls. Idaho Falls developer Ball Ventures added The Waterfront multi-purpose building in July 2017 to offer indoor/outdoor staged ...

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