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Liquor license bill being reworked (access required)

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A bill that would have made it easier for establishments that sell food to also sell liquor was held in the Senate State Affairs committee, but the bill’s sponsor hopes it can be changed before the legislative session is over ...

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BOMA speakers look beyond the boom (access required)

Idaho will have to compete with surrounding states for talented workers in the coming years, and the Gem State is at a disadvantage because it lacks funding mechanisms for local governments to fuel growth, such as school bonds and local ...

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Not so fast: Some restaurants resist third-party delivery

Food delivery services like Uber Eats and Grubhub are taking off like a rocket. But some restaurants aren’t on board. Earlier this month, Jimmy John’s sandwich chain launched a national ad campaign promising never to use third-party delivery. Jimmy John’s ...

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Preservationists encourage renovation, not demolition of apartments (access required)

Historic preservationists, nearby residents and diehard fans of Art Deco architecture are rallying to save the Travis Apartment building, which has been a landmark of its West Downtown neighborhood since its completion in 1937. One of the apartment building’s owners ...

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Sacramento tops national list for in-migration; San Francisco, Denver see high out-migration

New data from real estate brokerage Redfin indicate that Sacramento topped the nation for net in-migration during the fourth quarter, while San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C. and Denver had the nation’s highest net outflows of population. Denver ...

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RISE gets grant to support Latinx postsecondary education

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RISE, a local education nonprofit coordinating cross-sector partners to develop community solutions for students, has received a $150,000 grant, which will go toward programs to encourage Latinx students to earn postsecondary credentials. StriveTogether, a national nonprofit working to bring communities ...

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New Idaho law to make overdose reversal drug more available

Idaho Gov. Brad Little signed legislation into law Thursday aimed at reducing the number of opioid deaths in the state by making naloxone overdose reversal medication more available. The new law approved unanimously by the Legislature alters wording in an ...

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