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US home rental prices rise again in June (access required)

U.S. home rental prices climbed much faster than incomes in June. But there are signs of slowing momentum around major job hubs such as New York, Los Angeles and Washington. Real estate data firm Zillow said July 30 that U.S. ...

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Filmmakers call for support from Indian tribes (access required)

Filmmaker Sterlin Harjo thinks now is the time for Indians to embrace movie-making. Harjo, a director and producer who is known for his films Four Sheets to the Wind, Barking Water, and Goodnight Irene, spoke July 30 to a session ...

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Tobacco Beverage Companies opens 50th store (access required)

The Nampa-based Tobacco Beverage Companies opened its 50th store the week of July 20. All but four of the company’s stores are in Idaho. The latest is a 2,000-square-foot Big Smoke store that opened in Post Falls, said president Andrea ...

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Mountain Home to float $5M plant facilities levy

Mountain Home School District Superintendent James Gilbert has hired consultants to help him win community support for a $5 million, five-year plant facility levy. Gilbert hired consultants from Boise State University to prioritize and price the safety repairs needed in ...

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Cash and Carry will open a Twin Falls store (access required)

Cash & Carry Smart Foodservice is building its third Idaho store in Twin Falls with an opening scheduled in October. Cash & Carry is a Portland-based warehouse-format store that is the go-to place for many restaurants and civic organizations. It’s ...

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A step-by-step approach to welcoming walkers (access required)

As executive director of the Idaho Walk Bike Alliance, Cynthia Gibson knows a thing or two about sidewalks. Gibson believes walkability is critical to a city’s health and economic vibrancy because, she said, people shop more on foot, connect with ...

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Idaho wilderness bill passes US House

A compromise bill put forward by Republican U.S. Rep. Mike Simpson of Idaho to create a protected wilderness area in central Idaho has passed the U.S. House of Representatives. The wilderness plan, which now heads to the U.S. Senate, would ...

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