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Bridge work may slow drives to McCall (access required)

The Idaho Department of Transportation started work June 15 to replace the North Fork Payette River Bridge in Cascade that carries Highway 55 between Boise and Donnelly and McCall. Crews are working from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., ITD said ...

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‘Krazy’ coupon curators move toward mobile (access required)

Krazy Coupon Lady, which runs a website dedicated to helping people save money at grocery stores and online, is moving to new offices in Eagle and expanding its software development team as it prepares to launch an app for mobile ...

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An architect’s journey in border crossing design (access required)

THA Architecture principal Charles Dorn learned a lot about life on the margins between two countries while traveling last fall and winter along the U.S. borders with Canada and Mexico. Dorn visited a series of border checkpoints for motorists, pedestrians ...

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Apparel brand Wear Boise to open storefront (access required)

Wear Boise, which sells T-shirts and other apparel with Boise- and Idaho-centric references, is opening a store at 828 W. Idaho Street in downtown Boise in mid-July. Husband and wife Paul Carew and Lisa McGrath started the clothing company last ...

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Coiled moving to Telaya’s new Garden City winery

Coiled Wines will join Telaya Wine Co. at a new two-story winery set to open after this year’s harvest. Site work has started for the 11,000-square-foot building, formerly a parking lot for the Riverside Hotel. The site is just down ...

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Downtown Boise’s Dunkley Music is headed to Meridian (access required)

Dunkley Music, a Capitol Boulevard stalwart for more than 50 years, is leaving downtown Boise for Meridian in August. Dunkley’s new location will be at 3410 N. Eagle Road, north of Ustick Road and next to Lowe’s home improvement store. ...

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Ballet Idaho means business (access required)

Ballet Idaho ended the season this year without debt for the first time in eight years, officials said. Executive Director Jenny Weaver, who joined Ballet Idaho last spring, ended the fiscal year $25,000 in the black. When she took the ...

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City council will consider 160-acre open space purchase

The Idaho Humane Society has agreed to sell 160 acres of land west of Bogus Basin Road to the city of Boise for $240,000. The City Council will consider the purchase at its June 16 meeting. The money to purchase ...

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A word with Don Tolmie of Treasure Valley Seed (access required)

Don Tolmie is general manager of Treasure Valley Seed, a Canyon County company that exports dry bean seed around the world. He’s also a director of the eight-member Idaho Bean Commission, a quasi-governmental group made up of growers and processors ...

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Data security experts: you need to stay ahead of fraudsters (access required)

Fraud doesn’t just affect the targeted businesses; it affects businesses that work with them, say experts who spoke at Zions Bank’s Fighting Fraud conference. Rich Stuppy, chief operating officer at Boise anti-fraud technology company Kount, said criminals change their tactics ...

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