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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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Feds say northern Idaho could see catastrophic fires

Despite a wet spring over much of the nation, the Obama administration warned June 1 of potentially catastrophic wildfires this summer, especially in the Southwest and Northwest. “We’ve been very fortunate here in the central part of the country to ...

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Texas oil company asks Idaho officials to break impasse

A state commission has taken a step toward intervening in a dispute between a Texas oil company and mineral rights holders so plans to drill for natural gas or oil can move forward in western Idaho. The Oil and Gas ...

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Code school coming to Boise in August (access required)

A new school called BoiseCodeWorks is starting a 12-week computer coding class in late August, tailored to the skills that Treasure Valley employers are looking for. The class is designed to help its students work as junior software developers, a ...

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First Sonic with indoor seating to open in Meridian (access required)

The 12th Sonic Drive-In in the Treasure Valley will be the first to have indoor seating. The new quick-service restaurant is expected to open in September next to a Walgreens drug store at the northeast corner of Linder and McMillan ...

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