Home / Top Stories (page 570) /

Top Stories

Whole Foods injects life back into Council-area hot springs (access required)

Dr. Richard Starkey, a dentist and physician who opened a hot springs resort in rural Council in 1906, is long gone. But his story is resurfacing through Whole Foods, which has purchased the hot springs and last month started selling ...

Read More »

Welcyon: Fitness for the over-50 crowd (access required)

You get to a certain age, and perhaps you’re not as fit as you once were. All of a sudden, the thought of working out with 20-somethings and 30-somethings is pretty much a deal killer. That’s how a Boise dinner ...

Read More »

Eco2Librium now a B Corp. and looking for more revenue for carbon offsets (access required)

Eco2Librium in Boise is the latest Idaho company to become a certified B Corporation, completing a months-long certification process showing it meets standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. The company is also partnering with Boise State University ...

Read More »

State and region disagree about I-84 project in Canyon County (access required)

The region’s transportation planning agency has hit the ball back to the Idaho Transportation Department regarding a $13.35 million project to rehabilitate Interstate 84 between US Highway 20/26 in Caldwell and Franklin Boulevard in Nampa. ITD dropped the proposed I-84 ...

Read More »

A word with Angeli Weller of Boise State’s Responsible Business Initiative (access required)

Angeli Weller is director of the Boise State University Responsible Business Initiative, a program designed to stimulate a conversation about principles such as individual and corporate responsibility in business. Weller had recently ended a stint as national director of ethics ...

Read More »