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Boise’s Wevorce founder: ‘No one’s looked at divorce as a market’

Michelle Crosby built a tech startup on one idea: a peaceful alternative to divorce court

$7 million in startup funding later, Wevorce has grown to hundreds of monthly users

Next up: platforms that help couples build healthy unions, then go the distance

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Why Idaho’s family farms keep getting bigger

A dwindling number of farms produce the vast majority of Idaho’s agriculture products. Larger farms operate more efficiently, helping farmers offset lower commodity prices with higher yields and lower inputs. Smaller farms struggle to make it in the new ag world, prompting some farmers to cash in on high land prices by selling to neighboring farmers or developers.

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Leave it to the farmers to get it done

We talk about making America great as if we’ve lost it all. Nancy Naper says she’s betting on the ability of people who do the work — in the field, on the factory floor, in the classroom or the operating room — to ask good questions and find ways to do things better.

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Using drones in Idaho agriculture

A group of Northwest Nazarene University students use drones to gather agricultural data for growers at a vineyard in Southwest Idaho in this July 2014 video.
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 Using drones in Idaho agriculture 1:48

Using drones in Idaho agriculture

How union benefits saved a Mountain Home family 1:57

How union benefits saved a Mountain Home family

Video: Advanced Ceramic Fibers of Idaho Falls' key technology 0:28

Video: Advanced Ceramic Fibers of Idaho Falls' key technology

Video: GenZ CEO Grant Thompson on life at his startup 1:55

Video: GenZ CEO Grant Thompson on life at his startup