Politics: Butch Otter wraps up his tenure as governor in 2018. The governor's race is among the seven statewide elected offices up for grabs in November. Dining: Four new taco restaurants and a new public marketplace will join the burgeoning foodie scene in the Treasure Valley. Sports: The NCAA men’s basketball tournament rolls into Boise for the ninth time in March. Roads: Idaho’s first two-lane roundabout, a bridge near Harris Ranch and other road projects will dot the Valley landscape starting in spring. Entertainment: The Treefort Music Fest, one of the highlights of the music calendar every year, returns in March. Development: A new YMCA in Meridian and a medical school in Meridian are among the notable commercial and residential projects scheduled in the coming year.
Politics: Butch Otter wraps up his tenure as governor in 2018. The governor's race is among the seven statewide elected offices up for grabs in November. Dining: Four new taco restaurants and a new public marketplace will join the burgeoning foodie scene in the Treasure Valley. Sports: The NCAA men’s basketball tournament rolls into Boise for the ninth time in March. Roads: Idaho’s first two-lane roundabout, a bridge near Harris Ranch and other road projects will dot the Valley landscape starting in spring. Entertainment: The Treefort Music Fest, one of the highlights of the music calendar every year, returns in March. Development: A new YMCA in Meridian and a medical school in Meridian are among the notable commercial and residential projects scheduled in the coming year. Presentation by Jason Lantz jlantz@idahostatesman.com
Politics: Butch Otter wraps up his tenure as governor in 2018. The governor's race is among the seven statewide elected offices up for grabs in November. Dining: Four new taco restaurants and a new public marketplace will join the burgeoning foodie scene in the Treasure Valley. Sports: The NCAA men’s basketball tournament rolls into Boise for the ninth time in March. Roads: Idaho’s first two-lane roundabout, a bridge near Harris Ranch and other road projects will dot the Valley landscape starting in spring. Entertainment: The Treefort Music Fest, one of the highlights of the music calendar every year, returns in March. Development: A new YMCA in Meridian and a medical school in Meridian are among the notable commercial and residential projects scheduled in the coming year. Presentation by Jason Lantz jlantz@idahostatesman.com

Coming in 2018: Otter leaves, new hotels, a YMCA, road work on State Street

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