The Boise City Council advanced a proposed diesel trucking terminal next to the Blue Valley mobile home park on Eisenman Road in far southeast Boise. Residents oppose the terminal sought by R&L Carriers of Ohio.
A Garden City baker is worried that power outages that her business has experienced in the past month will continue, but an Idaho Power spokesman said the causes of the outages were not due to infrastructure issues.
Four brothers from a Nampa family are partnering to build a youth sports center with practice space for basketball, dance studios and a speed and agility center. Cap Ed Credit Union is financing the project.
Michelle Anderson is the Boise Co-op’s first-ever CEO. George Iliff has handed control of Colliers Idaho to Jim Shipman. Quickmar is sold. Achievements by Treasure Valley organizations, companies and people.
The 2018 Bear Market lasted 3 months late in the year. Most financial “experts” predicted an economic recession in 2019 and evaporation of corporate profits. In down markets, long-term investors remain steady.
A bar near the potential location of a Boise stadium was bought by an agency of the stadium developer. HBCBP LLC, an agency of Atlanta’s Greenstone Properties, bought The Symposion at 2801 W. Fletcher St.
Bills to remove the homeowners’ tax exemption and collect taxes on internet sales have been introduced in the Idaho House. Now, half the value of a primary dwelling is exempt from property tax up to $100,000.
The American Civil Liberties Union and a group of abortion providers say a federal court should hold a trial about their call to strike a 40-year-old Maine law that prevents non-doctors from performing abortions.
Boeing introduced the 737 Max as a reliable fuel- and cost-efficient solution to air travel in the 21st century. After two fatal Max crashes, all of the Max aircraft in the world are believed to have been grounded.