First posted on BoiseDev.com on November 22, 2021Development and growth are around every corner in the Treasure Valley. But since 2013, one thing has not changed: Idaho’s tallest building.

Put that turkey leg down and listen up! Today we have to discuss your family’s upcoming holiday card. In addition to the fact that we do not need to see your pets in your cards, we also don’t need to see any glaring grammar mistakes. Stick to the following tips and you’ll turn a bah, humbug …

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EMMETT INTERACT CLUB LAUNCHES NEW RECYCLING PROGRAM

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KUNA—When Nicole Honey, a senior with Inspire Connections Academy, began collecting books for a senior project, she wasn’t sure how many she would get, but hoped to get at least 100 to donate to a local shelter.

Caldwell Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council participates in underage drinking awareness campaign

Making tamales — or just eating them — on Christmas Eve. Going on a sleigh ride. Caroling through the neighborhood and drinking hot chocolate after. Getting up at the crack of dawn for a Black Friday shop and lunch out with your besties. … I grew up in a Catholic family and so, unsurprisingl…

While billion-dollar corporations and their very public battles with issues such as ransomware attacks typically garner most of the headlines, small businesses are far from immune to cybersecurity troubles. In fact, they’re just as susceptible as their larger counterparts.

There are two shows featuring Idaho icons and history coming to PBS. “Spud Country” reveals a year in the life of Idaho’s agriculture communities and “Caxton: An American Press” looks at “the storied history of the Idaho printing business.”

MERIDIAN DOCTOR NAMED IDAHO RURAL HEALTH HERO

The Castle Rock Road winds through meadows, aspen groves and sagebrush hills in an area along Highway 20, northeast of Mountain Home.

Our story at Yankee Fork begins over a century ago, in the 1860s, when gold and silver discoveries were made in Bayhorse. Two men would strike gold in 1870 in a remote part of the Idaho Territory called Yankee Fork. Then in 1876, the Yankee Fork “motherload” would be discovered at the Genera…

Moving through the top 25 birds on feeders in Idaho last winter, according to Project FeederWatch, we are down to No. 17 — the red-winged blackbird. Few species in Idaho show such extreme sexual dimorphism — that is the difference in appearance between males and females of the same species. …

I titled this article cooking pheasants but really it will apply to not only pheasants but also turkey and grouse. If you read my articles then you know that two weeks ago that I was in South Dakota pheasant hunting. I didn’t want to use the same ol,’ same ol’ cook-in-a-crockpot-with-mushroo…

The Castle Rock Road winds through meadows, aspen groves and sagebrush hills in an area along Highway 20, northeast of Mountain Home.

Our story at Yankee Fork begins over a century ago, in the 1860s, when gold and silver discoveries were made in Bayhorse. Two men would strike gold in 1870 in a remote part of the Idaho Territory called Yankee Fork. Then in 1876, the Yankee Fork “motherload” would be discovered at the Genera…

Moving through the top 25 birds on feeders in Idaho last winter, according to Project FeederWatch, we are down to No. 17 — the red-winged blackbird. Few species in Idaho show such extreme sexual dimorphism — that is the difference in appearance between males and females of the same species. …

I titled this article cooking pheasants but really it will apply to not only pheasants but also turkey and grouse. If you read my articles then you know that two weeks ago that I was in South Dakota pheasant hunting. I didn’t want to use the same ol,’ same ol’ cook-in-a-crockpot-with-mushroo…

There’s an ad out right now for Google’s Chromebook laptop with a slogan that says, “Switch to a new way to laptop.” While I’m hesitant to disparage any of our digital overlords for fear of being stricken from search results, I feel obligated to take a stand. You can’t “laptop” something; “l…

CANYON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY HOSTS FUNDRAISER, OPEN HOUSE

In a recent company trip to Sonoma County, California, our group of seven experienced a cornucopia of wines and foods that were perfectly paired. “How do they create this?” an attendee asked. “This pairing is phenomenal,” said another. And true, these dishes were perfectly paired. From a gor…

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On a recent Saturday, for no apparent reason, Lydia Merrill came to mind, making me wonder whether she was still living. A few days later, a call came saying that she wasn’t.