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Unique $3 Million Property for Sale in Garden City Perfect for Multiple Tenants

This $3 million dollar property in Garden City makes for a perfect space for multi-generational living, having multiple tenants, and/or investing!. This is a 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom home with over 4,500 square feet of space. And not only is it stunning and spacious by itself, but there’s also everything you would need for business and commercial use, like warehouses, office spaces, apartments, garages and more.
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Garden City restaurant raising funds for people recovering from hurricanes in Puerto Rico

Originally published Sept. 28 on KTVB.COM.Wepa Café is a family owned Puerto Rican restaurant, a home away from home for the Robinson family. “I opened up a Puerto Rican restaurant and bring the Puerto Rican cultural and taste to the Treasure Valley,” said Art Robinson, Wepa Café’s owner. Robinson said the restaurant means more than just a taste of home. The restaurant donates a portion of its proceeds to nonprofits...

So Much To Enjoy In Garden City, Idaho. You Could Make A Day of It.

After moving to Boise almost a month ago, Garden City has become one of my favorite areas to enjoy. Just off of the Greenbelt it's an easy ride for my wife and I on our bikes from Southeast Boise. Maybe you've heard about all of the things to do in Garden City, but haven't really spent time there to really get to know what there is to do.

Gazebo Concert Series

Celebrate summer with the annual City of Eagle Gazebo Concert Series. Heritage Park becomes home to local talent during the summer for live music you don't want to miss. Bring a blanket and chair, grab a neighbor and unwind under the evening summer sky. Beer, wine, and snacks will be available for purchase.
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Wilson’s big night leads Horseshoe Bend to victory

Horseshoe Bend dominated all three phases of the field Friday night in its 48-20 win over Fayetteville. Things started hot for Horseshoe Bend after Kori Woods kicked off the scoring with a scoop-and-score to put the Generals on top. The Generals continued their non-offensive scoring when running back Braxton Wilson...

Money Metals Exchange to construct new building

Money Metals Exchange, a rapidly growing Eagle-based company, is breaking ground in October on its 40,000-square-foot precious metals depository and fulfillment center. The state-of-the-art building will be located on a 3.2-acre lot adjacent to city and county emergency services near the heart of Eagle. The company has selected Zions Bank for financing and Wright Brothers ...

Wyoming Harriers Compete in Big Idaho Meet

The Bob Firman Invitational Cross Country meet is a huge regional event that has athletes from 19 states and 147 schools competing. Natrona County and Star Valley sent a contingent to the meet in Eagle, Idaho and Rawlins sent their star distance runner Ryann Smith. Now Smith competed in the Girl's Elite Division and took 13th out of 143 runners with a time of 18.56.7. She placed 5th at last year's 3A Wyoming State Cross Country Meet. Natrona's Ally Wheeler placed 24th in 19.21 and her teammates Ashley Gross and Nichole Clark placed 31st and 32nd respectively, running in 19.25 and 19.25.5.

Trey Anastasio Band Make Debut at Revolution Concert House and Event Center

Last night, Trey Anastasio Band stopped by the Revolution Concert House and Event Center in Garden City, Idaho, for the first time. The performance saw the Phish guitarist and his touring band play several Phish favorites along with cuts from his solo discography through a high-energy electric performance. Trey Anastasio kicked off the show with “Alive Again,” and with the assistance of Jennifer Hartswick, Russ Lawton, Ray Paczkowski, Natalie Cressman, Cyro Baptista, James Casey, and Dezron Douglas moved through “Cayman Review.” With the full band on their feet, Trey Anastasio Band moved into “Blaze On,” then “Set Your Soul Free,” which highlighted the glistening horn section. Trey Anastasio Band moved into a pairing of “Ocelot” into “Magilla” before the penultimate track of the frame, “Spin.” they closed the first set with “Push On ‘Til the Day.”

20 Fun & Best Things to Do in Boise, Idaho

Boise, Idaho, is the perfect mix of rugged nature in an artsy urban area. As the capital of Idaho, Boise is home to almost half a million residents. However, it’s become one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States over the last few years, with people wanting less of the big city life and more access to mountains and nature.

Former Caldwell Officer Joseph Hoadley found guilty on 3 of 4 counts

BOISE — After more than a day of deliberations, twelve jurors have finally delivered a guilty verdict on three of the four counts in the trial of former Caldwell Police Lt. Joseph Hoadley. Hoadley was found guilty on counts two, three and four being considered in the trial: destruction, alteration or falsification of records in federal investigations; tampering with a witness by harassment; and tampering with documents. The jury found...

Boise City Council approves controversial 35-unit apartment complex on Broadway Avenue

BOISE - A new, two-building apartment complex is headed to Broadway Avenue despite concerns from a neighbor about parking and pedestrian safety. On Tuesday, Boise City Council unanimously approved an application from Coeur D’Alene developer Beegawk LLC to develop a 35-unit apartment complex with one and two-bedroom units at 2408 S. Broadway Avenue. Because of its location near the Broadway Avenue bus line, the project qualified for a 10% parking reduction and will have 37 parking spaces.

'Doily Bench' to honor Garden City official

Garden City resident Pam Beaumont, long active in state and local politics, passed away last fall. Beaumont served on the city council and as Garden City Council president. Bereaved friends, loved ones and colleagues, wanted to do something to honor her so they enlisted the help of local artist Ken McCall, who created a “doily bench.” It will be dedicated on Saturday, Oct. 1. On Sept. 16, the city of...
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Documentary aims to shed light on veterans’ families

PTSD can have a profound affect not only on military veterans, but on their families as well, said Norma Jaeger, the executive director of the nonprofit Recovery Idaho. Jaeger is also the executive producer for the documentary film, “I Married the War,” from the Boise-based directors Betty and Ken Rodgers. That film, she said, aims to shine a light on those stories.