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Past articles by Paul:

As Boise home prices rise, relative affordability compared to elsewhere is dropping off

Buyers are no longer getting as much bang for their buck in the Boise housing market. → Read More

West Ada parent criticizes teachers in viral TikTok video

This comes after a video posted to TikTok showed teachers without masks doing team-building activities. → Read More

Nampa councilman compares potential COVID-19 protocols to racial segregation

Darl Bruner said some COVID-19 protocols such as vaccine and mask requirements can be compared to racial segregation. → Read More

Bus driver shortage threatens efficiency at start of school year

As the school year approaches, the Brown Bus Company only has about 75% of the staffing it wants. → Read More

Seller's housing market remains in Treasure Valley as inventory rises

The median price for a single-family home in Ada County in July was $540,000, a 38.5% year-over-year increase from July 2020. → Read More

B-17 plane on display in Nampa this week

Ground tours are available 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and 2-6 p.m. Friday through Sunday. → Read More

Meridian, Nampa at crossroads of housing growth

As places outside Boise aim to become full-service cities where people can live and work without needing to travel elsewhere, the demand for more housing grows. → Read More

Wilder feedlot receives OK to expand from 6,000 cattle to 12,000

The decision resolves the contentious issue after months of discussion. → Read More

As Ada County home prices rise, so has the number of million-dollar homes

In 2020, there were 314 homes that sold for $1 million or more. There have already been 362 million-dollar homes sold in 2021. → Read More

Housing inventory rises in the Treasure Valley, possibly leveling off market

A key factor in the soaring prices has been a lack of homes coming on the market. → Read More

Treasure Valley has first death caused by heat wave

From June 28 to Wednesday, there was one heat-related death in Canyon County, which happened Wednesday, according to the county’s coroner’s office. → Read More

Nampa Mayor Kling announces reelection campaign

Kling wants Nampa to be a “full-service city,” meaning people can both live and work in Nampa and the city can meet the needs of residents. → Read More

How the remote work revolution could add fuel to the Treasure Valley’s population growth

As the job-based pull to more dense, urban, coastal cities rescinds, Boise could be seen as a desirable place for people to relocate. → Read More

Hotel occupancy ramping back up in Treasure Valley

After 2020, tourism industry leaders believe they could soon be back on track. → Read More

Median price of a home in Canyon County nears $400,000

The median price for an existing home in the county last month was $380,000, compared to the new home median price of $418,985. → Read More

Boise’s population growth amplified by pandemic, migration data shows

Californians accounted for 10,073 of last year’s new moves into the Boise area. That was up 27.5% from the year before, which saw roughly 7,900 Californians move. → Read More

Nampa wrestles with how to handle bursting residential development

Nampa's population, now an estimated 106,000, has doubled in the past two decades. COMPASS estimates the city will grow to 150,000 by 2040. → Read More

Big increases continue for Ada, Canyon County home prices a year into pandemic

One expert pointed to the use of remote work, the strength of Idaho’s economy despite hardships and low-interest rates as conditions that created the massive boom. → Read More

Longtime Caldwell Mayor Nancolas won't seek re-election

Garrett Nancolas has been elected six times since 1997 and is the longest-serving mayor in the city’s history. → Read More

Boise tourism industry leaders have reasons to believe amid uncertainty

As COVID-19 vaccinations increase and case numbers decline, those in the industry believe tourism is likely to be part of the recovery from the pandemic. → Read More