Zach Kyle, Idaho Statesman

Zach Kyle

Idaho Statesman

Boise, ID, United States

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Past articles by Zach:

How Idaho’s Big 3 ag sectors — and its little wine-grape industry — are faring today

Milk is Idaho’s top farm product. Beef is second, potatoes third. Sales in all 3 fell last year. The wine-grape harvest doubled. Here’s this year’s outlook. → Read More

He owns a 152-year-old ranch. Here’s what happened when he fought the government

Paul Nettleton, who owns the Joyce Ranch in Idaho’s Owyhee County, won a court fight that helped protect ranchers’ water rights all over the West. → Read More

This firm built many of the Treasure Valley’s most recognizable new buildings

Engineered Structures Inc. in Meridian has grown into the largest general contractor and project management company in Idaho. → Read More

This Idaho company is North America’s top frozen-potato maker. No, it’s not Simplot

Lamb Weston is expanding its Treasure Valley operations after splitting from ConAgra and moving its headquarters here. → Read More

Too few assets to secure a bank loan for your business? These guys might be your answer

Montana & Idaho CDC has helped a growing number of Treasure Valley businesses launch, including Tin Roof Tacos, Downtown Hound and El Cafetal. → Read More

The firm that built the new buildings on Boise’s Grove Plaza almost trapped a crane there

Meridian’s Engineered Structures Inc. confronted a logistical obstacle course in building Gardner Co.’s City Center Plaza buildings on the Grove Plaza. → Read More

The building boom in big Treasure Valley office buildings is about to end

Rising construction, materials and financing costs may cause commercial construction to slow down in the Treasure Valley. → Read More

Alex Jones’ apology to Chobani and other Idaho business stories you may have missed

Highlights of top Idaho business news in past 30 days, including safety laxity among home- construction contractors and Alex Jones apologizing to Chobani. → Read More

As Downtown Boise hotels boom, Nampa and Meridian get their own, and Caldwell hopes

Boise’s Downtown growth and lure as a spot for national groups could help the rest of the Treasure Valley’s cities. → Read More

Now 26, Boisean dropped out of college and built multimillion-dollar company

At just 26 years old, Nathan Barry of Boise has built ConvertKit into a multi-million dollar tech startup. → Read More

Idaho’s settlement with Target over data breach won’t give money to victims

Target Corp. agreed to beef up its cybersecurity and pay $18.5 million as part of a 46-state settlement connected to a 2013 data breach. → Read More

A Boise firm you’ve never heard of makes tortillas you eat. To make more, it will move

Fresca Mexican Foods in Boise makes 3 million tortillas a day. After outgrowing its plant, the company is building and relocating to a bigger building in Caldwell. → Read More

5 things coming up in the Treasure Valley that you should know

A monthly at-a-glance feature of the Idaho Statesman’s Business Insider magazine. → Read More

Trailhead in Boise is about to offer a new path to a software career, and it’s paid

Trailhead, Boise’s nonprofit startup accelerator and coworking space, plans to launch an apprenticeship program for aspiring coders. → Read More

InfoWars’ Alex Jones apologizes, retracts statements as part of Chobani settlement

Right-wing radio provocateur Alex Jones issued an apology and retraction to Chobani as part of a settlement of a defamation lawsuit the yogurt company filed against him in April. → Read More

Garden City businesses fidget as floodwaters rise in warehouse district

Businesses in Garden City’s warehouse district are bracing for the Boise River to flood. → Read More

Sell your home, please, Valley real estate agents and lenders say as supply stays tight

The chronic low inventory of homes in the Treasure Valley is driving home prices even higher while suppressing home sales. → Read More

Eight months of Fairview/Cole construction means rough road for some businesses

Some nearby businesses are losing customers five months into the eight-month roadwork on Fairview Avenue and Cole Road. → Read More

Got $1.98 million? Views, luxury condo living and Downtown access can be yours

Two former condos were combined into one in the top stories of The Grove Hotel in Downtown Boise. The condo is on the market for $1.98 million. → Read More

Micron’s new CEO starts work with a welcome from his predecessor

Micron’s incoming CEO Sanjay Mehrotra started his new job Monday, May 8, by meeting the company’s Boise leadership team. He succeeds Mark Durcan. → Read More