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The Idaho Boom

I’ve been to Idaho in the past but recently visited Boise for the first time, and also stopped in Spokane, WA and Moscow, ID.

Why Idaho is Not For You

Idaho is not the fastest-growing state in the country; we’re number two according to the latest census. The following is a list of reasons why Idaho is not the place for you. I

Booms in Idaho, Utah buck the curve of slowing U.S. growth

In Utah, births largely drove the fastest growth in the country over the past decade. In neighboring Idaho, newcomers from California and other states helped it capture the second spot.

The No. 1 emerging property market in America is NOT in Texas or Florida — you may never even have heard of it – Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

Top of the list was Coeur d’Alene, a city of some 44,000 people located amid the mountains of northwestern Idaho just over the border from Spokane, Wa.

CNN commentator Rick Santorum receives backlash after saying ‘there isn’t much Native American culture in American culture’

“We came here and created a blank slate. We birthed a nation from nothing. I mean, there was nothing here. I mean, yes we have Native Americans but candidly there isn’t much Native American culture in American culture,” the former Pennsylvania senator said.

Moving to a ‘tax friendly’ state? Do your homework first

“It is my strong sense that these cross-state moves in retirement are strongly motivated for financial reasons,” said Jaclyn Lambert, a spokesperson for HireAHelper.

Boise State University Study Reveals Treasure Valley Is Growing Too Fast

There seems to be a notion that a large number of people moving into the area are liberal/democrats from California.

Read More: BSU Study Reveals Treasure Valley Is Growing Too Fast | https://mix106radio.com/bsu-study-reveals-treasure-valley-is-growing-too-fast/?utm_source=tsmclip&utm_medium=referral

HBO – “Our Towns: A 100,000-Mile Journey into the Heart of America”

Based on journalists James and Deborah Fallows’ book Our Towns: A 100,000-Mile Journey into the Heart of America, the film spotlights local initiatives and explores how a sense of community and common language of change can help people and towns find a different path to the future.

Idaho companies begging for job applicants

Turn off the news and pay close attention to our neighbors. Boise businesses are hiring all over the place with one major problem, they can’t find anyone to work with.

Affordable Housing is Moving out of Boise, Idaho

So where are people buying who cannot (or choose not to) buy a home in Boise? They are looking outside the city limits to places such as Caldwell, Nampa, Kuna. The problem in moving to those areas is that if you work in Boise, you now have the dread I-84 drive to work and home each day.