Idaho

More Idahoans are Planning Vacations Around Food
If you visit a great food city, do you eat several lunches and dinners each day just to make sure you try all the best restaurants? Most people do. No wonder we pack on the pounds on vacation! But this is good news for Treasure Valley restaurants.
Idaho’s Richest Person Has Ties to Potatoes
Forbes Magazine did a little research and figured out who the richest person is in every state, and in Idaho that person has a background in the potato industry, but also dabbles in fertilizer and and phosphate morning. It's a name you know.
Boise State Kicks of the New Semester with Welcome Week
The first week back at Boise State is a chance for students to get into a groove with new classes and routines, but there are plenty of fun routine breakers happening this week too, like pizza parties and bowling events. If you're out of school now, were your college days like this?
Idaho is #1 for Population Growth
If it feels like there are a few more people in line in the grocery stores and in sitting next to you at stoplights, it's true. Idaho is leading the nation in population growth and shows no signs of stopping.
Everything You Need to Know About the Idaho Potato Drop
Not every state drops something at 11:59pm on New Year's Eve, and it's probably because they don't have something as interesting as our potato to throw down. So let's get out there Sunday and appreciate our giant spud! Check out the details here on the Idaho Potato Drop.
Today is Whiners Day, and Here’s How to Observe It
December 26th is National Whiners Day, and it's not an excuse to moan about what we didn't get for Christmas or complain about a relative that got on our nerves over the weekend. Instead, there's one simple thing we can do to observe this important day.

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