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Salt Lake City and Boise Top Forbes List For Young Professionals

Downtown Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City, UT and Boise, ID have nabbed the top spots, respectively, in Forbes’ “America’s 25 Best Cities For Young Professionals In 2017” list.

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New West Daily Roundup for Mar. 23, 2017

Today in New West news: Governor Bullock to deliver keynote at Why Public Lands Matter, Wyoming population drops for first time in 27 years, and Denver economics good for millennials.

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New West Daily Roundup for Oct. 7, 2016

wind power, wind turbines, clean power plan

Today in New West news: construction underway on CSM road, ARCOM acquired by San Francisco firm, and 2017 Denver rents.

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New West Daily Roundup for June 23, 2016


Today in New West news: how the fracking ruling could affect future rulings over the BLM’s authority, painting in Missoula, and Denver office rent is sky high.

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Boise River is Open for Business

If you have no air conditioning, like me, there are only a few things that alleviate the excruciating heat of Boise summer days like today. You can go to the mall, which is plain awful; you can set up camp in the frozen foods section of Albertsons, which is what the Bundy family did on Married With Children; or, if you want to be outside, you can float the Boise River. And thank goodness the Ada County Parks and Waterways Department finally opened the river for public floating. They can’t close the river, per se, but it doesn’t really open until the County unlocks the raft and tube rental office at Barber Park, the put-in point, which they did on Thursday.

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Raunchy Real Estate

After about the fourteenth time the five kids who live above us decided to have a wrestling match, we thought it might be time to find a new living situation. Being the smart, savvy couple that we are, buying seemed like a good idea. We liked Salt Lake and loved the idea of having our own little home in Sugarhouse or the Avenues—both nice areas that had great homes with fabulous character. No more throwing money down the drain to rent and no more landlords dictating our living situation. Overall, it seemed like a sound idea.

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