Boise woman celebrates 100th birthday

Boise, ID – Mary Martha Bennet recently reached one of the most significant milestones. She turned a 100 years. Her daughter Martha Sandmeyer says Mary has had an incredible life. "Mom was born in Parma, Idaho on April 24, 1918. On her birth certificate, it says she weighs 4 pounds," […]

Idaho Workers’ Compensation Rates to Decrease Another 3.4% in June

Boise, ID ( – The Idaho Department of Insurance approved a proposal from the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) for an another 3.4 percent decrease to workers’ compensation insurance rates to be effective for policies issued or renewing after May 31, 2018. This follows the 5.8 percent rate decrease […]

Sam McCaskill joins Thornton Oliver Keller Commercial Real Estate’s land brokerage team

Sam McCaskill has joined Thornton Oliver Keller Commercial Real Estate’s land brokerage team. McCaskill has been selected to participate in the firm’s 12-month brokerage training program, specializing in land and commercial real estate, and will be mentored by the firm’s managing partner Michael Ballantyne. McCaskill has 21 years of experience […]

Housing tidal wave swamps both ends of Idaho

Randy Stapilus In Canyon County, where population and economic growth ordinarily is not just approved of but eagerly sought, organizations such as the Canyon County Agricultural Planning Area Committee usually start with an easily accepted point of view: Mo’ growth, mo’ better. The group, which will be advising the county […]

très professionnel

I have a group of friends, college roommates at the University of Kentucky, that I’ve known since 1974. We met in our freshman dormitory and roomed together in a series of apartments and rental houses throughout our college years. We had some great times. I remember skipping organic chemistry once […]