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Road spending in Idaho drops nearly 20%

One of the major reasons for the drop is an 8 percent decline in federal money.


Columbia West shows design for 2nd & Virginia hotel tower

By JOURNAL STAFF

Columbia West Properties wants to incorporate part of a historic building into a 17-story hotel planned for the corner of Second and Virginia.


Bertha goes farther into the rescue pit

By JOURNAL STAFF

Bertha the tunneling machine is inching into the rescue pit, as shown in this webcam image posted yesterday morning.


Plymouth Housing plans 83 units on First Hill

By LYNN PORTER

Plymouth Housing Group will start construction in January on 83 apartments for formerly homeless people on First Hill, near an area under Interstate 5 where people now sleep at night.

New Jersey blast blamed on gas main leak

Officials say gas leaked from a main in the street, traveled along a water pipe into the unoccupied house's basement, and exploded when the flame or spark touched it.


Loader driver dies in dairy waste pond

The Yakima County sheriff's office says a worker at a Mabton-area dairy farm died Wednesday when the front-end loader he was driving sank into a pond of waste water.


Farmworkers get more safety training

By ROSS COURTNEY

Demand for classes is high due to changing expectations of produce buyers.


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Millennials are starting to enter the market and are looking for earth-friendly, smaller homes with more amenities.





Engineers and architects who design green roofs are using a new modeling tool to calculate the amount of stormwater a roof will retain.

Millennials are starting to enter the market and are looking for earth-friendly, smaller homes with more amenities.

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