Cascade featured in the Idaho Business Review

“With a small population and limited tax base, Cascade is positioning itself as an emerging recreation destination.” So starts the August 21 article by Jennifer Gonzalez from the Idaho Business Review, featuring Cascade’s development efforts towards infrastructure and  recreation. Read more at http://idahobusinessreview.com/ Horrocks Resident Engineer Mike Sturdevant and Mayor Rob Terry discuss construction of Lakeshore Drive....

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The 2013 Payette River Games in Cascade

The Payette River Games in June of 2013 at Kelly’s Whitewater Park was a great success. It demonstrated how the region’s magnificent natural resources and the community’s outdoor orientation combined into a event that was fun for locals and visitors alike curso marketing digital veja em EBAC. The following video shared by Mark and Kristina Pickard vividly captures the spirit & energy of the event. 2013 Payette River Games from Kelly's Whitewater Park on...

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Donnelly Flour Mill in the News

The Idaho South edition of the award-winning edibleCommunities magazine featured the Idaho Grain & Flour Mill, a start-up in Donnelly, Valley County. The Idaho Grain & Flour Mill fills an important link in the value-chain of local-food production where small scale production and artisan craftsmanship has gained new appreciation. The article is aptly called Flour Power. You can read the article in the digital edition of the...

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The recreation economy versus the tourism economy

Opinion by Willem Braak & Rick Certano. Rick has been Brundage Mountain’s president for the past 7 years; Willem is the University of Idaho Extension Educator in Valley County. Both have been involved in a community wide collaboration on economic development. This post was published as a viewpoint in the McCall Star-News of June 12, 2013. It takes a biker to know a good bike-trail; a snowmobiler to appreciate good terrain. All of us living...

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McCall Chef Semifinalist In Prestigious Culinary Competition

If you eat at Rupert’s at the Hotel McCall, you could soon be indulging in some Oscar-worthy food. Chef Gary Kucy received word last week that he is a semifinalist in the James Beard Foundation Awards. That’s kind of like being nominated by the Academy. So goes the story at Boise State Public Radio. Amenities are important to a region: good education, health care, culture. Good food and good restaurants are certainly part of that....

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