Is it just me or do the puzzle answers for the week mentioned above not appear?
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This looks like an amazing house! My husband and I have been looking for a house and this looks like it has everything that we want! I don't know about the location but if we could find something like this in our area, I would be sold! Cambria Rhay | http://www.paragontile.com/materials_tile.htm
At the end of the crossword puzzle is stated: "Go to www.boiseweekly.com and look under extras for the answers to "this week's puzzle'.........." Yet the answers are for last week's puzzle, which are printed in this week's paper.
For the pool and amount of bedrooms, this isn't too bad a buy. I wish that I had 500 grand laying around. I would snatch it up in a heartbeat. http://www.realestate-idaho.com/fine/real/estate/newsearch/lndgname/Boise/Boise_Idaho_Real_Estate_Search#.UwYo3IXLJJA
The sudoku answers do not match the issue November 9-15
Contact Douglas P. StanWiens, of the Boise Architecture Project... He is working on a Troutner history project... He might be able to help. http://boisearchitecture.org/index.php
Overpriced. Way overpriced. Way way overpriced.
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I am researching a possible connection or influence of Troutner to in our Community Center reflected in the use of the laminated beams in the mid 1950's. Our Community Center in Winchester Idaho was built about the time Troutner was experimenting with spanning large spaces with laminated beams and we have a handsome example of laminated beams in our structure.
Do you have any addition sources or information about Troutner's work or influence in buildings such as schools or commercial buildings. The beams in our building support the ceiling and roof over an entire basket ball court in Winchester Idaho. Our building was built in 1954. We do not have a record of the architect, but are wondering about the connection or influence of Art Troutner. Any information out there.
Deloris Jungert Davisson, Director
Museum of Winchester History
reply to Veggies@cableone.net and/or Winchmuseum@connectwireless.us
Yes the Condos are beautiful, but I would be interested in knowing who did the market research and how they decided that overpriced condos would be perfect next to the Neurolux, Record Exchange, Hannafins, and Mulligans. Young Boise scensters would be a better fit for this area. Unfortunatly most young adults in Boise are unable to afford such a price. Now Royal Plaza is in bankruptcy. All things concidered it's there own fault.
As stated in the printed edition of the Boise Weekly, Sudoku did not run on Sept. 2, but will be included in the paper on Sept. 9.
Apparently readership is so low that even the purported employees of Boise Weekly don't read it or the comments.
Seriously, where's the sudoku? Cuz it's not like there's much content in the Boise Weekly anymore to bring readership.
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Where's the Sudoku?
Wow, how smart!!!
Where are the answers to the May 6 puzzle?? This one is driving me crazy--I have to cheat!
I see a con.
$475,000 for a 1900 sq. ft. house!
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