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  • Tractor piazza

    Is Simplot development a park, event center, monument to agribusiness or all of the above?
  • Simplot Hill "Art"

      Does somebody have a beef with the Simplots?

      Or maybe they're upset at Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter?

      Either way, their anger, expressed in unique graffiti on the giant grassy hill of the governor's mansion, formerly the Simplot mansion, is at least misplaced, however, um, pointed it is.

      Update: It's still there, and stories following the BW scoop have since appeared in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, KTVB Channel 7 and, our favorite, on the Wonkette blog.

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      Simplot plans for new complex get a makeover that includes more greenery, less garage
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