BOISE — Cases are on the rise in the Treasure Valley, some businesses are shutting their doors, tests are hard to come by for many and it takes sometimes close to a week for test results to come back.

NAMPA — Nampa city officials don’t plan to increase property tax rates for the fiscal year 2021 budget, although the overall proposed budget is still nearly $10 million higher than the previous year’s budget.

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