Comings and Goings: Breweries continue to grow in the Treasure Valley


If you haven't seen it yet on social media, there's a big announcement for cancer patients western Idaho and eastern Oregon

St. Luke's Mountain States Tumor Institute has broken ground on a new respite house in Fruitland.

It will be a home-away-from-home for cancer patients and loved ones helping take care of them.

The $1.6 million facility will be located about a block from St. Luke's Fruitland medical complex.

The design includes a one-story, 5,235-square-foot structure.

It will have private wheelchair-accessible bedrooms with an adjoining bathroom, along with a living room, central kitchen and dining room and library.

The facility opens next spring.

Crooked fence brewing is now open in Garden City.

The craft-beer brewery has re-opened at 52-20 north Sawyer Avenue.

It first opened in 2012, then moved to Eagle.

It's now back in its old stomping grounds, not too far from its original location. You can find it at north Sawyer ave.

In Boise, there's a new bar devoted to sports.

You'll find Brixx Craft House along the 7700 block of State street.

It's the old Native Grill and Wings building.

What's different about this place? Just like the craft beers, you'll find home-made recipes, that aren't your cookie-cutter fare.

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