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In the News
"Best Local Secondhand Shop- Idaho Youth Ranch"
September 30, 2015, Boise Weekly
Boise, Idaho- You can thank Macklemore and Ryan Lewis for dragging your grandad's clothes into the mainstream, but this year's winner in the Best Local Secondhand Shop category has always been ahead of its time. The Idaho Youth Ranch is a downtown institution with a huge selection of practically everything, from lawnmowers to luggage, records to reading glasses, boots to books and more. IYR is a great resource for living by the R's: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.
"Idaho Youth Ranch finds new home in Canyon County"
September 30, 2015, by Jeff Myers for the Idaho Press-Tribune
MIDDLETON- The Idaho Youth Ranch’s flagship location will have a new home in Canyon County. The Idaho Youth Ranch will begin bringing children involved in its programs to the new location, which replaces its old location in Rupert, by November.
"Idaho Youth Ranch to open new Treasure Valley location"
September 26, by Karen Zatkulak for KIVI Channel 7 News
MIDDLETON -- An organization that's helped nearly 30,000 Idaho kids will soon have a new location. In February of 2014, the Idaho Youth Ranch facility in the Magic Valley announced they would be closing after 60 years. The facility helped at-risk children and families and provided recreational opportunities and family counseling. It was even featured on the Today Show. But Youth Ranch CEO and President Steve Woodworth says the property needed major updates and was located too far from the families it served.
April 14, 2014- Anchor House Renovations and WGA Appreciation Day
Over the winter, Anchor House in Coeur d'Alene received a much-needed makeover thanks to a grant from the Women's Gift Alliance. To show their appreciation and unveil the results, the staff and boys at Anchor House hosted a "WGA Appreciation Day" event... WGA Appreciation Day
March 25, 2014- One Stone and Idaho Youth Ranch Partnership
One Stone, a student-led and directed Boise-based nonprofit, is teaming up with the Idaho Youth Ranch for Break Through 2014, an alternative spring break project for southwest Idaho high school students... One Stone and IYR Partner