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About 200,000 boxes of Girl Scout Cookies have been sitting in local warehouses as Scouts awaited the all-clear to sell the popular treats. On Friday, troops sold cookies at a drive-thru event intended to help raise revenue for the local organization.
A new flavor and new messaging join the old standards hawked at tables outside grocery stores as a new Girl Scout Cookie season starts. Thin Mints, Trefoils, Samoas, yeah, yeah, yeah, you know about those.
Girl Scouts membership has has ticked up regionally, despite many challenges. New recruitment strategies may explain some of the success.
The Bret Johnson Orthodontics office is inviting Spokane area’s Girl Scout troops to participate in its second It’s Cookie Time program.
A man accused of trying to rob a Girl Scout cookie booth in Tacoma has been sentenced.
Booth sales of Girl Scout cookies start Monday in the Inland Northwest.
The Idaho House narrowly passed legislation Wednesday to remove the state’s distinction as one of just two states that imposes sales taxes on Girl Scout cookies, after North Idaho Rep. Heather Scott argued the exemption would be unconstitutional.
The House has narrowly passed legislation to remove the sales tax from Girl Scout cookies and Boy Scout food sales, passing HB 449 on a 35-31 vote. “Today, only two states tax Girl Scout cookies, Idaho and Hawaii,” Rep. Janet Trujillo, R-Idaho Falls, the bill’s...
Chef Adam Hegsted’s new diner is opening today at Kendall Yards. The Yards Bruncheon is a light and airy eatery with chrome-trimmed booths and a walk-up espresso window.
BOISE – The Idaho House has voted 59-11 in favor of removing the state’s 6 percent sales tax on Girl Scout cookies. Idaho and Hawaii are the only states that still tax the annual cookie sales.
BOISE – The Idaho House has voted 59-11 in favor of removing the state’s 6 percent sales tax from Girl Scout cookies.
Girl Scouts from age 9 to adult appealed to an Idaho House committee on Monday to lift the state’s sales tax from their annual cookie sale, and they won over the House’s tax committee, which voted unanimously in favor of their bill.
BOISE – As Girl Scouts fan out across the state for their annual cookie sale, Idaho taxes will gobble up 22 cents of every $3.75 box sold. The Girl Scouts of the Silver Sage Council aim to change that, so they’re pushing for legislation this year to end Idaho’s distinction as one of just two states – Hawaii is the other – that still tax Girl Scout cookies.
As Girl Scouts fan out across the state for their annual cookie sale, under current law, 22 cents of every $3.75 box they sell in Idaho will go to the state, rather than to Girl Scout programs.