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9th Annual Saint Al's Art in the Yard Bazaar Fundraiser @ Saint Alphonsus Health Plaza
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  • Sat., Sept. 13, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sun., Sept. 14, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
  • Help raise funds for the Nalen Cancer Fund, which helps families… More

Cal Clevenger

Founder of Wagons Ho
Almost anyone who's gone through the fourth grade in Boise since 1991 has probably met Cal Clevenger and his wife Marla.

Ninth Circuit Court Hears Argument Challenging Idaho's Same-Sex Marriage Ban

'The train has left the station'
The long battle over marriage equality in Idaho reached a crucial stage Sept. 8, when the state's ban on same-sex marriage went before a three-judge panel at the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco.

Boise's Green 'Brain Trust'

Forum brings high-profile businesses together to think green
The first Boise Sustainability Forum filled the top floor of the Eighth and Main Tower--a fitting venue, as the 20-story building is one of Boise's newest LEED-certified construction projects.

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Amore for Amaros

Love of liqueur
Amaro, an Italian herbal liqueur, is made from a secret medley of herbs, roots, flowers, bark and citrus peels.

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TIFF 2014: Big Movies, Bigger Hearts

At this year's film fest, it's still all about the story
There's a name for the type of storm that soaked Canada's largest city on opening weekend of the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival: It's called September.

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MRAPs and Marriage Bans

Editor's Note
This week's feature story has been a long time coming.

Ask Bill About It

Dick suggests Bill and A.J. don't belong here
Cope, you toilet-water-on-the-brain jockeyshorts skid mark,

How the Police Lost Idaho

A short news item from 2018
The first indication of trouble was when the Boise Police Department tried to give the Lockheed F-35 back.

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Re: “Why Do Democrats Keep Trying to Ban Guns That Look Scary, Not the Guns That Kill the Most People?

How is he misinformed? Thats just like telling some one oh yeah..... no you!

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Re: “How the Police Lost Idaho

Nothing is more important than rock n roll. I do not care to judge people…

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Plaza Grill
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Rockies Diner
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North Idaho to Hash Out Water Rights


Big Increase in Number of Chinook Salmon Returning to Columbia River


College of Idaho Football Scores Second Win at Home Opener


There's a 9-Foot-Long Boa Constrictor Loose in Nampa, and It's Hungry


Environmental Groups Launch Lawsuit against U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Over Idaho 'Killing Programs'


AP: Driver Who Killed Toddler in Jerome Hit-and-Run Turned Himself In


Massive Sports Complex Planned for Meridian


Toxic Algae Found in Reservoir Near Twin Falls


Nampa's Roundabout Lawsuit Heads to Idaho Supreme Court


Idaho Department of Finance Looks for Cracks in Cybersecurity

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