Nolan Guthrie

Nolan Guthrie

The Zamzows guy talks Christmas trees
"Douglas Fir smells citrus-y, but Noble Fir smells...well, it just smells more Christmas-y."
With Trump's EPA Pick, Prospects for Stopping Global Warming Just Got a Lot Cooler

With Trump's EPA Pick, Prospects for Stopping Global Warming Just Got a Lot Cooler

In a more normal era, that lack of relevant experience might disqualify him from even being considered as the country’s top environmental steward.
Boise Philharmonic Holiday Pops Concert Series

Boise Philharmonic Holiday Pops Concert Series

Get into the spirit with Boise Philharmonic's signature winter event
Mark O'Connor's 'An Appalachian Christmas'

Mark O'Connor's 'An Appalachian Christmas'

Some of the best Americana around.

With Trump's EPA Pick, Prospects for Stopping Global Warming Just Got a Lot Cooler

In a more normal era, that lack of relevant experience might disqualify him from even being considered as the country’s top environmental steward.

Uber to Begin Service From Boise to Local Winter Recreation Areas

The program is set to run through Friday, March 31, 2017.

Suspected of Corruption at Home, Powerful Foreigners Find Refuge in the U.S.

Guess where politicians and businessman fleeing criminal charges find safe haven

Suspect Arrested in NYC for Kidnapping, Rape, Murder of Sierra/Simon Bush

Boise police received information Dec. 7 that Bruce Marchant was in a New York hospital, prompting detectives to fly east to assist in his arrest.

Idaho Sends License Revocation Notice to Northwest Children's Home

"The Department identified numerous severe offenses which placed the children's health and safety at risk and led to the rape and assault of children under its supervision."

Lewiston Police Chief Suing Home Depot

Lewiston Police Chief Chris Ankeny filed suit in Nez Perce County Court but, at the request for lawyers representing Home Depot, the case has been moved to federal court.

Boise Weekly, Rediscovered Books Together Again For Fiction 101 Contest Reading First Thursday in January 2017

Join Boise Weekly and Rediscovered Books for the annual Fiction 101 Contest reading party on First Thursday in January.

UPDATE: Ybarra Says Audit of Teacher Evaluations, Revealing Widespread Mistakes, Wasn't Intended to be 'I Gotcha' of Educators

"The State Board takes this function very seriously because the allocation of state funding for teacher salaries is directly linked to the evaluations administrators complete and report."

City of Boise Brings Down Curtain on Proposed Concerts at Ann Morrison Park... For Now

"After thorough review of the [Requests for Proposal] and numerous conversations with our team and city leadership, we've decided to not pursue the concert series at this time."

Lone North Idaho Democratic Legislator Warns of GOP Push for Public Lands Takeover

"Once that land is gone, it's out of our hands for good."

Boise Makes Air Force Shortlist to House F-35 Fighter Jets

The Air Force will conduct two-week site visits at each base in the coming months before selecting two "preferred" and two "reasonable" alternatives in spring 2017.

Video: PETA Stages Anti-Wool Protest in Downtown Boise

The Dec. 7 demonstration, part of PETA's anti-wool campaign, was aimed at holiday shoppers who might be considering purchasing wool products for themselves or loved ones for the holiday season, but might not know about animal abuse PETA says is endemic to the wool industry.

Racially Charged Vandalism Targets Idaho Black History Museum

The Idaho Black History Museum is scheduled to host a forum about race and religious relations in the wake of the election with ACLU-Idaho Monday, Dec. 12.

Radio Boise to Broadcast Radio Race 'My Ecosystem' Stories Wednesday Afternoon

"We provide the equipment and some assistance on production. A lot of people who listen to a lot of radio and are interested in making it—that's who we're trying to reach."

(Over)Time Stands Still: Idaho Employers Ask, 'What Now?'

"The threshold or criteria might change, but be prepared. It's still the right thing to do."

North Idaho College Settles With Alleged Rape Victim

But uses her name (three times) in a five sentence statement.

Drawing the Donald: How Local Artists Are Coping With PEOTUS

"I wish I had more time because [Trump] is a political cartoonist's dream."

Nolan Guthrie

The Zamzows guy talks Christmas trees

Miss Sloane: Slogging Through the Swamp

Caustic election may have doomed this film.

Boise Depot Holiday Open House

The Boise Union Pacific depot remains an architectural treasure and gathering place.

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