Idaho Agriculture, Dairy Groups Call for Immigration Reform in Hostile Political Climate

Idaho Agriculture, Dairy Groups Call for Immigration Reform in Hostile Political Climate

"If you wave a wand and the labor's gone, Idaho's economy collapses."
Scientists Skip International Meeting Due to Fear of U.S. Travel

Scientists Skip International Meeting Due to Fear of U.S. Travel

“I didn’t know how I would be treated in the airport. For how many days I would stay in the airport — one day, two days — I didn’t know, so I preferred not to come.”
Milemarker: Into New Waters

Milemarker: Into New Waters

Post-punk progenitor Milemarker sails into Overseas
Ada County Commission Approves Amendment to Much-Debated Dry Creek Ranch Development

Ada County Commission Approves Amendment to Much-Debated Dry Creek Ranch Development

"If folks want to break out their checkbooks [to save agricultural land], that's between interested parties," said Ada County Commissioner Jim Tibbs.

Idaho Agriculture, Dairy Groups Call for Immigration Reform in Hostile Political Climate

"If you wave a wand and the labor's gone, Idaho's economy collapses."

Ron Campbell, Animator of The Beatles, Scooby Doo, Flintsones, Coming to Boise With Art Showcase

Ron Campbell's work also included Winnie the Pooh, The Smurfs, Rugrats, Yogi Bear and dozens more, winning him Emmy and Peabody awards.

Ada County Commission Approves Amendment to Much-Debated Dry Creek Ranch Development

"If folks want to break out their checkbooks [to save agricultural land], that's between interested parties," said Ada County Commissioner Jim Tibbs.

Scientists Skip International Meeting Due to Fear of U.S. Travel

“I didn’t know how I would be treated in the airport. For how many days I would stay in the airport — one day, two days — I didn’t know, so I preferred not to come.”

The Word 'Refugee' Has a Surprising Origin

One pamphlet from the time mocks Huguenots as "canary birds naturalised in Utopia" — a reference to a stereotype of Huguenots keeping pet birds in cages in their workplaces. Utopia was, of course, England.

Headlines for Feb. 21, 2017: What to Know

Saints be praised, a new national security chief, Burger King gobbles up Popeyes and what if moviegoers got to select the Oscar winners?

Trump Plans to Deport Anyone Caught Crossing Southern Border to Mexico, Regardless of Nationality

The idea is part of a raft of immigration proposals signed by Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly that are likely to spur international and legal challenges.

Flying M Coffeegarage Will Stop Hosting Live Music

“We’ve been doing live music ten years, so I definitely have some emotions attached to it and feel sad about it."

Headlines for Feb. 20, 2017: What to Know

'Not My President's Day,' register for the Race to Robie Creek, hackers hit two eastern Idaho counties and USA gymnastics tumbling into scandal.

Bowling Green, Atlanta and now ... Sweden? Trump Refers to Non-Existent Sweden Terror Incident

"Sweden? Terror attack? What has he been smoking? Questions abound."

Ukulele Master Jake Shimabukuro in Boise March 5 at The Egyptian

Ukulele wizard Jake Shimabukuro returns to Boise on Sunday, March 5.

Headlines for Feb. 19, 2017: What to Know

Trump in full campaign-mode, holiday closures, another Statehouse immigration bill and Larry Wilmore schools Milo Yiannopoulos: "Go fuck yourself."

Child's Play: Team Trump Rewrites a Department of Energy Website for Kids

Effort meant to inform younger generations about energy and the environment sees sentences reworked and pie charts eliminated.

Headlines for Feb. 18, 2017: What to Know

A record-breaking Idaho flu season, soaring Seattle rents, Idaho motorists may enter the fast lane, border crashers in the north and a pro-refugee bill gets pushback in the Idaho House.

Les Bois Film Festival Expands in Second Year

"Last year, there was just one showing. Now, we're making it a full-day festival."

How to Protect Your Digital Privacy in the Era of Public Shaming

Americans face unprecedented threats to the digital safety of their personal information. We offer nine tips to foil hackers, ransomware, online trackers, data brokers and other menaces.

Boise Brewing and B-Town Bistro Buddy Up for Brewer's Dinner Feb. 18

Boise Brewing and B-Town Bistro are pairing up for a Brewer's Dinner on Saturday, Feb. 18.

Headlines for Feb. 17, 2017: What to Know

Trump may (or may not) use the National Guard to 'round up' unauthorized immigrants, a report on sex trafficking in Idaho, a former Boise International Market vendor finds a new home, a N. Idaho arsonist is indicted and rural counties are facing 'a huge shock.'

'Utter Chaos': ACLU, University of Idaho Attorney Panel Analyzes Trump's Immigration Order

"It's a very inhumane way to carry out enforcement, and the people who suffer the most are children."

Trump Keeps Getting Asked About Anti-Semitism, But He Doesn't Seem to Have an Answer

“Whether it’s intentional or not, when [Trump] misses an opportunity to reject intolerance and to marginalize the anti-Semites, it emboldens them. They hear it as a dog whistle, that what they’re doing is OK."

With The Great Wall, Is China Buying Its Way Into Hollywood?

“If we didn’t have Matt Damon, if we didn’t speak English in the film, then it would just be a purely Chinese film.”

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