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  • Away, Away, Away Down South in Idaho
  • Away, Away, Away Down South in Idaho

    How the Gem State whistles Dixie in the shadow of flag flap
      "The most Southern places in America, the heart of deep Dixie;that was home to many people who ended up coming to Idaho."
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  • Roadside Distractions: ACHD Memorial Plan Turns Heads
  • Roadside Distractions: ACHD Memorial Plan Turns Heads

    "We think they're an effective way of memorializing the people and saying, 'Hey, people are dying on the streets.'"
      Area cycling organizations have said that the proposed rule would remove memorials that have broad community significance, but ACHD told Boise Weekly that it would establish standards for roadside memorials that protect rights of way.
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  • The Wheel Deal: Is Boise's Future Rail or Rubber?
  • The Wheel Deal: Is Boise's Future Rail or Rubber?

    While Boise builds new terminal, new buses will soon roll on major routes
      "Fairview has always had a challenge with staying on time. So, beginning in August, we're going from every 40 minutes to every 30 minutes."
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  • Are You Smarter Than a 
Fifth-Grader?
  • Are You Smarter Than a Fifth-Grader?

    In search of a better climate to discuss climate change
      "I love the fact that Jack's generation is so hopeful about it. They see a problem and offer a solution. An older generation? They usually throw their hands up in despair."
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  • Too Much Need, 
Not Nearly Enough Rentals
  • Too Much Need, Not Nearly Enough Rentals

    Will Boise landlords and tenants ask for H.E.L.P.?
      "I expected property managers to say they needed a bucket of money to help pay for damage to rentals. Instead, what we heard them say was, 'We have a heart for this but we need your help.'"
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  • Robert
  • Robert

    Since his death in 2009, Robert has remained a grade-schooler in the collective memory of the general public, but to the people who knew him best, Robert is ever-present.
      "To some degree, you have this little ghost following you around, whispering 'You need to work on this' and 'Don't forget about this.'"
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  • UPDATE: Not So Fast
  • UPDATE: Not So Fast

    Boise Councilman curbs proposal to limit fast food near Boise schools
      "I do not believe that limiting new fast food restaurants around high schools will help to achieve my ultimate goal of reducing childhood obesity rates within the city."
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