• Issue of
  • Apr 18-24, 2007
  • Vol. 15, No. 42


  • Otter in Cuba

    Getting to Cuba? Easy. Selling to Cuba? Not so much.



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  • Now, That's a Big Gavel

    Calling all artists, woodworkers and whittlers, now is your chance to be a part of the history of the Idaho Statehouse.

    The Idaho Capitol Commission is seeking project proposals from anyone willing to transform wood from former Statehouse lawn trees into works of art.

  • Tough Luck, Grads

    The man who says he doesn't need to hire another American now will receive an honorary doctorate at Boise State's commencement.

    After getting quoted in Business Week saying "I don't have to hire one more person in the U.S.," and, "I don't have to invest one more dollar here—and we'll be just fine," Micron's Steve Appleton will get his degree at BSU's commencement May 12.

    Sure hope none of those students are business school grads.

  • He's Back!

    BW's first foreign correspondent, Nathaniel Hoffman, just phoned from his home in Boise.

    Over the next couple of days, we'll be looking over photos from Cuba and planning the next installment of his Cuba reports. Looks like we'll have news to break, too. Stay tuned.

  • Young Buck

    We prayed for an interview with Young Buck and we got one. Read here how the G-Unit crew member rose up from the hard streets of Nashville to become one of the the rap game's biggest players.





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