Ever the campaign innovator, Democrat Larry LaRocco will kick off the first of a series of live-blogging "events" tonight at 8 p.m. over at the Democratic Web site IdaBlue.
LaRocco has announced his intention to run for the U.S. Senate seat now held by Larry Craig, a Republican. (Sen. Craig has yet to say whether he's running or not.)
Live blogging. So hip. So "now." Will it help?
With a focus on eating raw, enzyme-rich, "living" food, raw foodists seek a plant-based diet that excludes cooked food (which also means those icky cooked carrots we all hated as kids), as well as chemically processed, preserved and pasteurized foods.
Idaho will lose another Supreme Court justice this summer, and not because she's tired of the job.
Justice Linda Copple-Trout told the Spokane, Wash. Spokesman-Review that she was tired of the nasty, bitter campaigns.
This leaves Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter with two seats on the bench to fill. Justice Gerald Schroeder has also announced his intent to retire.
Voters in Ada and Canyon counties combined to vote almost 68 percent in favor of creating a new community college in the Treasure Valley.
They'll be counting the last few stragglers yet this morning, but the rough count came down like this:
Canyon County: 62 percent yes, 37 percent no.
Ada County: 71 percent yes, 29 percent no.
We'll have reactions/discussion throughout the day. Stay tuned.