The location and rooftop venue's simply awesome paired with Boise warm, late nights, and the food can be quite good, though as Aaron mentions some things I've tried verge on microwaved. But the Duke's a solid burger and I hear good things about the rum-soaked turkey sandwich. If you like spicy, try the voodoo fries or the jalapeno margarita!
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The results list doesn't show up in the mobile version of BW's site. If you're looking for the results, tap the desktop version button below.
Here's a link to the usefully-enlarged version of the map (I can't read any of the text in the enlarged version presented by BW here):
By "decreasing the free admission for children ages 3-4", you mean "decreasing the free admission for children from age 4, to age 3."
"the activity of hundreds of the body's genese are altered"
Is this date correct? Boise State's own site says it's tomorrow, Feb 2:
Salt Tears has been open the better part of 2012. Did they take the path they'd have taken with a $50K investment from fans, or did they take a different approach with money from a bank?
The Meridian 2011-2012 and previous years budget are online, and so is Boise's for a comparison. They contain the certified position counts as well as more detailed counts (primary/secondary teachers vs other certified positions.) Although I can't find BW's numbers specifically in these budgets, I can see a way to get to a low-side number for Merdian that's comparable to BW's, and a high-side number for Boise that's comparable to BW's. seekandfind's guess is (quite) well educated!
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