Bieter, City Hit Pause on Controversial Library Project

“I continue to be committed to a new main library that meets the needs of our community with a fiscally responsible plan."

Homeshake, KeithCharles keep it simple at Boise's Neurolux

The Neurolux got very dreamy on Thursday night, with a lineup ranging from way-out-of-town to local.

First Degree 'Bern'

"If you live in a jungle full of fragrant flowers, you have to stop being so overwhelmed by the lovely smell because otherwise you couldn't smell a predator."

Boise Man is the Oldest Winner of the Mongol Derby Horse Race

The horse race is 1,000 kilometers, taking place over the course of five days.

Army Corps of Engineers: Lower Snake River Dam May Have Spouted 300-Gallon Oil Spill

“In terms of prevention, we are ensuring seals are replaced when needed while working toward identifying improved seal technologies that work better on our aging turbine runners."

'Brave' New World

Boise High changes its mascot amid conversations with Shoshone-Bannock Tribe

The Remarkable Gary Arbaugh

The prodigious runner and water-skier is redirecting his energy after receiving two difficult diagnoses

Frontier Maze

HGT's play 'Men on Boats' is a raucous critique of manifest destiny

Anonymously Single: Mexico

"Why are we so hard on ourselves, but so supportive of our friends? Why do we instantly go to "I'm going to die alone instead I just haven't met the one?" Have you been there? What helps you out of the darkness? Cheers to focusing on the positive not dwelling on the negative."


The Neurolux, Aug. 15

'Screenagers' documentary screening

7 p.m. $10. The Flicks, 646 W. Fulton St., Boise

Basque Museum 22nd-Annual Winefest

5:30-9 p.m. $45-$55. Basque Museum and Cultural Center, 611 Grove St., Boise

Boise Corgi Fest

10 a.m. FREE. Ann Morrison Park, 1000 S. Americana Blvd., Boise

The Western Idaho Fair

Noon. $7. 5610 N. Glenwood St., Boise

Bad Manners

Minerva discusses how to deal with a bad dinner guest


Truestack is available at The Record Exchange for $17.99

PETA Barbecues a 'Dog' in Downtown Boise Protest

"Most people are revolted by the thought of serving up a dog, but no one has problems with serving up other animals."

UPDATED: Hepatitis A Found in a Worker at a Third Treasure Valley Restaurant

A worker at The Frontier Club in Meridian has contracted the illness.

University of Idaho Names First Female Athletic Director

Terry Lynn Gawlik represents a new chapter in University of Idaho athletics

West Nile-Positive Mosquitoes Detected in Star

"I think it's unusual in the sense that we had West Nile in the surrounding counties for a considerable time before we had a detection in Ada County."

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