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    • Flying Signs
    • Flying Signs

      Increase in panhandling reveals new demographic
        No matter where you go now in town now, there are people flying signs. It seems like you can't find a store anymore where there isn't someone out asking for money.
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    • Special Price

      Olympic games will cost the city, bring wave of business
    • Our Right to Live or Die
    • Our Right to Live or Die

      Legislators quietly pass new law amid Schiavo controversy
        The hand of death worked under a bright and broad spotlight last week.
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    • After the Wave

      Three months later, local tsunami aid is still adding up
    • The Profits of Charity

      Nonprofit organizations are benefiting local business
        Idaho's nonprofit organizations are pumping billions of dollars into the state economy, according to new report by the Idaho Nonprofit Development Center.
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    • Journalism 101
    • Journalism 101

      A layperson's guide to digging up dirt
        Welcome to Sunshine Week. This ebullient-sounding moniker has nothing to do with the record high temperatures Treasure Valley has enjoyed of late.
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    • Testing Students, Testing Teachers
    • Testing Students, Testing Teachers

      Is merit pay on the horizon for Idaho educators?
        Back in the day, if you wanted to evoke the ire of a teacher, you'd wad up some paper in your mouth, put it in a straw, and blow as hard as you could when he or she wasn't looking.
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    • Positive Impact
    • Positive Impact

      IBP drags Boise out of the Dark Ages of HIV/AIDS treatment
        Drag queens lip-synching and dancing on stage to disco music. Twenty-something female bartenders donning miniskirts, go-go boots and other sexy 1970s fashions. Bar patrons pounding Jell-O shooters for a dollar. It was a good time for good times' sake, but hedonism had a special purpose last Saturday night.
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    • Con Ed

      Graduation day for Idaho prisoners
        As the seasons go, graduation day arrived a little early last week. But for the small cross-section of Idahoans donning the traditional mortarboard and gown and walking in step to "Pomp and Circumstance" last Thursday, their diplomas couldn't have come soon enough.
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