• Otter to end quotas

    New liquor license regime will rest with cities, counties
  • Family matters

    Gays, straights, Christians and kids gather to support marriage equality
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  • Not So Lucky on 13th

    Code violations create problems for popular Boise hangouts
      In September's National Geographic Adventure magazine, a full-page glossy photo of The Garage in Hyde Park opens up a seven-page spread on life in Boise. Taken at dusk, the image of the bar's neon lights and crowded patio epitomizes the adventurous outdoor lifestyle the magazine says we Boiseans lead. But as Hyde Park regulars know, the scene National Geographic Adventure captured is long gone, even as the issue hits stands. In fact, the scene outside The Garage isn't much of a scene at all any more, since the City of Boise posted signs saying the building was unsafe to occupy, and shut down inside operations in June.
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  • Why I Ran

    A military deserter explains why he left the Army for Canada
      At the age of 19, Boise native Robin Long enlisted in the United States Army seeking a job with steady pay, medical benefits and a chance to go to college. Two years later, while stationed in a non-deployable unit at Fort Knox, Kentucky, Pfc. Long and a handful of troops from his unit received orders to go to Iraq. But instead of reporting for duty at Fort Carson, Colorado on April 10, 2005, Long went AWOL.
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      Because of space limitations in the print version of BW, our interview with Robin Long was edited for size. Inside, please find the unedited transcript of Rachael Daigle's interview with Long.
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  • Taxing the Public Trust

    A complaint reawakens the case against Rick Yzaguirre
      On July 28, a group of Idaho citizens filed a criminal complaint against Ada County Commissioner Rick Yzaguirre for misappropriating state funds almost five years ago, when Yzaguirre was a business owner in Eagle. But more than that, the complainants also allege that Yzaguirre having to answer for these acts may have been delayed by preferential treatment from the Ada County Prosecutor's office.
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  • Outbreak

    Syphilis festers in southwest Idaho

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