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  • Dr. Don Coberly and Coby Dennis

    Boise School District administrators on trust, expectations and heroes
      "It's not about us in the administrative offices. It's about the teachers."
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  • Elizabeth Gilbert

    Eat, pray, love... and just about everything else
      "I haven't truly processed what happened because, honestly, I don't know if it's processable. It's more like a phenomenon, and it has no rational explanation. Meanwhile, I go on with my life as sanely and soberly and responsibly as I can."
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  • Levi Cavener

    Teaching students with special needs and how Idaho charter schools can accommodate them
  • Tim Breuer

    Boise Weekly walks the Boise Foothills with the executive director of the Treasure Valley Land Trust
      "Harrison Hollow was one of the most satisfying moments in my career"
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  • Steve Trout

    Architect has designs on Boise
      "Actually, I think we were lucky to be about 20 years behind the times. If you remember the early 1970s, cities all across the country were tearing things down, screwing things up. People here said, 'Time out, and stop tearing down Boise's downtown.'"
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  • Eric Schrader

    Panning for junkyard gold
      I found three pairs of jeans that I paid $6 for and sold for $30,000.
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  • Karen Echeverria

    “Our ultimate goal is always what’s best for our students. How we get there … well, we may not always agree on those issues.”
  • Paula Ekins

    Boise Parks and Rec's queen of the pools
      "We've never had any drowning at a Boise public pool. Have we had near-misses? Yes. Were they 100 percent attributable to parents not watching their kids? Absolutely. Does that mean they had intended for anything to happen? Of course not."
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  • Dave Wagers

    Living the sweet life at Idaho Candy Company
      "I get to do so many different things. It's really fun; and believe it or not, I still like fixing the machines all these years later. Working at Idaho Candy can be a real adventure."
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  • C. Welton Gaddy

    Faith, hope and clarity
      "My first message to the LGBT community is an apology for a church that has been part of such hatred. For one reason or another, none of them valid, churches have told them that they're less in dignity or worth."
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  • Kevin McTeague

      Approximately 70 percent of the sexual assault exams that occur in Ada County are done here in FACES now. We've effectively moved them out of the hospital emergency rooms.
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  • Bob McCarl

    The state of the unions
      "Unions have been abysmal in terms of educating people about the basics."
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