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  • Vol. 17, No. 50
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  • Kevin McTeague
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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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  • Dry Rose

    In the south of France, where they know a little something about heat, roses are the wines of the season.
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  • The Martini Mix-off Winners

    It's another year and another judge's liver for Boise's Martini Mix-Off. With a record number of ties going into the finals, it was anyone's guess as to who was going to win.
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    Cope's a hot mess

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