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  • Mar 30 - Apr 5, 2005
  • Vol. 13, No. 39


  • The Future of Radio
  • The Future of Radio

    With technology changing how we consume information, will public radio have a voice in the world of tomorrow?
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  • Citydesk
  • Idaho Downwinders Speak Out Against NAS Study

    A group of Idaho's nuclear fallout victims and their supporters sent a letter last week to Idaho's governor, congressional delegation and the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) in protest of a recent NAS study into the possible effects that new nuclear weapons would have on civilians.
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  • True Crime
  • Teen rights advocate collared for prolific evildoing

    A Nampa woman, once nationally renowned for protecting teens from domestic abuse, now faces a bevy of charges for her own thuggish lifestyle. Barbara Dehl, 49, was arrested with four men for drug trafficking as the culmination of a three-month interagency drug investigation into Nampa's recent bumper crop of high-grade methamphetamine.
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  • True Crime
  • Cyber-fraud gets real time

    A Boise man will spend 18 months in federal prison after defrauding eBay auction-goers out of thousands of dollars. Dell D. Tarbell was sentenced in Boise district court on March 24 for his eBay cyber-fraud transgressions.
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Food & Drink

  • Food News
  • March 30, 2005

    Mai Thai Raises Mega-Money for Tsunami Relief • Larry May Passes Away • Aaargh, Mateys: New Pub & Grill Opens • Goodbye, Poblano's-Hello, Shakers • Wine Tasting at Home with the Traveling Vineyard • Eagle's SunnRooibos Gets Natio
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Rec & Sports


  • Lingo Yarns
  • Holidays for All

    I'm not one to celebrate the Judeo-Christian assortment of holidays. We go through the motions at the Barnes household-dyeing a few eggs for Easter, gifts at Christmas, etc. We do celebrate the nationalistic holidays such as St. Patrick's Day with a beer and enjoy blowing stuff up for the Fourth of July.
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