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  • Jul 18-24, 2007
  • Vol. 16, No. 3



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  • Bieter, Tibbs Show Some Teeth

    Maybe we were speaking a little too soon when we said the Boise mayor’s race was going to be a competition between two nice guys.

    There were some decidedly pointed responses Wednesday afternoon when Boise Mayor Dave Bieter and his challenger, city councilman Jim Tibbs, met at a debate sponsored by KBOI, the Idaho Business Forum and IQ Idaho.

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  • Keep on Voting

    We're seeing some heady activity in the BW online voting booth, and I hope I don't jinx it by saying so.

    Yep, we're trying to help help Koi get a new name, avoid a lawsuit, and perhaps steer clear of unfortunate goldfish references. Oh, yeah, and you might win major buckolas if your name is chosen.

    And I'm glad to see the increase in nominations for the Best of Boise balloting. Keep on voting, if you haven't already, and tell your friends and family to do the same. We're busily compiling our Editor's Picks on these subjects, so it should be a great BOB 2007. Thanks for playing.

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  • Web Roundup

    It's hot, thunderstorms are in the offing and Democratic senatorial candidate Larry LaRocco is trying on the smokejumper hat. Read about it courtesy of Betsy Russell here.

    Idaho Radio News has the beta on who's going to replace Victor Pacania at Boise State Radio, check that out here. And while you're thinking BSU radio, read about their money man Hy Kloc here.

    We got a not-so-happy note from Kip Wills about posting the below item from the City Hall public hotline, and we'll publish it if he gives us permission. Oh, and yeah, we know that Dave Frazier's been posting the caller logs. We know a good idea when we see it. But this guy thinks we're, like, totally unoriginal.

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