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  • Contract in the Works?

    Looks like there may be some movement on the long-disputed Boise Police Union contract.

    Word has it that union members will be voting tonight on whether to accept the latest contract being offered by the City. If it is accepted, there will be a special Boise City Council meeting tentatively scheduled for Wednesday morning to address the issue.

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  • Bye-bye Tommy

    Anyone planning on catching the dulcet tones of Tommy Lee with DJ Aero are going to be disappointed.

    The Aug. 2 concert at the Big Easy was canceled earlier today

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  • Shealy Announces Council Run

    After months of consideration, Boise City Council Member Alan Shealy announced he will run for re-election.

    Shealy filed his paperwork allowing him to collect and spend campaign funds last week, ending speculation over whether he would run the Council, the Senate, or not at all.

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