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  • Sali, Poof!

    Oh, and I was so ready to ask him so many good questions.

    I had been asked to be on the panel of reporters quizzing U.S. Rep. Bill Sali and Matt Salisbury for the Republican primary debate on Idaho Public Television.

    So much for that. Last night, I got word from the IPTV folks that Sali just couldn't find the time.

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  • Mayor's Hotline

    What lurks in the minds of average Boiseans? Apparently dogs, development and, oh, how much we love our moms.

    Check out the latest week in calls to the Mayor's Hotline.

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