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2015/07/29 18:30
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In the July 15 edition of Boise Weekly, we sat down with Boise Police Chief Bill Bones to talk about a myriad of topics. Near the top of the list was Bones' desire to get going with decentralizing his...
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That big "B" on Table Rock stands for "Boise," but at least once every five years it could (and maybe should) just as easily mean "Basque." The Basque community has given much to the City of...
2015/07/29 10:30
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Chances are you've passed it a hundred times. Boise Cold Storage, founded in the early 1900s, covers more than 60,000 square feet between 15th Street and Americana Boulevard. Between housing tons of...
2015/07/29 10:30
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Elmore County will play host to some of country music’s biggest stars—and one guy on his way to joining their ranks. Before Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton and Florida Georgia Line go on stage during the...
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Apartment No. 104 is the only unit at the Parkhill apartment complex that has a white front door. It is brand new, installed after the old one—which was brown—was kicked down by Boise police in a...
2015/07/28 19:30
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When Kyme Graziano found out that the Bureau of Land Management's Four Rivers Field Manager, Tate Fischer, made the decision to close Skinny Dipper Hot Springs—a popular soak spot four miles east of...
2015/07/27 21:30
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Idaho's congressmen have been introducing bills to the U.S. Congress for the past ten years, trying to garner Wilderness protection for the Boulder-White Clouds. Time and time again, the bills have...
2015/07/26 20:30
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The Idaho Department of Fish and Game gave 160 white sturgeon living in a lake near Jerome a "new lease on life and a chance to make up for past deeds," according to a July 24 Fish and Game news...
2015/07/24 21:30
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With less than 24 hours before the U.S. Youth Soccer Championship final in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Idaho’s U-19 girls FC NovaNationals team is preparing to be the first from the Gem State to contend for a...
2015/07/24 20:30
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A familiar smell of paint has been filling a number of rooms inside the Boise offices of the the Women's and Children's Alliance on the corner of Washington and Eighth streets. And just outside, a...
2015/07/23 04:30
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Courtroom No. 1 of the U.S. Courthouse in Boise was the scene of several hours of shocking and often emotional testimony July 22, as a steady stream of clinicians, prison officials, prisoners and a...
2015/07/22 12:30
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All the news that's fit to print isn't always the news that the Idaho Department of Correction sees fit to read. That may be why the warden at the Idaho State Correctional Institution, the largest and...
2015/07/22 10:30
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Derek Farr spent six years as a reporter in Pennsylvania and western Wyoming before he decided that journalism wasn't exactly his thing. Covering the energy industry in Wyoming, he came to the...
2015/07/22 10:30
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While independent, alternative weeklies like Boise Weekly might seem like one-off outgrowths of individual communities, most of us are actually connected through a trade organization called the...
2015/07/20 21:30
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After years of preparation, the match against the Basque soccer team Athletic Club de Bilbao and Club Tijuana Xoloitzcuintles de Caliente, from Baja California, Mexico, finally played out on the...
2015/07/19 17:30
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Past hearbreaks and hopes for the future were center stage at the Boise Library's July 18 conversation, "Global Boise: Meet Your New Neighbors," at the library's Hillcrest branch. The event, part of...
2015/07/16 22:30
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Pointing to what it calls an a lackluster focus on managed dental care and an inappropriately high level of detntal crises spilling into emergency rooms, many of them at taxpayers expense, a Pacific...
2015/07/15 19:30
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Understanding that the need for their services has never been greater, officials at Terry Reilly Health Service are an impatient bunch. Seconds before breaking ground on its newest health clinic,...
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2015/07/15 10:30
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The Boise Office of the Community Ombudsman is no more—at least in name. The Boise City Council voted unanimously July 7 to rename the unit the Office of Police Oversight, now a part-time permanent...
2015/07/15 10:30
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This is the "crime and punishment" edition of Boise Weekly. Through a series of coincidences, we found a fair bit of our coverage this week hinging on cops, courts and prisons. Boise Weekly News...
2015/07/29 18:30
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