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2014/11/20 22:30
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The now week-long blast of arctic air has triggered some school closures, snarled traffic and brought the temperature down considerably at the Washington County Jail. Boise Weekly was alerted to the...
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2014/11/19 19:30
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Over the course of the fall, workers dismantled the 52-foot-tall river sculpture on the Grove Hotel, facing the corner of Capitol Boulevard and Front Street, in order to repair it. "It's a bit like...
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2014/11/19 13:34
2014/11/19 13:34
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Presuming that there is a copy of the United States Constitution somewhere in the Payette County Courthouse, someone may want to look at it before Wednesday, Dec. 10, the scheduled start of Alma...
2014/11/19 11:30
2014/11/19 11:30
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The first thing you need to know about this story is that there is no bad guy. Yes, there is conflict and even some tension. But the true villain here is time—a century's worth. "Here, take a look,"...
2014/11/19 11:30
2014/11/19 11:30
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Fresh from a historic wave of Election Day victories that left the GOP in power in both the U.S. House and Senate, Congressional Republicans were set back on their heels Nov. 13, when administration...
2014/11/19 11:30
2014/11/19 11:30
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Anyone who has made it a habit to attend local government hearings knows about The Citizen. He or she is always there, sitting in the same seat, waiting to speak his or her mind about whatever is on...
2014/11/19 11:30
2014/11/19 11:30
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Peter Anastos and Robert Franz coincidentally arrived in Boise on the same day in 2007. They had each been tasked to take over the artistic helm at one of Boise's longest-running, best-known arts...
2014/11/19 11:30
2014/11/19 11:30
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Marty Van Ness already knows how she'll be spending much of this Thanksgiving, and it won't be in a kitchen—her husband will be cooking their turkey. Instead, Van Ness will be helping thousands of...
2014/11/18 00:30
2014/11/18 00:30
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In one afternoon, a 21-person panel from the Idaho Community Foundation decided the fate of almost $212,000 to be given to several nonprofits in the lower half of the state. Of 211 nonprofits around...
2014/11/16 05:30
2014/11/16 05:30
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Over the years, Boise Weekly followed Don Gillispie—the embattled CEO of Alternate Energy Holdings, who had a scheme to build a $10 billion nuclear reactor in Idaho—from Owyhee to Elmore to Payette...
2014/11/14 21:30
2014/11/14 21:30
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While school playgrounds sit empty today after more than 100 public and private schools across the Treasure Valley called it a snow day, Camel's Back Park filled with more than 100 kids and parents,...
2014/11/14 21:30
2014/11/14 21:30
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Thursday, Nov. 13, Boiseans saw the first snowflakes of winter, and while for many in the Treasure Valley that means spending a few minutes shoveling the sidewalk and raiding the closet for a winter...
2014/11/14 02:30
2014/11/14 02:30
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First, a reminder: The submission deadline for Boise Weekly's annual Fiction 101 contest is fast approaching. All entries must be received at BWHQ (523 Broad St.) before 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5. Entries...
2014/11/13 18:30
2014/11/13 18:30
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About 15 years ago I saw a patient in his mid 20s who had been feeling poorly for months. His concerned wife finally prompted him to come to the ER. His physical exam was normal and the more questions...
2014/11/12 23:30
2014/11/12 23:30
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While the love we share with our pets is indeed free, the care we insist our pets receive is increasingly more expensive. According to the American Pet Products Association, American pet owners spent...
2014/11/12 15:34
2014/11/12 15:34
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Even in its early design phase, some rather grand plans from the Idaho Humane Society look more like a college campus that a pet care clinic. Sprawling across 10 acres off Overland Road, the proposed...
2014/11/12 12:30
2014/11/12 12:30
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Some familiar names and faces have already surfaced in the next big competition of the Boise political landscape. Shortly after Boise Mayor Dave Bieter announced he would be accepting applications for...
2014/11/12 12:30
2014/11/12 12:30
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Earlier this year, JanyRae Seda saw a small ad calling for applicants for the first-ever Idaho Bureau of Land Management artist-in-residence program. Seda wouldn't characterize herself as being...
2014/11/12 11:31
2014/11/12 11:31
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Boise, and particularly those who serve Boise's homeless community, say the city has a problem with "stuff." And the problem is growing, literally, to the point where community caregivers have adopted...
2014/11/12 11:31
2014/11/12 11:31
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The crack of a strike on a snare drum is unique. It's alarming, even violent; yet with a succession of strikes, the drum creates a frame around a space where musical notes can safely land. When the...
2014/11/20 22:30
2014/11/20 22:30
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