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2014/10/22 22:30
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Ron Crane will turn 67 years old on Sunday, Nov. 2. But he may be a bit too busy to celebrate; he's in the political fight of his career. Mind you, he's never lost an election. He served 16 years in...
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2014/10/22 19:50
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Idaho governor Butch Otter is trying every legal tactic available to roll back marriage equality in his state, despite the fact that same-sex couples there have been receiving marriage licenses for a...
2014/10/22 11:30
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No, his name is not on the ballot, but anyone who doubts Boise Mayor Dave Bieter's reach into this year's election isn't paying attention. Bieter has another full year in his current, record-setting...
2014/10/22 10:30
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Shawn Keough is used to being the only female in the room. If you're going to be a woman in Idaho politics, you better be used to it. Keough, a Republican state senator for District 1--which...
2014/10/22 10:30
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Wrapping up his Oct. 16 presentation to the Boise Parks and Recreation Board of Commissioners, Land Trust of the Treasure Valley Executive Director Tim Breuer played the part of a wedding...
2014/10/22 10:30
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This week Boise Weekly hits the campaign trail with a slate of coverage ahead of the Tuesday, Nov. 4, election. First, there is BW News Editor George Prentice's profile of the unusually tense contest...
2014/10/21 23:30
2014/10/21 23:30
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Beginning with the scrubbed bike lane pilot project and coming to a head most recently when city and county officials couldn't agree upon the width of general motor traffic lanes in downtown Boise,...
2014/10/21 17:30
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The powder-keg that is the Middle East was the topic of an in-depth conversation between a Boise State University student and former CIA officer Charles Faddis, broadcast on Boise State's University...
2014/10/19 03:30
2014/10/19 03:30
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Alma Hasse, the environmental activist who spent seven days behind bars after challenging a Payette County Planning and Zoning Commission, was finally released from the Payette County Jail October...
2014/10/19 03:30
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... the wake of the historic events that saw Idaho's same-sex marriage ban ruled unconstitutional, veteran Madelynn Taylor has begun the process of securing a spot at the Idaho Veterans Cemetery for the...
2014/10/18 17:30
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The evening's top seller was Ciera Shaver's "Wired World," which went for an impressive $950, adding to a total of $22,589 raised. Proceeds from the auction go toward the Boise Weekly grants program,...
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2014/10/16 00:30
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Time and again, Boise Weekly readers put Renewal at the top of their lists when it comes to furniture. Not only can you get a great deal because all the pieces are gently loved, but it's where to go...
2014/10/15 10:30
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Midway through the Oct. 9 City Club of Idaho Falls debate between Idaho Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter and Democratic challenger A.J. Balukoff, Otter wouldn't budge in his cowboy boots from his long-standing...
2014/10/15 10:30
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At 19 years old, Jesse Maldonado is the youngest city council member in Lewiston history. A graduate of Lewiston High School, he's currently a student at Lewis-Clark Community College, has deep roots...
2014/10/15 10:30
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Yes, the items--such as smoke alarms, 1950s-era pottery and uranium ore rocks--are commercially available to anyone, but that didn't make the discovery that they were being disassembled to accumulate...
2014/10/15 10:30
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In case you didn't notice, we think the Boise Weekly Cover Auction is a big deal. We've been reminding readers about it for months, with everything from Facebook posts and ads to slideshows and...
2014/10/15 10:30
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We like to think of the Boise Weekly cover as a gallery--one that each week features work by local artists. The art comes in every size, shape and medium, from woodcut, engraving and etching to...
2014/10/15 09:30
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Molly Deckart is, perhaps, the least scary person in town; the young mother of three greets you with a huge smile and lovely demeanor. But be prepared to be taken aback when she hands you her business...
2014/10/12 17:30
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At the height of this summer's swelter, Boise Weekly chronicled how a number of the city's homeless were spending many of their days under the overpass near Rhodes Parks on Americana Boulevard, in the...
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2014/10/11 15:31
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Boise Weekly is in desperate need of your help. While we were moving artwork to Gallery Five18 on the afternoon of Oct. 10, we noticed that one of the pictures went missing. It had been placed, along...
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