Since the violent overrun of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 that left seven people dead, Greg Casey has been thinking a lot about what went wrong.
BOISE — The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development awarded $2.4 million in American Rescue Plan Funds for Emergency Housing Vouchers in Idaho.
Idaho Fish and Game has issued a fish salvage order below the Magic Reservoir after the current drought forced the canal company to halt irrigation months earlier than usual.
Ray Johnson, a retired REI jack-of-all-trades employee, grew up “out near Marsing” in the Deer Flat area. “My grandfather came into the valley in 1914,” Johnson said. “It was a great way to grow up.”
The last time I saw Dr. Geoff Williams, in 2006, his foundation to help children with facial deformities was in its infancy. It was’t quite a one-man operation, but it wasn’t far from it.
NAMPA — Treasure Valley residents in the market for a car may have noticed fewer new models available on lots. That’s because a global shortage of semiconductors is forcing manufacturers to keep mostly finished cars on factory floors.
BOISE — The Idaho Workforce Development Council approved more than $1 million in job training grants to Idaho companies and universities, which could help address the state’s skills gap.
BOISE — The Idaho Air National Guard will host six F-16 Fighting Falcons assigned to the 195th Fighter Squadron, 162nd Wing, Arizona Air National Guard, based at Tucson, Arizona, from Monday through June 25.
This is the tale of a “naked” cat — the breed is actually called “sphynx” — a line of clothing created for the naked cat (that boasts international and celeb sales) — and a new beer, named for said cat.
MERIDIAN — Two large parcels of state-owned agricultural land in Caldwell sold together for $36.6 million during an auction on Friday afternoon. Endurance Holdings, LLC, a Meridian-based company, offered the winning bid, according to Emily Mueller, an administration agent with Corbett Bottle…
CALDWELL — Becky Aldrich calls the Caldwell Airport Cafe her home. Where she lives and sleeps is her second.
Our stories connect us in ways that are sometimes not visible to the naked eye, yet those connections can create bonds so strong; they are the ties that bind. When the pandemic entered Idaho, we at Idaho Press told the stories we could, realizing the monumental challenge of attempting to rec…
MERIDIAN — A shipping container turned standalone mobile medical clinic built by student doctors at Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine will soon be sent to Mexico to serve a community living in extreme poverty.
BOISE — Normally in June, during Pride Month, Boise hosts the Boise Pride Festival in the streets downtown.
There are two types of readers in the world during a global pandemic.
JEROME — Along with five other science and technology innovators from across the United States, Hempitecture’s COO, Tommy Gibbons, will join the fifth cohort of Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Innovation Crossroads two-year program in June. As the Southeast’s only research and development pr…
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Trailhead member Ted Kunz aka “the Two-Wheeled Wanderer,” will be sharing his most recent on-the-road experiences at the first in-person Lunch and Learn at Trailhead. Trailhead provides workspace for entrepreneurs and startups in two downtown Boise locations.
BOISE — The Boise School District is responding to a public records request filed by the co-chair of the Idaho lieutenant governor’s school indoctrination task force, but it would cost more than $150,000 to assemble all the records requested by state Rep. Priscilla Giddings.
BOISE — Interfaith Sanctuary is pausing its plans for a controversial new homeless shelter on State Street.
Median home prices in the Treasure Valley increased again in May, with the median home price of a home in Ada County rising above $500,000 for the first time, according to data from the Intermountain Multiple Listing Service.
BOISE — Idaho started doubling camping fees for out-of-staters at its five most popular state parks on Thursday, as required by a new law passed by the Legislature this year, but it will be at least a year before we see if it helps Idahoans get spots in the popular parks — because all five, …
BOISE — Idaho’s state tax revenues in May not only beat forecasts by more than $580 million — they marked the biggest revenue month ever for the state.
Will the father of two and former Idaho Fish and Game biologist Clay Hayes make the cut and survive Chilko Lake, aka Grizzly island, alone to take the $500,000 prize?
BOISE — A 270-unit apartment complex is coming to southeast Boise, near the intersection of Gowen Road and Federal Way.
Idaho’s few COVID-19 cases currently being reported are almost all in unvaccinated people. And in the first six months of 2021, the rate of seniors being hospitalized has drastically declined, sparing some of those most vulnerable to the coronavirus and relieving pandemic-related hospital strains.
BOISE — The dream world for Idaho’s ascendant far right is one where state lawmakers run a sovereign nation-state free of federal oversight. It would be a place where they can outlaw all abortions, dictate what is taught in schools, have complete say over public health rules and gun laws, an…
Originally published June 8 on idahocapitalsun.com.
BOISE — Carol Bachelder traveled by train several times per year to Portland, Oregon, when she was attending art school there in the 1970s. A Boise resident, 77-year old Bachelder said she was “thrilled” to learn the same route could be restored after being discontinued in 1997.
BOISE — Video of a fight outside Tom Grainey’s bar in downtown Boise that led to a woman’s arrest on May 27 is creating a stir in social media where it’s been viewed thousands of times.
IDAHO FALLS — It was a hearing 25 years in the making, a moment several of the participants had only imagined until it was real.
BOISE — On Tuesday, the Idaho Innocence Project at Boise State University and volunteer attorneys from Stoel Rives secured a certificate of innocence for Charles Fain, a man who spent 18 years on Idaho’s death row.
NAMPA — Margie Potter walked toward the Nampa City Council during its Monday meeting. She stood behind the podium and began to talk about the Copper Depot Apartments project she started working on separately from her job with the Salvation Army.
Originally published June 7 on KTVB.com.
The Magistrates Commission for the Fourth Judicial District appointed Michael Dean, an attorney, to the Magistrate Bench in Ada County on June 4.
BOISE — Mike and Tammy Johnston of Dayton, Minnesota, a suburb near Minneapolis, have spent much of their cross-country road trip searching the internet for the lowest gas prices, which have steadily increased along the way.
Two large parcels of state-owned agricultural land in Caldwell are on the auction block Friday, and are expected to draw competitive bidding for potential residential development and sell for more than $6 million.
BOISE — The Boise City Council wants to resurrect a passenger railroad route that once connected Boise to Salt Lake City, Portland, Oregon, and Seattle.
NAMPA — Nampa Mayor Debbie Kling’s son lives in the Tuscany development in Meridian. The development features a mix of houses. Some don’t have yards and some have big yards. The neighborhood has a diversity of housing types, walking paths and shared open space.
BOISE — Ada County Commissioner Ryan Davidson’s March conversation with Magistrate Judge David Manweiler, in which Davidson asked the judge to reverse his decision to issue a bench warrant for anti-government activist Ammon Bundy, did not violate Idaho laws, according to an investigation by …