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Canyon Springs High School students set college as a goal for themselves.
The Bench, made of sediment left behind when ancient rivers cut through the Valley, was home to many of Boise's first "suburbs."
Canyon County school votes on Tuesday include trustees and a $50 million bond.
Negotiations are underway to land more flights and destinations. The good news? Idaho's biggest airport has 'good bones' to build on.
Fazliddin Kurbanov faces three counts of federal terrorism-related charges.
The population of rainbow trout in the Boise River is healthy today, more than twice what it was a decade ago, said Andy Brunelle, an officer in the local Ted Trueblood chapter of Trout Unlimited. That's thanks to higher winter water flows, protection of riparian areas, habitat restoration and fishing regulations, said Brunelle.
The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan's U.S. activities have been few.
John Ruesser would have preferred to take a few days to consider making an offer on a house in Boise's North End.
Boise school board opening draws 13 applicants. The board will make its appointment in June.
It's graduation season, and this is one in a series of capsules on the graduating classes in the Treasure Valley. Details are provided by the school.
Two Treasure Valley appearances by attorney Alan Dershowitz have been canceled because of illness.
The proposal for new ordinances came after local business owners began complaining about the increased number of panhandlers and disturbances.
On Sept. 20, 1997, Boise Police Officer Mark Stall was killed during a traffic stop when the occupants of the car opened fire on the officers who had pulled them over.
This fountain once stood in front of Boise's original City Hall on the southeast corner of 8th and Idaho. You can make out the fountain in old photos.
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