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Web-Exclusive Article: Holistic green
Each year for the past 13 years, Vineyard Boise in Boise, ID, has given away as many as 30,000 pounds of locally grown vegetables to needy families in the community as part of its weekly benevolence program.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
KBCI CBS 2
Boise man charged with terrorism gets new lawyer
An Uzbek refugee accused of terrorism-related crimes in Idaho and Utah has new lawyer who has handled some of the region's highest-profile federal cases.
Drone Aircraft To Study Rabbit Habitat
A group of researchers will use an unmanned aircraft small enough to be launched by hand to study potential pygmy rabbit habitats in eastern and central Idaho.
The Huffington Post
PHOTOS: Sarah Palin Makes Triumphant Return In Studded Snakeskin Heels
Sarah Palin is returning to TV -- and not just any shoes will do. The notoriously stylish former Alaska governor returned to Fox News on Monday morning sporting some statement-making footwear.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
KMVT Twin Falls
Have Potatoes Been Subjected To Price-Fixing?
Eastern Idaho Idaho is the nation's top potato-producing state. Idaho potatoes account for 30% of the nation's supply, but a U.S wholesale grocer based in Kansas is claiming potato farmers nationwide are *illegally* price-fixing their spuds.
Scientists hunt for rabbit habitat - with drones
Scientists in Idaho will be flying military-style drone aircraft over the state's sagebrush sea, not in a bid to find terrorists but to help locate the best habitat for one of West's smallest mammals, the pygmy rabbit.
Scientists hunt for rabbit habitat _ with drones
The flights, overseen by University of Idaho, Boise State University and University of Florida scientists, are meant to help determine whether aerial shots from small, unmanned planes can effectively locate the best areas to reintroduce captive-bred pygmy rabbits into the wild.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity
Frater Allen Derr Enters Chapter Eternal
Frater Allen Derr , former Editor of The Teke Magazine , passed into the Chapter Eternal of TKE June 10, 2013, at the age of 85. Derr, an Attorney from Boise, won a historical case in 1971; The U.S Supreme Court ruled to strengthen anti-discrimination protections for women.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
ID: SMART Transit Grows Fleet
SMART Transit has purchased a new bus for its transportation services in Moscow through a grant from the Walmart Foundation State Giving Program that could one day be used for adding a third route in the city, however, there are still funding hurdles ahead simply to continue current operations next year.
One could assume that Steve Trout has seen it all in Boise. In fact, he usually sees it before anyone else.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Animal lovers raise money at Paw-louse 5-K Fun Run
Almost 150 animal lovers and their dogs woke up early Saturday morning for a run through the University of Idaho campus.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
AOL City Guide
La Quinta Inn Moscow-Pullman
Just 1.9 miles from the University of Idaho, this Moscow hotel features a fitness center and indoor pool.
Idaho attorney Allen Derr dies at 85 - Mon, 10 Jun 2013 PST
Allen Derr, an Idaho lawyer who won a landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling to bolster anti-discrimination protections for women, died Monday in Boise.
Stony Brook adds transfer wide receiver
Former University of Idaho wide receiver Jahrie Level has transferred to Stony Brook, Seawolves coach Chuck Priore announced on Monday.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
Inmate uses electric typewriter to steal thousands of dollars
This photo provided by the Idaho Department of Correction shows Mark Brown. Prosecutors say Brown apparently pulled off a major, years long financial fraud, taking in big corporations, courts and attorneys across the nation, all from behind bars in an Idaho prison cell.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
STEM Program Helps Parents With Children's Homework
A new STEM project in Post Falls is creating tutorial videos to help Idaho parents crack the code when it comes to their children's math homework.
Marc Janes | Admissions criteria not always as obvious as it seems
What happens to your college application when it is received at a college, and what are the "hot spots," the elements that matter the most in the final decision? It's helpful to know this up front, before arriving at autumn of senior year when application season is here and you begin to feel the full weight of requirements, deadlines, filling out ... (more)
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Ex-board member to lead charter school
An environmental company founder who's a former board member at Prairie Crossing Charter School in Grayslake has been tabbed as its new executive director.
Salt Lake Tribune
Recruiting: Women's basketball: SLCC getting a tra...
Lainhart, 5-11, averaged 2.0 points and 2.3 rebounds in nine games last season at BYU-H.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Carbon emissions helping to make Earth greener
THE planet is getting lusher, and we are responsible. Carbon dioxide generated by human activity is stimulating photosynthesis and causing a beneficial greening of the Earth's surface.