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  1. Police Blotter: Drug Possession and Lewd Conduct With a MinorRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Boise Weekly

    Boise Police said they took a suspect into custody Jan. 26 on an outstanding warrant from Washington County where he was charged with lewd conduct with a minor. Officers found the suspect in the area of 13th and River streets Monday morning, took him into custody without incident and booked him into the Ada County Jail.

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  2. Latest Round of McCall Cabin Lots Up For Auction Saturday, Jan. 31Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Boise Weekly

    While the McCall Winter Carnival will be going full tilt, on Saturday, Jan. 31, the latest round of auctions of state-owned McCall lots on Payette Lake will be happening in Boise. The 29 lots, which are currently leased and have cabins on them, are valued at approximately $14.4 million in total.

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  3. Police Blotter: Aggravated Battery and Fraud of an Elderly VictimRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Boise Weekly

    A Boise man is behind bars, charged with a felony after allegedly threatening a North Boise resident who said he tried to stop the suspect from breaking into his car. Boise Police said they were called to an alley near State and 32nd streets early this morning.

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  4. Follow Boise Weekly's Coverage of Historic Add the Words HearingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Boise Weekly

    NIne years in the making, Add the Words advocates woke up to what they called an historic day Monday, headed to the Idaho Capitol, and promptly filled sign-up sheets in anticipation of testifying in the first-ever hearing on a proposal that would see the words "gender identity" and "sexual orientation" added to the Idaho Human Rights Act. For the first time during the 2014 session of the Idaho Legislature, lawmakers walked into the Statehouse to see the halls filled, buzzing with anticipation of the hearing.

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  5. Video: Idaho's Esthetic Evolution Releases Mini-Doc TrailerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | Boise Weekly

    For a decade, Esthetic Evolution was one of the Mountain West's biggest electronic dance music parties-a long weekend of music, dancing, costumes, performances and art in the Idaho mountains at Twin Springs Resort. June 2014 marked the "final evolution" Esthetic as an EDM festival after its organizers went on to do other things, but fans of the annual retreat will soon be able to relive the glory days through a mini-documentary made by EE attendee Cameron Jessup from extensive footage he shot during the festival's final two years.

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  6. Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce Endorses Add the Words, UberRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | Boise Weekly

    At 8 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 26, the House State Affairs Committee will hear testimony regarding HB 002-better known as the "Add the Words" bill, which would add "gender identity" and "sexual orientation" protections to the Gem State's 1960s-era human rights law. Members of the committee will hear from many supporters of the bill, including members of the public, members of the Boise City Council, former Boise Police Chief Mike Masterson, faith leaders and civil rights advocates from across the state.

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  7. Ohio Gov. John Kasich Stops in Boise for National Balanced Budget AmendmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | Boise Weekly

    Ohio Gov. John Kasich made a stop at the Idaho Statehouse Jan. 23, but it wasn't to talk about how "Ohio" and "Idaho" sound alike. The Republican governor and possible 2016 presidential contender came to Boise to discuss a national balanced budget amendment that would address the United States' growing federal debt, which is currently just shy of $13 trillion.

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  8. The Toasters Return to Boise Jan. 25 at The ShredderRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | Boise Weekly

    It has been a few years since ska icons The Toasters popped into Boise, so if you were beginning to think they might never return, think again: The Toasters bring their high-energy, high-entertainment show to The Shredder on Sunday, Jan. 25. In an email to Boise Weekly , Shredder owner Justin Cantrell wrote, "It is always a good time when these gents roll through, and people seem to dance their asses off." Cantrell is correct, so go see The Toasters live.

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  9. Making SkyMall's Boise ConnectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | Boise Weekly

    On Jan. 23, SkyMall, which for years was the only in-flight magazine on most major U.S. airlines, turned a page in its 25-year-long career in the magazine-and-sick-bag storage seat pocket when its parent company, Xhibit Corporations, filed for bankruptcy . "We are extremely disappointed in this result and are hopeful that SkyMall and the iconic 'SkyMall' brand find a home to continue to operate as SkyMall has for the last 25 years," said Xhibit CFO and Acting CEO Scott Wiley.

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  10. Traffic Flowing Again on Warm SpringsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Boise Weekly

    More than two weeks after a 50-ton boulder rolled out onto Boise's Warm Springs Avenue , the roadway between East Starview Drive and East Starcrest Drive reopened to traffic today. Once Ada County Highway District Crews had move away the giant boulder they discovered more boulders had been posing a potential hazard to motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians, so they installed nearly 1,200 feet of so-called Jersey rails along two different stretches the Warm Springs Mesa.

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  11. Elysian Brewing Purchased by Anheuser-BuschRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Boise Weekly

    In late 2014, beer giant Anheuser-Busch purchased Bend-based 10 Barrel, which had opened a brewpub in downtown Boise in April 2013. This morning, the multi-billion dollar brewer struck again, adding Seattle-based Elysian Brewing to its list of acquisitions, Capitol Hill Seattle reports .

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  12. BAM Calls on Local Artists to Go IncognitoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Boise Weekly

    Chinese artist Liu Bolin has achieved fame the world over for disappearing into his art. His exhibition, Liu Bolin: Hiding in the City , is coming to Boise Art Museum opens Jan. 31. The artist himself will appear at the art museum on Jan. 30. His paintings and performance art feature Bolin painting himself in picture-perfect camouflage, where he melds seamlessly into ordinary settings-and makes profound statements about the individual's role in society.

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  13. Boise Man Charged With Stealing Doorstep Packages Right After DeliveriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Boise Weekly

    A man is behind bars, charged with a felony, after Boise police say he took packages from Boise doorsteps. On Jan. 22, Boise police responded to a report of suspicious activity on the 6500 block of West Poplar Street January 22nd.

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  14. Rep. Simpson Scales Down, Reboots Boulder-White Clouds Wilderness ProposalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Boise Weekly

    During President Barack Obama's Jan. 21 visit to Boise, demonstrators hoped to get his attention and support for the creation of a Boulder-White Clouds national monument. When President Barack Obama landed in Boise Jan. 20, many hoped his speech at Boise State University might include the mention of a designated national monument at the Boulder-White Clouds.

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  15. Reporter's Notebook: All Eyes on the PresidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Boise Weekly

    Tickets to see President Barack Obama speak at the Caven-Williams Sports Complex at Boise State University January 21 were printed on handsome card stock, and attendees clutched them in gloved hands as they walked past the line and demonstrators, muttering about whether, with a line this long, there was any chance they'd be allowed inside the complex. On their way, they walked past a security checkpoint where unauthorized belongings like coffee cups and plastic bags had begun to form a small butte of trash.

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  16. Add the Words Hearings Begin 8 a.m., Monday, Jan. 26, at Idaho StatehouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Boise Weekly

    It will be a very early wake-up call Monday morning, Jan. 26, for Add the Words activists. But it's something they've been waiting nine years to set the alarm clock for.

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  17. The New York Times and Washington Post Weigh In On Obama's Boise TripRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Boise Weekly

    The nation's top newspapers turned their focus toward Idaho, and particularly Boise State University, in their Jan. 22 morning editions. "Obama Takes His 'One America' Tour to Idaho," wrote The New York Times .

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  18. Reporter's Notebook: Barack Obama, Bullet-Proof Limos and Mayor Bieter Hitches an Impressive RideRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Boise Weekly

    I woke up at 4:30 in the morning on Jan. 21, thinking about my camera lens. It's a cheap telephoto lens I bought online a few years ago, and it doesn't have an autofocus feature.

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  19. Slideshow and Audio: President Barack Obama's Visit to Boise StateRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Boise Weekly

    Boise Weekly's news team covered President Barack Obama, from touchdown to take-off of Air Force One, and his visit to Boise State University's Caven-Williams Sports Complex.

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  20. President Obama in Boise: 'Don't Just Say 'No.' I Want A 'Yes.''Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Boise Weekly

    President Barack Obama told an approving crowd at Boise State University's Caven-Williams Sports Complex Wednesday afternoon that he would admit the clock was indeed ticking on his presidency, but he had no desire to be sitting on the bench. "I may be in the fourth quarter," said Obama, "but here at the home of the team with the most famous Statue of Liberty play in [college football] history, I don't have to remind you that things happen late in the fourth quarter."

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