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10 Little Known Facts About Eagle, ID
Most people would probably guess that Eagle was named after majestic bald eagles, but only Idahoans know what river those eagles lived near. Eagle, Idaho is full of rich history, and those little-known facts deserve the spotlight.
Friday is Another IRS Pay Day for Thousands of Idahoans
Money could hit your bank account Friday and you don't have to do anything. In fact, this will be the fourth time it's happened in 2020, and you have your kids to thank.
9 Amusing Halloween Displays You’ll See Around Your Neighborhood
This is the time of year that we get to see a whole new side of our neighbors. The house might look serene and picturesque from the outside, but then all of a sudden you're face-to-face with a faceless lady wrapped in linens hanging from a tree, and you're wondering if you should bother t…
4 Ways the Worker Shortage is Noticeable in Boise
The "now hiring" signs are out at several Boise businesses that are still in a bind over finding workers, and in some cases, you've probably noticed there are no people where there used to be people. There are at least four big ways the worker shortage will impact your grocery store …
How Boise Can Help Kids Around the Globe This Halloween
There is nothing a kid loves more at Halloween than getting a pillowcase so heavy and full of candy that they have to drag it home, and at the same time, there's nothing a parent loves more than having some sort of healthy benefit from that huge sugar stash. This idea is a win-win.
See if you Know These 5 Forgotten Fact About Boise’s History
You might know that Lewiston was Idaho's capital for a short time before Boise took over, and you might know that the architect behind the design of Boise's capitol building was actually from Connecticut. But there's a lot more to revisit about Boise's past that might surprise y…
Boise Brides Are Hopping on a Surprising New Wedding Trend
Wedding dresses are changing, and Idaho is one of the leading states to hop on a new trend that's being fueled by some of the top designers. It's daring, and we'd love to know if you think it should stay or go.
An Idaho Road Trip That Leads To a Perfectly Haunted Destination
A four-hour road trip across southern Idaho will let you soak in some gorgeous fall views, and when you finish with that relaxing breath of fresh air, you'll arrive at a place so scary that you might have nightmares for weeks. Are you ready?
A Boise Theater is Requiring Vaccines for 12 and Older
After the closure dragged on for 18 months, one Boise theater is getting ready to host live shows again, and vaccines will be required.
A Warning to Use Crosswalks After a Boise Pedestrian is Struck and Killed
A Boise woman was walking outside of a crosswalk when she was struck and killed by a car on West Overland Road last week, and that has sparked the reminder to use crosswalks when you're walking around town.