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Boise State Announces Details for Winter Commencement
Winter graduates at Boise State will get their diplomas on December 18th, at two different ceremonies.
12 Idaho Ski Terms You Need to Know for a Great Season
Skiers have a language all their own, but there are a few words that carry over for non-skiers, like faceplant and dump. Before you head out to shred the pow pow on the red run and try to avoid the pizza slice, make sure you know the jargon.
The Quickest Way to Ruin Your Trunk-or-Treat Event
If you've ever had a dead car battery at the end of a Trunk-or-Treat, you're not alone. But there's one thing you can do to avoid it.
A Nampa Mom Loses the COVID Battle Despite Being Fully Vaccinated
A mom who was also a Nampa School District employee died last week after a three-week battle with COVID-19. She had been fully vaccinated for six months.
Coeur d’Alene Library Rats Are Looking for a New Home
Someone abandoned five pet rats at the Coeur d’Alene Public Library last week, and after dirtying up some books, they'd like to find a new home.
A Boise Artist Just Gifted the City With 12 Paintings
New paintings are on display at City Hall that show iconic Boise buildings including the Egyptian Theater, the Idaho Statehouse, and the Idanha building. They're a gift directly from the artist.
The Controversial Nampa Doll is Still a Huge Mystery
If it's real, it could prove that humans existed in Idaho two million years ago. But some say the so-called Nampa Figurine is nothing but a hoax.
Sought-After Wedding Dates Mean Surprise Bookings at Boise Venues
Sandstone Vineyard and Idaho Botanical Gardens are two of the best small wedding venues in Boise, according to Yelp, and because of once-in-a-lifetime wedding dates, they'll be seeing an increase in mid-week bookings.
A Treasure Valley Pumpkin Farm is Named the Best in Idaho
One of our favorite places to hang out each fall has earned the attention of Reader's Digest as the best pumpkin patch in Idaho. But the pumpkin patch isn't even the thing they're the most well-known for.
Boise Police Are Adopting a Sweet Dog from the Idaho Humane Society
A golden retriever that had been sick for several months has fully recovered, and now she'll become an outreach dog with Boise Police. Today is adoption day for this sweet girl, Clover.