The Sports Blog
This blog is devoted to all things sports. Each member of our sports team contributes to the blog, covering topics from BSU sports to highschool and other colleges. Be sure to follow us for regular updates. Our sports staff can be reached at 465-8111 or by e-mail at email@example.com
The sports topic blogs can still be found online, but will no longer be updated. Those blogs are:
Canyon County College Sports
High School Sports Blog
We also provide a platform for members of the community to have a voice. Please see below for a list of blogs from our community partners.:
If you would like your own blog, please email
Vickie Holbrook at firstname.lastname@example.org
Choice in Education
This blog is devoted to education issues, local, state and federal. We will comment on a regular basis on those issues, and the focus of those comments will always be directed to school improvement and the importance of empowering parents with education choice. It is provided by Darrel Deide, Chairman of the Political Action Committee, Idahoans for Choice in Education. Darrel has been involved in Idaho public education for nearly 50 years having served as a teacher, principal and superintendent in Idaho Public Schools. He has also served three terms as a State Senator, serving as Vice-chairman of the Education committee and also served on the Joint Finance and Appropriations committee as well as other committee assignments. Your comments are always invited. E-mail us.
Don't Get Me Started
Machele Hamilton is a wife, mother, painter (structures, not canvas), youth leader, fundraising fanatic, and writer for the Idaho Press-Tribune. A strong, outspoken individual, who looks at life with a practical eye, and a humorous heart. E-mail her at email@example.com.
In Search of the End of the Sidewalk
Michelle Ross, daughter of Milon and Joyce McDaniel of Caldwell, writes a blog from Chengdu, China, where she records her "extraordinary and mundane events of life as the spouse of a Foreign Service Officer." Michelle most recently taught in Marsing as an eighth grade English teacher. Her husband, Thad Ross, taught at Nampa High School and is a past community member of the Idaho Press-Tribune editorial board.