Yotes’ catcher Turner named All-American
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Having an 80-pound Labradoodle as a travel buddy means B.L. Ochman can quickly separate the hotels that love dogs from those that just put up with them.
I keep getting emails from stores asking me to complete surveys. I’ve started unsubscribing, but the messages keep filling my inbox. There’s always a promise that I can win something or score points with the store’s reward program. Why am I seeing so many requests to fill out questionnaires …
An article in the first section of the Tuesday, May 26 edition on Page A3 has some serious errors. Titled “Jerky comment gets N. Idaho lawmaker case,” it proceeds to discuss the recent special session and recap the issues around it that raised objections from some constituents.
Dear people of Nampa:
We have been fortunate in Nampa not to have the violence that has been rampant in schools across the nation.
It isn’t often you see anything get unanimous support these days in a highly dysfunctional Congress whose membership, it seems, is more intent on sticking it to members of the opposing party than agreeing on anything.
I have been a teacher in the Nampa School District for 15 years. Aside from my work in the classroom, I have glimpsed into the world of administration to understand that there is always a “bigger picture” that must be taken into consideration when decisions are made.
NAMPA — Lifting a bed pad and opening the hinged metal door beneath it, Eriks Garsvo revealed a coal compartment used to store fuel for the food stove inside a caboose car at the Nampa Train Depot. Inside he found a few pieces of coal, a broken metal shovel and a small pile of cigarette butts.
Congratulations to A.J. Castellanos for being selected as the all-around male athlete of the year in the Press-Tribune’s Sports Stars event. I think you realize what an honor it is to be selected the best male athlete in the Treasure Valley, and a little beyond.
We are losing our freedom and privacy to big government because we have no choice but to submit to the will of government, and a new world order is coming because we have lost all we have fought for. Look around at the businesses that are closing and farms going out of business and the ever-…
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to respond to Maurice Clement’s commentary on wolves in Idaho.
I have concerns about NNU. It sounds to me that maybe David Alexander did have a valid concern: declining enrollment in the school theology program.
ADA COUNTY — The remains of several animals apparently killed by humans in the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area have investigators scratching their heads.
Paul Nettleton will tell you about his family’s 150-year-old ranch from his desk, where he supposedly spends more time since turning over most day-to-day operations to his son nearly two years ago.
You have to admire the gumption Caldwell leaders have when it comes to proposing ambitious infrastructure projects intended to increase the quality of life in the city. If there’s one motto that doesn’t apply to their way of thinking, it would be “Everything is just fine the way it is.”
The Caldwell Farmers Market is in full swing. Local vendors are offering locally grown vegetables, herbs and farm-fresh eggs as well as plenty of plants for home gardeners. During the coming week, make sure that you have your first round of warm weather crops — such as tomatoes, peppers, cor…
I got an email a little while back that had the subject line “Robots invade Idaho libraries.” Boy, was I interested in reading that one. It turns out that more than two dozen Idaho librarians, including some from the Caldwell Public Library, got together to create 3D printed robots in Boise …
You know, someone has to teach these scouts. It's not like a boy puts on a uniform and suddenly knows how to start a fire without making Smokey the Bear angry, how to take care of frostbite without needing to resort to amputation or how to keep the outdoors from becoming humankind's junkyard.
Aging is both inevitable and continuous. The ultimate goal for most people is to age gracefully. Knowing the factors associated with aging skin and how they produce damaging effects is essential in learning to prevent and/or manage it.
ARLINGTON, Va. — President Barack Obama on Monday saluted Americans who died in battle, saying the country must “never stop trying to fully repay them” for their sacrifices. He noted it was the first Memorial Day in 14 years without U.S. forces engaged in a major ground war.
WEST YELLOWSTONE, Mont. (AP) — How does a town expand when it’s surrounded by federal land?
JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — It will take another 14 years of intensive lake trout killing in Yellowstone Lake in order for native cutthroat trout to be re-established to the level sought by managers, new research predicts.
Cpl. Garey Grubbs of Torrance, California, died at the age of 20 in South Vietnam on May 27, 1969. According to the report, the cause of death was multiple fragmentation wounds.
Yet again, a former state lawmaker will strike gold thanks to a quirky little loophole in state law that allows legislators to turn a pittance of a retirement benefit into something extraordinary.
Teachers in 60 Washington school districts have voted for one-day strikes at a time when Idaho teachers are sounding more content than they have for years.