GARLAND, Texas (AP) — Police shot and killed two gunmen who opened fire on a security officer outside a suburban Dallas venue hosting a provocative contest for Prophet Muhammad cartoons, and a bomb squad searched the gunmen's vehicle as a precaution, authorities said.
Gov. Otter came through for Idaho on Wednesday by calling the Legislature back to Boise to pass legislation the federal government requires before we can use its system for collecting child support from parents out of state and out of country.
Cheers: A great big cheer to all the Nampa first responders, church community and neighbors who responded to our lost 9-year-old grandson. It was a family’s worst nightmare, but luckily after traveling about 6 1/2 miles on his bicycle, he saw a house with lights on, knocked on the door and told them he was lost. A quick phone call home and then retrieval turned an evening of fear into one of rejoicing. Thanks to all!
Meridian, Idaho – February 16, 2015 After three years of actively considering options for Starlight Mountain Theatre, owner R. Ed Davis finalized a partnership agreement with The Bolton Company. The deal, which has been in the works since last September, strengthens the theatre company and allows for growth in the coming years in exchange for an ownership stake.
So, you have heard about the Red Cross holding a Blood Drive and wondered, “What's that all about?” Let me give you a quick overview. Almost every day of the week Red Cross Collection Teams spread out across the country to collect blood. There is a huge need and often blood supplies are very low. The blood that people donate is used in a number of ways to help accident victims, to help fight disease and for medical research.
One of my ancestral lines came West for the mining. There is a family story that my great-great-grandpa shot and killed someone who was trying to jump his Park City, Utah, mining claim. He then turned himself in to the sheriff and was let go.
The Ballet Folklorico Mexico Lindo Idaho dance studio performed at the 2nd Annual Dia de los Ninos at the Nampa Public Library, directed by Monique Michel-Duarte. Over 150 people were in attendance, and each family got to take home a free book.
It’s not very often that people get to have their photo taken in the White House driveway! Caldwell’s Kimberly Lopez and Lorena Rivera are both in that picture, though, and do you know what this means? It means they met the president. So cool for them!
If you’ve lived with your kitchen for a while, chances are you’ve got drawers full of stuff you rarely use and cupboards you just hate. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a well-organized kitchen that makes food preparation a pleasure?
It’s been said sometimes you dig a $100 hole for a $10 tree. While you probably won’t get a tree for $10, taking time to plant correctly will make all the difference in the health and longevity of your new tree.
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Glynis Calhoun and Cyndi Rogers star as the crazy Brewster sisters in Spotlight Theatre’s production of “Arsenic and Old Lace.” The show opens Oct. 11.
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WHAT: Spotlight Theatre and Columbia Performing Arts presents “Arsenic and Old Lace”
WHEN: 7 p.m., Oct. 11 to 13 and Oct. 25 to 27; 1 p.m. matinees Oct. 13 and 27
WHERE: Columbia High School Performing Arts Center, 301 S. Happy Valley Road, Nampa
TICKETS: Call 869-0583, at the door or at the Columbia High School Performing Arts Center, 301 S. Happy Valley Road, Nampa. Hours are Tuesday and Thursday, 1 to 3 p.m. (Ask for Sherri McIlhargey). General admission and tickets at the door $12. Tickets purchased before Oct. 10 with cash or check are $10.
NAMPA — Adults and students will reverse their roles when Nampa’s Spotlight Theatre presents Joseph Kesselring’s hilarious dark comedy “Arsenic and Old Lace” next week. The mentoring theater company has primarily featured young people in their initial performances, but this time around, veteran adult performers are in the limelight.
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BOISE — A group of 10 eastern Idaho potato growers and a shipper have filed a lawsuit seeking to end a quarantine and field testing imposed by state and federal authorities after the discovery of a microscopic pest that led some countries to ban Idaho spuds.
NAMPA — At least three new nonprofit organizations in Canyon County will seek donations from the public during the third annual Idaho Gives event on Thursday — a 24-hour fundraising event for nonprofits across the state.
Residents who live in the area of Lower Pleasant Ridge Road fear that a proposed ethanol plant could lower their property values, spoil their views and bring unwanted traffic, noise and odor to the neighborhood.