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NAMPA — The final steel beam was placed atop what is soon to be a new Saint Alphonsus Health System hospital in Nampa on Monday, marking a milestone in the construction of the facility.

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NAMPA — The final steel beam was placed atop what is soon to be a new Saint Alphonsus Health System hospital in Nampa on Monday, marking a milestone in the construction of the facility.

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CALDWELL — Bond has been set at $250,000 for a Nampa man who authorities say escaped from the Canyon County jail Jan. 30 and was picked up a week later with stab wounds.

  • By ALX GEORGE ageorge@idahopress.com
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NAMPA — The College of Western Idaho is seeking funding from the state’s Permanent Building Fund to build a Health Science Building and a Student Success Center to expand its Nampa campus. These buildings are anticipated to cost $79.8 million combined.

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BOISE — Despite on and off winter weather, the state’s water supply for 2016 is still looking positive.

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CALDWELL — Products made by Fiberguide Industries in Caldwell are being used to remove brain tumors and to build telescopes. They are used in DNA sequencing and to help doctors ensure the eyes of babies are developing properly.

NAMPA — A DivorceCare class began Wednesday at the Nampa First Church of the Nazarene and will continue each Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. through the end of April. New students are welcome to join in at any time. The church is located at 601 16th Ave. S. in Nampa.

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With today’s Super Bowl on the minds of many sports fans, and some non-sports fans, I am reminded of how my lack of interest in football has remained a lifelong dilemma.

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CALDWELL — Bond has been set at $250,000 for a Nampa man who authorities say escaped from the Canyon County jail Jan. 30 and was picked up a week later with stab wounds.

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CALDWELL — A meeting that was scheduled for Friday between Canyon County Commissioners and Sheriff Kieran Donahue to discuss security issues at the Canyon County jail was postponed.

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Facebook says it's cracking down on online gun sales, with a new policy that bars private individuals from advertising or selling firearms on the world's largest social network.

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Kuna will host the 2nd annual community prayer breakfast on Thursday, May 7 from 8:00 am—9:30 am at the 4th Street Gym, 571 W. 4th Street, Kuna. There will be special guest speakers, musical presentations by local musicians and choir, and breakfast catered by El Gallo Giro. Tickets are $10 p…

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Alumni and friends of Northwest Nazarene University began collecting donations in support of the Dr. Thomas J. Oord Graduate Theology Endowed Scolarship today. This scholarship is intended to alleviate some of the burden placed on ministers as they continue their education beyond the Bachelo…

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 Fall 2015 Kindergarten Screening appointments for Maxine Johnson Elementary in Parma may be made by calling the elementary school office at 722-5115, extension 2.   Readiness screening will be held on Thursday, May 21 and Friday, May 22.  All incoming students need to be screened before the…

The first Fast Eddy’s Growler Station opened up inside the Fast Eddy’s Chevron on Ustick Road in Meridian in January 2014 with 24 different beers on tap.  Fast Eddy’s stores on the corner of Ten Mile & Pine and Overland & Locust Grove added Growler Stations in April of 2014 each with…

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What will YOU do for Spring Break? Most students are enjoying their spring break with a vacation, relaxing from school or catching up on missed sleep.  However, Nampa Girl Scouts of Silver Sage Council Troop #324 has provided more than 120 hours of their spring break to community service. 

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Lily-free Easter servicesArtificial Easter lilies will grace the worship spaces at Caldwell United Methodist Church this year for the church's two Easter services. "As beautiful as real lilies are, too many people are bothered by the fragrance of them," said Rev. Kathy Raines, pastor. "We wa…

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