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WILDER — As craft breweries expand in Idaho and across the U.S., the hop-growing regions of Idaho, Oregon and Washington are expanding, too — to record-high levels of acreage.

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MARSING — A 20-year-old man who went missing in the Snake River on Monday afternoon drowned, officials told the Idaho Press-Tribune’s media partner, KBOI 2.

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CALDWELL — The Canyon County Commissioners rejected a settlement offer from the Coalition for Agriculture’s Future on Monday and voted 2-1 to hire an outside attorney to defend their land-use decisions before the Idaho Supreme Court.

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NAMPA — Kathryn McNary paid her title loan with its 450 percent interest rate on time for two years before she missed a payment. One day before she intended to pay the bill, her van was repossessed by the title loan company without any warning.

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CALDWELL — A recall effort is under way against two Caldwell School Board trustees following the removal of Tim Rosandick as acting superintendent of Caldwell School District.

The following people were sentenced in the week of June 22 in 3rd District Court for misdemeanor driving under the influence:

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CALDWELL - Caldwell firefighters responded Friday afternoon to a call about a truck that was on fire at 619 N. 10th Ave. According to Deputy Fire Chief Steve Donahue, the truck was fully engulfed when crews arrived to the scene. The fire crew was able to put the flames out. No one was hurt d…

  • By MATT VOLZ The Associated Press
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HELENA, Mont.  — A Montana man said Wednesday that he was inspired by last week's U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage to apply for a marriage license so that he can legally wed his second wife.

BOISE – A dead bat that was found in a residential area of Boise tested positive for rabies. The Central District Health Department said that the bat was the first this year they have found with the disease.

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…

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. 

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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