Protests and riots have broken out across America after the police killing of George Floyd on May 25, and Boise resident Keenan Calvin has been watching the news nonstop.

The Boise Philharmonic has had quite a year. Its orchestra has unionized, with the organization and its players reaching a collective bargaining agreement in late January. Add to that the departure of Executive Director Hollis Welsh and a full slate of programming, from the Pops series and m…

St. Luke's Health System has named a new president and CEO, Chris Roth, who took over the top spot on Feb. 1. Roth has worked for St. Luke’s since 2007, and has a total of 30 years experience in healthcare.

Brent Hill spent the last 19 years in the Idaho Legislature, but the Republican senator from Rexburg won’t seek re-election after he serves out his current term, because for him, this is an appropriate moment to step away from the position.

There aren't many Idahoans who have seen the state like Barbara Morgan. For more than 12 days in 2007, she and six other crew members saw the United States from 250 miles up while aboard the International Space Station. Morgan, who began her career as an elementary teacher in McCall, was sel…

No proverbial moss grows under Kris Millgate's feet—even when she's laid up with an injury.

For the last nine years, Holly Harris lived in Juneau, Alaska, where she worked as an attorney for environmental law advocacy group Earthjustice. Before that, she worked for Preston Gates & Ellis (now K&L Gates), a law firm in Seattle, Washington.

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