The West Ada School District will no longer contact trace coronavirus cases while there is an active mask mandate in the district, as there is now.
In what has been a tumultuous time for many, food service workers in the Treasure Valley have had to navigate a complicated series of issues — no masks, all masks, long wait times, large guest volume and small staffs. The coronavirus has affected nearly every business and local restaurant, a…
A West Ada School Board meeting began Monday night, inside a sparsely filled board room without talk of pandemic protocols on the agenda.
NAMPA — The weather this winter may just be cold and dry, with slightly above average snowfall, experts predict. According to the National Weather Service, a La Niña winter is expected, although one that is milder than some the region has seen previously.
Idahoans from across the state will get one more chance to share their thoughts with the state’s bipartisan redistricting commission before commissioners shift their focus to redrawing the state’s political boundaries.
Cycle For Independence returns virtually
Ford Idaho Center to host paint night as part of Bright Lights Festival Friday
As staycation season continues for us in pandemic-struck but beautiful Idaho, anglers are grabbing fishing poles, campers and hikers are filling backpacks with protein bars and water bottles (don’t forget the sunscreen) — and hunters, birdwatchers, trail riders and any and all outdoor enthus…
MERIDIAN — Meridian Dairy Days, an annual event that typically draws tens of thousands, was scaled back this year due to COVID-19. But the dairy show and Meridian Dairy Princess competition went on with safety precautions, and dozens of young agriculture enthusiasts went home with awards.
The freshman brother of the senior starting quarterback powered the Meridian football team to victory Friday.
MERIDIAN — There’s a new king of the Mountains.
These past few days marked the season openers for high school football teams across the Treasure Valley. Our photo staff made it out to a few games, see all the action down below. Read all about these games and more at idahopress.com/sports
MERIDIAN — The Owyhee Storm were offered a rude welcome to the 5A Southern Idaho Conference on Friday night at Centennial High School.
MERIDIAN — It took a half for the Mountain View football team to get things figured out, but once the Mavericks were able to figure out a few kinks, there was no stopping them.
The Trump administration removed the watchdog over the $2 trillion fund for supporting businesses and people during this crisis. $2 trillion is an unbelievable amount of money to be overseen by a bunch of Trump lackeys.
People with Alzheimer’s and other dementia and their caregivers are significantly impacted by the current crisis and, although dementia in and of itself is unlikely to increase risk for COVID-19, dementia-related behaviors, increased age and common health conditions that often accompany deme…
The holiday gathering featured family favorites with a twist. My friend infused each recipe with the unique profiles of booze: beer cornbread, beef with wine sauce, carrots in bourbon sauce, salad greens tossed with a champagne vinaigrette, and amaretto apple crisp. However, this feast worri…
Grammy-Award winner Ray LaMontagne will hold an outdoor concert in the Treasure Valley this spring with guest Neko Case.
Idaho Craft Beer Month returns April 2018 for a second year to honor and celebrate Idaho’s craft beer industry. Supported by Idaho Brewers United and Idaho Tourism, there will be events statewide featuring Idaho-brewed craft beer.
Over the course of six Saturdays this spring, Treasure Valley Children’s Theater will present original and interactive performances in Meridian as part of the Imagination Lab program.
The Meridian Symphony Orchestra will present “Water, Water, Everywhere” in concert Saturday.