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Nampa cemetery seeks to reclaim plots that haven't been used for a century or more

NAMPA — Since Ryan Lancaster was hired at Kohlerlawn Cemetery in 1990, he’s heard about unused plots that were taking up valuable space. Read more


Boise councilman unveils animal code overhaul

BOISE — Boise City Councilman TJ Thomson on Tuesday presented a rewrite the city's animal code, a yearslong project for the third-term offi… Read more


Bill would let counties 'opt out' of emission testing if air quality improves

BOISE — A freshman state representative from Nampa wants county commissioners to be able to “opt out” of requiring vehicle emission testing… Read more


Idaho expands COVID-19 vaccine access, requires proof of residency or employment

If you're headed to a vaccine appointment in the Gem State, you'll need to bring proof that you live or work in Idaho. Read more


Kuna secondary schools to stay hybrid; district creates advisory task force

KUNA — The Kuna School District will keep grades 6-12 in a hybrid model for now, after the school board Monday night unanimously voted to e… Read more


Wild beat Sharks 6-2 for third win in a row

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Mats Zuccarello had a goal and three assists, and the Minnesota Wild beat the San Jose Sharks 6-2 on Monday night f… Read more


Baylor back from pause, resumes bid for undefeated season

Baylor is back in its bid for an undefeated season. Read more

San Antonio takes on Oklahoma City, seeks 4th straight road win

San Antonio Spurs (16-11, sixth in the Western Conference) vs. Oklahoma City Thunder (12-19, 13th in the Western Conference) Read more



Ferro: Legislators are all talk, bad action on education

If you’ve ever thought — or even hoped — that your Republican legislators care as much about education as the average voter, last week shou… Read more


Cheers and Jeers, Feb. 23, 2021

Cheers to Saltzer Medical Group for segmenting Covid vaccinations based on oldest age rather than everyone above 65 is now eligible for a v… Read more

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