The Klamath River compromise shows that dams can be removed, even when Congress tries to stand in the way. And what happened in northern California and southwest Oregon should be a lesson to both sides of the Snake River dam debate about what can happen to you when you leave the negotiating table.
Boise-based GenZ Technology, which designs efficient crop spraying equipment, will compete in the global round of the Challenge Cup business competition. The company will compete for a chance at part of $1 million in prizes at the global competition in Washington D.C.
Matt Paradis is starting in Sunday's Super Bowl 50, under center for Denver quarterback Peyton Manning, and the town of Council has been celebrating for more than a week.
Paradis played eight-man football at Council High before joining the Boise State football team. This is his second year in Denver.
- The high school celebrated Paradis' postseason success in a pep assembly two weeks ago and sent him a video.
- Last Saturday, Council businesses decorated their storefronts with good luck posters.
- On Thursday, students and staff formed a "61'' in the school gym and sent Paradis the video.
- Also Thursday, students and staff at Council Elementary made T-shirts and had a celebration. His mother, Janice, is a teacher at the school.
"On Super Bowl Sunday, it'll be a safe bet that any party in Council will be a Matt Paradis party. ... The town is definitely buzzing about Matt,'' said Council High Athletic Director David Howe, who along with his wife, are hosting a party. They'll both be wearing 61 jerseys.
Read more about Paradis' Super Bowl journey in Saturday's Sports section.
Centennial High School's Talon Pinckney hits a game winning shot with under three seconds left to play to defeat Borah 38-36 during the 5A Southern Idaho Conference game held at Centennial High School in Boise.
Boise State men's basketball coach Leon Rice and his two oldest sons - Timberline's Brock Rice and Bishop Kelly's Max Rice - talk about the competitive streak that has made Brock and Max two of the top players in the Treasure Valley.