Hey Idaho voter! Gonna sit this one out?

Hey you, passionate new voter! Yeah, you. Yes, you’re energized about the national presidential campaign. So will you channel that energy and enthusiasm into local contests being decided May 17? Or will election fatigue or indifference see you sitting at home on Election Day instead of deciding whether to defend or defeat Idaho’s status quo? The cure for feeling left out of the process is to get involved.

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Dig In: Plant spuds without breaking Idaho law 02:20

Dig In: Plant spuds without breaking Idaho law

Cinco de Mayo Margarita from Capitol Bar in Boise 00:46

Cinco de Mayo Margarita from Capitol Bar in Boise

Tour vintage camp trailers 02:18

Tour vintage camp trailers

Doctor demonstrates emergency use of opioid blocking naloxone 04:22

Doctor demonstrates emergency use of opioid blocking naloxone

Kites fill the sky in Meridian at annual festival 02:00

Kites fill the sky in Meridian at annual festival

Angie Smith photographs Boise's refugees 01:39

Angie Smith photographs Boise's refugees

Why Tina Dean says she should not be recalled 00:31

Why Tina Dean says she should not be recalled

Trustee Carol Sayles on why she should not be recalled 00:20

Trustee Carol Sayles on why she should not be recalled

This Boise Tree Has Been To The Moon And Back 00:48

This Boise Tree Has Been To The Moon And Back

Tamarack Bike Park update 01:04

Tamarack Bike Park update

How Eagle softball is handling national hype 01:24

How Eagle softball is handling national hype

Idaho election: Interview with Clive Strong running for Idaho Supreme Court 01:55

Idaho election: Interview with Clive Strong running for Idaho Supreme Court

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In Depth

West Ada trustees facing recall defend their records

Two other targets of the recall already have resigned

Voters will decide May 17 if trustees Carol Sayles and Tina Dean stay or go

Dean and Sayles sat down together with the Statesman to answer questions about the recall

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Dig In: Plant spuds without breaking Idaho law 02:20

Dig In: Plant spuds without breaking Idaho law

Cinco de Mayo Margarita from Capitol Bar in Boise 00:46

Cinco de Mayo Margarita from Capitol Bar in Boise

Tour vintage camp trailers 02:18

Tour vintage camp trailers

Doctor demonstrates emergency use of opioid blocking naloxone 04:22

Doctor demonstrates emergency use of opioid blocking naloxone

Kites fill the sky in Meridian at annual festival 02:00

Kites fill the sky in Meridian at annual festival

Angie Smith photographs Boise's refugees 01:39

Angie Smith photographs Boise's refugees

Why Tina Dean says she should not be recalled 00:31

Why Tina Dean says she should not be recalled

Trustee Carol Sayles on why she should not be recalled 00:20

Trustee Carol Sayles on why she should not be recalled

This Boise Tree Has Been To The Moon And Back 00:48

This Boise Tree Has Been To The Moon And Back

Tamarack Bike Park update 01:04

Tamarack Bike Park update

How Eagle softball is handling national hype 01:24

How Eagle softball is handling national hype

Idaho election: Interview with Clive Strong running for Idaho Supreme Court 01:55

Idaho election: Interview with Clive Strong running for Idaho Supreme Court

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Dig In: Plant spuds without breaking Idaho law

This is Episode 2 of the weekly Statesman "Dig In" gardening video series. Master Gardener Debbie Courson Smith explains why it's a bad idea - even illegal - to plant a potato from your pantry. Also, basic planting tips. (Video by Katy Moeller)
kmoeller@idahostatesman.com
Dig In: Plant spuds without breaking Idaho law 02:20

Dig In: Plant spuds without breaking Idaho law

Cinco de Mayo Margarita from Capitol Bar in Boise 00:46

Cinco de Mayo Margarita from Capitol Bar in Boise

Tour vintage camp trailers 02:18

Tour vintage camp trailers

Doctor demonstrates emergency use of opioid blocking naloxone 04:22

Doctor demonstrates emergency use of opioid blocking naloxone

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