New Hampshire Primary winners, losers and whiners look like they are poised to forge ahead to South Carolina for their next contests to determine who will earn the right to move into the White House later this year. Robert Ehlert makes some observations about a presidential race that is looking more like NASCAR every day –– especially as it moves at 200 mph through the South.
For Treasure Valley residents, there’s never been a better time to try cross-country skiing. It’s easy to learn, the gear is simple and affordable, and there are miles of trails right out our back door.
More than 150 West Ada School District residents turned out to a public hearing Tuesday as the district's board of trustees wrestled with redrawing boundaries that changed where more than 2,100 students will attend school.
Val and Brian McCauley were foster parents to an infant boy who was removed and placed with another foster family, prior to adoption by an aunt. The McCauleys say they wanted to adopt the boy and the state didn't act in his best interests.