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  • Boise gets ready to drop a potato for the new year

    Workers and vendors prepare for the third annual Idaho Potato Drop Thursday. The free party is open to the public and was moved to the Idaho Statehouse lawn this year. There will be fireworks, food vendors and activities. Parts of Bannock Street, Capitol Boulevard, Jefferson Street and Idaho Street were shut down for the event.

Boise gets ready to drop a potato for the new year

Workers and vendors prepare for the third annual Idaho Potato Drop Thursday. The free party is open to the public and was moved to the Idaho Statehouse lawn this year. There will be fireworks, food vendors and activities. Parts of Bannock Street, Capitol Boulevard, Jefferson Street and Idaho Street were shut down for the event.
Erin Fenner efenner@idahostatesman.com