The sixth largest brewer in California’s San Diego County held a soft opening at its new 40,000-square-foot brewery and tasting room in Nampa. Mother Earth, which has about 50 part- and full-time employees, anticipates growing to 75 to 100 employees in Idaho within five years.
Following the recent racist and anti-Semitic vandalism at Boise’s Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial, the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect in New York City brought its play, “Letters from Anne and Martin,” to Boise State for a free performance on May 24 at the Special Events Center. New York-based actors Alexandra Gellner and Wesli Spencer portrayed Anne Frank and Martin Luther King Jr.
Canyon County Sheriff Kieran Donahue expresses his frustration about not being able to prosecute the Followers of Christ parents who practice faith healing in lieu of potentially life-saving medical care, which some reject as evil. He was the guest of the Idaho Statesman Editorial Board Tuesday.
Three-year-old Evelyn Lewis was unable to stand in mid-May, but her parents couldn't figure out why. After a trip to the doctor's office turned up a tick in the toddler's hair and a diagnosis of tick paralysis, her symptoms disappeared.
Christine Thomas, a musician and artist, keeps a garden on the Boise Bench. It's a life-filled celebration of color and creativity. She's one of the participants in the 2017 Idaho Botanical Garden's Private Garden Tour. The tour is a fundraiser for IBG programs and community projects.
Pat Thornton, longtime owner of Bow Wow Auto Parts on the Boise Bench, explains the lasting allure of Volkswagens. Thornton is closing Bow Wow and retiring after 45 years in business. The shop's last day is June 3, 2017.
A sheriff's deputy was stabbed by the suspect in the altercation Monday night before law enforcement officers shot him dead at the scene. Elmore County Sheriff Mike Hollinshead offered a few more details Tuesday morning.