Martin Fujishin and Teresa Moye first met online as part of the same guild while participating in the 'World of Warcraft' online fantasy game. Things got real when they met in person in 2007, when Teresa moved to Idaho in 2008, and when the Fujishin Family Cellars released its first vintage in 2009. Winemaker Fujishin and General Manager Moye have another alliance: they're engaged to be married.
Judges swirl, sniff and taste Idaho wine at the Idaho Wine Competition on Tuesday. Eight national wine experts tried 169 different wines at the event, which took place at Ruth’s Chris Steak House in Downtown Boise and was conducted by the Idaho Wine Commission and Great Northwest Wine.
Co-owner Martha Cunningham explains why the location and terrain of her winery -- located near the Ada/Gem County border in the Eagle Foothills, 3 Horse Ranch is a promising setting to grow grapes and make wine for decades to come.
Mike McClure of Indian Creek winery in Kuna discusses why Snake River vintners in Idaho participate in barrel tasting events the week of Thanksgiving. For more on the subject visit idahostatesman.com/wine
"I am a high school senior who three days ago was worried about which of my friends would receive flowers for Valentine's Day." ... Now, "my main concerns are funerals, gun control and whether or not I am going to be shot wherever I go," says Delaney Tarr, a senior at Stoneman Douglas High School, Tarr spoke to a crowd Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018, at the U.S. Federal Building and Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale during rally for gun control.
Team Tators is one of five Treasure Valley robotics teams that competes in FIRST Robotics, an international high school robotics competition. Last year, the Tators came in third in world championships and this year, they're working hard with a goal: To win it all.
Ben Bennight of D’Iberville contacted the FBI about a comment on one of his YouTube videos in September. That comment was made by someone with the same name as the man accused in the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Florida. Bennight, a staunch supporter of the Second Amendment, said “evil people will do evil things,” and guns are not to blame.
Matthew Klinger, president of Fiberpipe Data Centers in Boise, addresses the need for data centers in today's Internet-based commerce. Klinger is an advocate of state tax breaks on infrastructure purchases and other incentives to attract, and keep, data centers in Idaho.