Idaho Statesman columnist Tim Woodward is pretty excited about a new public library. But he remembers being, oh, so excited when the old one was the new library. "Let's not forget all the great things this one has done for us," he says.
The prognosis is good and he's doing fine, but hearing those words "You have cancer" makes one inclined to reflect on life. "Bottom line: I still consider myself a lucky guy," says Idaho Statesman columnist and author Tim Woodward.
Rocky Mountain's Carter Kuehl (5A boys), Hillcrest's Araoluwa Omotowa (5A girls), Twin Falls' Muamer Mujic (4A boys) and Ridgevue's Chloe Barylski (4A girls) won the 100-meter races at the state track and field meet on May 19 at Dona Larsen Park.
Archivists at the Idaho State Historical Society found a 1960s era film about the tunnels under Boise's Chinatown. But the sound could not be teased out. Another version of that film has been unearthed -- with sound and information.
The Human Library is an attempt to help "invisible communities" in Idaho tell their stories. Nine people will share their experiences during 20-minute sessions at the Indigo Art Festival on Saturday, May 19 at Storey Park in Meridian.