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Butch Otter's victory celebration on slickspot peppergrass may have come too early since Advocates for the West will use his argument to list pygmy rabbits.
With the Greenbelt and the Foothills, the Boise River is one of the natural features that distinguishes the capitol city from all others.
Five local graffiti artists hired to paint backyard fence.
Negotiations are underway to land more flights and destinations. The good news? Idaho's biggest airport has 'good bones' to build on.
Control of the auditorium district's savings and motel taxes are at stake in Tuesday's voting.
The Bench, made of sediment left behind when ancient rivers cut through the Valley, was home to many of Boise's first "suburbs."
Canyon County school votes on Tuesday include trustees and a $50 million bond.
On Aug. 14, 1864, Episcopal priest St. Michael Fackler held divine services at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. in Boise's first small adobe schoolhouse. Services were held there because there was not yet a church building in town. The Idaho Tri-weekly Statesman had reported a day earlier that "Mr. Fackler is...
The Idaho Statesman staff won general excellence, Pinnacle and reporter of the year awards in the Idaho Press Club's annual event.