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Though Peterson was among those who fought to close the GOP primary to non-Republicans, he said Friday that he has no criticism of Fulcher's tactic.
David Petersen is currently the superintendent of the North Mason School District in Belfair, Wash.
Science bowl competitions require students to quickly provide answers to complex science problems, much like the old TV program G.E. College Bowl.
Julie Rundberg's achievements include doubling the IBG’s operating budget and completing a comprehensive strategic plan. Guest admission has grown from 60,000 to more than 140,000 annually.
The first Idaho Gives event in 2013 raised more than half a million dollars for Idaho nonprofits. The 2014 fundraiser will take place May 1, but now is the time for Idaho nonprofits to get their names on the donation lists.
Two Boise brothers got a classic rude awakening Thursday afternoon when a massive tree, hollowed by rot, fell onto their second-floor apartment on North Liberty Street.
An office building is under construction on the key corner of Boise's newest urban renewal district.
In a joint budget committee meeting, Sen. Dan Schmidt, D-Moscow, proposed eliminating all funding for the Commission for Pardons and Parole, which approves such things for Idaho inmates, giving them the opportunity to return to society as responsible citizens.
F. Edward Osborne, a longtime Boise resident, served in the Idaho House and Senate after retiring from Ore-Ida Foods.
Police who responded to a burglary alarm at the Taco Time in the 2600 block of Blaine Street in Caldwell early Thursday found a man inside who was on a rampage of destruction. The alarm went off shortly at about 1:39 a.m.