Boise trees are more than beautiful: They're important. Here's why.
City forest Bryan Jorgensen should know: Boise trees do some heavy lifting for our quality of life. He explains, while nursery specialist Ryan Rodgers tends young trees at Boise's Laura Moore Cunningham Memorial Arboretum, next to Kristin Armstron
To keep the City of Trees' trees healthy, sometimes the community foresters have to remove trees on the public right-of-way. The city replaces trees two for each tree that is removed, and aims to have a balance of new and old trees.
North End Neighborhood Association volunteers Matt and Sheri Edmond deck out the light posts along Harrison Boulevard with the American flag and the Idaho State flag. It feels good to see the flags, they say.
Combining physical activity and sobriety, Phoenix Multisport is new to the Treasure Valley. The nonprofit offers free sports classes to anyone trying to lead a healthy, sober life. One requirement: 48 hours straight of sobriety. Boise CrossFit do
Hundreds of friends and family members gathered to remember and honor Marilyn Shuler, longtime human rights leader, at a service at Boise State University. Shuler was director of the Human Rights Commission for 20 years.
Bahati Sudjonga, 19, arrived from Congo to be greeted by his brother and sister — and a cheering crowd at the Boise airport. The family had been separated for five months. Bahati was the last refugee with IRC to arrive before Pres. Donald Trump's
A uniquely Idaho celebration, the fourth annual Idaho Potato Drop counts down to the New Year by lowering a glowing potato replica from a crane 200 feet in the air in front of the Capitol in Downtown Boise. That would officially be called a GlowTa
Explore JUMP, Boise's newest gathering place, designed for exploring, creating, playing and thinking outside the box. Take a tour with Kathy O'Neill, community engagement specialist and see what's inside this new building.
K-9 police officers — both dogs and their handlers — from around the state, along with Boise Police officers and the public, gathered to honor K-9 Police Officer Jardo, who was shot Nov. 11 working with other officers to apprehend a violent suspec
Boise Police Chief Bill Bones speaks about the life and career of K9 Police Officer Jardo, who was shot Nov. 11 working with other officers to apprehend a violent suspect. (Two other human officers were also shot.) Jardo died on Nov. 16. A memoria
Featuring a Wizard of Oz theme, more than 1,200 runners took off in the inaugural Onward Shay! Boise Marathon that wound through Boise neighborhoods and the Greenbelt. The race, in memory of Boisean Shay Hirsch, featured Legend runners and Olympia
Toddler Tatum Fontaine was three months old when he was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a cancer that is most commonly found in children. At nine months, the Meridian boy endured high-dose chemotherapy and is now doing well thanks to the stem cell t
Main Street Station will have eight bays for ValleyRide buses. Additional bus space will be available on Main Street between 9th Street and the station’s exit ramp. The station will have a customer service office, restrooms, a bike storage area fo