Monthly Archives: October 2013

A Second Chance At Life

On the Menu: Hamburger Jeff took Tahoe to Big Bun for a hamburger and fries. H.J. and Tahoe enjoyed lunch on the covered patio at Big Bun. It was a bit chilly out so Tahoe chose to wear his dapper

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Idaho media high school football poll Week 9

5A Team (1st-place votes) W-L Pts. Prev. 1. Highland (8) 8-0 40 1 2. Capital 9-0 28 2 3. Coeur d’Alene 5-3 27 3 4. Rocky Mountain 8-1 14 4 5. Eagle 6-2 6 — Others receiving votes: Mountain View

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Posted in Varsity Extra

Halloween guide to the bars in Boise and beyond tonight


Warning: profanity

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Capital football can close out regular season undefeated with win tonight

Capital hosts Eagle at 7 p.m. Thursday at Dona Larsen Park in the final 5A Southern Idaho Conference game of the regular season for both teams. Capital (9-0) has the chance to finish the regular season unbeaten for the first

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Eagle Bike Park flow trail open, but not complete yet

Photo by Roger Phillips I had the chance to ride the new flow trail on Wednesday, Oct. 30. It’s beautifully designed and in pretty good shape for riders, but if you’re a casual mountain biker, be prepared to be challenged.

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Posted in Into the Outdoors

Dia de los Muertos celebration Saturday at Boise’s Sesqui-Shop

  Prepare your calavera costumes and Cempasúchitl flowers; Dia de los Muertos is coming to Boise. The Mexican consulate in Boise, Idaho Historical Museum, Boise City Department of Arts and History, Boise State University and Wingtip Press are putting on an

Posted in Our Towns

Ticket alert: Boise concerts, events going on sale Friday


Third Eye Blind: 8 p.m. Dec. 17, Knitting Factory, 416 S. 9th St., Boise. $35. TicketWeb. Opening: Team. On sale at 10 a.m. Nov. 1 Walk Off the Earth: 8 p.m. Feb. 22, Knitting Factory, 416 S. 9th St., Boise.

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Boise State basketball receiving votes in AP poll; Kentucky is No. 1

The Boise State men’s basketball team is seventh among teams receiving votes outside the top 25 in the first Associated Press poll of the season. Boise State, coming off a 21-11 season and its first-ever at-large NCAA tournament bid, received

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Cornerback Mercy Maston pushes for playing time with Boise State football team

By Chadd Cripe © 2013 Idaho Statesman MASTON EMERGING, LUKEHART’S WAITING SPOT AND OTHER NOTES FROM JIMMY LAKE You can watch the full Lake interview above. But here are the highlights: — On the underneath completions by BYU: “They

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North Star board may revisit duct-tape incident

Jim Miller, board chair of North Star Charter School, said Wednesday he will ask other board members if they want to hold a special meeting to look more carefully into allegations surrounding a fifth-grade teacher who acknowledged duct-taping a student’s

Posted in In The Classroom