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Boise’s Fisher elected ASUI president, aspires to higher office

Former Boise High Student Body President Nate Fisher has been elected president of the Associated Students of the University of Idaho. He begins his one-year term April 30. He aspires to follow in the tradition of other ASUI presidents who

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Rand Paul — leader in GOP presidential polls — to speak in Idaho

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, who tops the latest poll of Republican presidential hopefuls for 2016, will deliver the banquet address at the Idaho Republican Party’s state convention on June 13. Idaho GOP Chairman Barry Peterson said Paul was invited by

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Son of prominent Idaho Republican Phil Reberger dead at 44

John Philip Reberger Jr., the son of Phil and Nancy Reberger of Boise, died Saturday of a sudden heart attack near his home in Los Angeles. He leaves a wife and two young sons. Phil Reberger, 71, was chief of

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Video out from McClure Symposium on fed budget and impact on Idaho’s local governments

Idaho Public Television has made available two versions of video from the June 21st McClure Center Symposium on Federal Fiscal Issues Impacts on Local Government. The event included two Idaho Republicans taking leading roles in reforming federal spending, Sen. Mike

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Exhibit honoring Sen. Borah holds open house in Boise

Sen. William Borah, Idaho’s longest-serving member of Congress, died in 1940, but his name lives on at Borah High School and in the imagination of countless Idahoans. The legal and public service career of “The Lion of Idaho” will be

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