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Elk at sunset near Brood Road outside Moscow. Tyler Gerhring snapped this image March 31. [Read More]
Idaho state Rep. Aaron von Ehlinger, R-Lewiston, has been accused of having "unconsented sexual contact" with an adult intern on the legislative staff in Boise... [Read More]
Industrial hemp became legal in Idaho on Friday, when the 2021 legislative session officially became the third-longest session in state history. [Read More]
Dorothy Henrietta Meyer Schnaible, 93, went home to her Lord on Wednesday, April 14, 2021, at Aspen Park of Cascadia in Moscow, where she had... [Read More]
Paul Abbott, 71, of Troy, passed away Friday, Nov. 27, 2020, at Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane. There will be a celebration of life... [Read More]
James Douglas Weddell "Jim" died Thursday, April 8, 2021, from pneumonia and other complications related to multiple myeloma and COVID-19. He was 73. [Read More]
We once had a cat whose belly seemed ready to drag the ground at any moment with two more bites of food. [Read More]
Skyla Zimmerman of Moscow won the girls' 100-meter, long jump and triple jump Friday at the 11-team Sweeney Invitational track meet at Vollmer Bowl in... [Read More]
For its 2019 finale, Idaho's football team outdueled Northern Arizona 60-53 in overtime — a wowing, defense-optional shootout in Flagstaff, Ariz. [Read More]
Ty France hit a game-ending RBI single, and the Seattle Mariners beat the depleted Houston Astros 6-5 on Friday night. [Read More]
If one had to pick out a single highlight from Washington State's runaway victory Friday, it likely would be Jacob McKeon's sixth-inning grand slam. [Read More]
Driving past the ball fields near my house the other evening, I experienced waves of nostalgia, the stabby kind, the "aw, gee, shucks" heartwarming kind,... [Read More]
Mass shootings have been a hot-button issue and it may be too raw to write about. However, there is an angle that could be far... [Read More]
With spring comes a number of business-oriented competitions, and University of Idaho students are cashing in big, with some teams going home with thousands of... [Read More]
When I spoke to the Moscow Rotary Club recently, I felt great relief that few in the room expected me to focus on professional gardening... [Read More]
It started with four bankers boxes of miscellaneous letters from friends, family and acquaintances. The collection began more than 40 years ago, about the time... [Read More]
Spring is the season of new beginnings — a time of fresh blooms, vibrant colors and baby animals — and at the library, early literacy... [Read More]
Idaho Gov. Brad Little says he will veto two bills intended to curb his power to respond to emergencies like the coronavirus pandemic. [Read More]
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