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West Ada School District Announces Highly Anticipated Change For the 2021-2022 School Year

To quote Alice Cooper's classic rock anthem, "School's Out For Summer!" But unlike his song, it is not out forever. And that's fine. Parents are going to be thrilled to send kids back after a full summer of trying to entertain their offspring, myself included. But after a long year of wearing masks in the classroom, nobody is looking forward to that life again. Covid-19 case numbers are down, vaccines are available, and several businesses have already done away with their mask mandates. West Ada County School District however still had a mask policy in place for the upcoming 2021-2022 school year...until now.
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Blacks Creek Interchange to close Monday night

BOISE, Idaho — Crews will close the Interstate 84 entrance and exit ramps at the Blacks Creek Road Interchange (Exit 64) on the night of Monday, June 22 to apply chip seal. Eastbound traffic will be detoured to the Mayfield Interchange (Exit 71) and westbound traffic will be diverted to the Eisenman interchange (Exit 59).
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Ada County homeowners may see first property tax relief since 1980s

BOISE, Idaho (CBS2) — Ada County residents have not seen a property tax cut since the 1980s. But as Ada County commissioners begin their budgeting process, there's a chance that could change. Ada County Clerk Phil McGrane, who is also the county's chief financial officer, says he's recommending $8 million...
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West Ada, Caldwell drop mask requirements

Following a unanimous vote by the board on Tuesday night, the 2021-2022 school year is set to look a little more normal, as trustees voted to return the district to a full school week and remove the face mask requirement that is currently in the dress code.
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West Ada won't require masks for students, staff for new school year

MERIDIAN, Idaho (CBS2) — The state's largest school district will no longer require masks by students and staff for the 2021-2022 academic school year. The West Ada School District on Wednesday says the board of trustees approved a proposal from administrators after a decline of confirmed cases in the district. To date, about 80 percent of the district's staff has received the coronavirus vaccination.
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Suicide Shake Down Run & Rally this Saturday

Join One More Day, the Ada County Coroner, and KIDO Talk Radio for the 2021 Suicide Shake Down Run & Rally this Saturday, beginning at noon at High Desert Harley Davidson. The event will be preceded by a motorcycle run starting at Whiskey River in Nampa starting at 10 am. Registration for the run is from 845am to 945am, and kickstands will be up at 10 am sharp.
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Ada County man arrested for alleged possession of child pornography

BOISE, Idaho (KIFI) – Attorney General Lawrence Wasden announced investigators with his Idaho Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Unit arrested a Boise man on Monday for alleged possession of child pornography. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Idaho filed a complaint on June 16, 2021, against 42-year-old Chad...
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Love Your Dog? Keep Them Out of Hot Cars and Hulls Gulch

Police have already responded to dozens of reports of dogs left in hot cars just over the past couple of weeks, which breaks my dog loving heart. Next time that seems like your only option picture putting on a fur coat and sitting in there with your dog, trapped. According to KTVB, from June 1 to June 15, officers responded to 31 incidents of pets left in hot cars, 24 of those were in Boise. If you go back to May when we started getting hot here, officers responded to 60 calls in six weeks in Ada County.