#The University Of Idaho

Boise’s first canal pathway project coming near Capital High School

The West Bench is getting a new paved pathway connecting two parks and hundreds of homes. During her State of the City address last week, Boise Mayor Lauren McLean announced the city’s first project in its ongoing effort to build out a network of pathways along canals around the city. The first effort will be a half-mile connection between Milwaukee Street and Cole Road behind Capital High School.
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Idaho Athletic Communications Adds McCrea to Staff

MOSCOW, Idaho - Colton McCrea has been named the Assistant Director of Athletic Communications for the University of Idaho Athletics. He will serve as the primary contact for men's basketball, volleyball, men's and women's golf, while assisting in the department's digital media efforts. Prior to joining the staff at the...
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Sarah Palin Net Worth

Occupation Politician, Commentator, Writer,Sports Commentator, Television Producer. Some of those questions are: Who is Sarah Palin? How much is Sarah Palin net worth? What makes it so successful? All these questions can be found in this article. She was born on February 11, 1964. Now she is a 57 years...
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Toner, Dave

BURLEY—Frank David Toner (Dave), 74, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2021, at his home south of Burley. Dave was born June 28, 1947, in Burley, Idaho, to Frank Cecil Toner and Clarice Emma Brady Toner. He enjoyed growing up on the family farm where he learned to work hard and play hard with his siblings and neighborhood friends, with almost daily dips in the canal. Dave’s family went on many fishing and hunting trips; the love of nature, animals and fresh mountain air remaining with him throughout his life.
Bonner County Daily Bee

Thomas Leslie Carlson, 68

Thomas Leslie Carlson, 68, passed away on Saturday, September 18, 2021, in Spokane, Washington, from complications of COVID. Graveside funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, October 1, 2021, at the Hope Cemetery in Hope, Idaho. Tom was born on August 14, 1953, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to...

Low-level helicopter flights map mineral deposits near Salmon, Idaho

The result of a geophysical survey in a remote part of eastern Idaho could have economic impacts on the Gem State by identifying locations to extract cobalt and other minerals. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and Idaho Geological Survey (IGS), a state agency housed at the University of Idaho in...

Documentary Film about Kamiah to show

Grangeville, ID -- A short documentary chronicling the 2018 levy campaign in Kamiah, Idaho will be shown at the Blue Fox Theatre in Grangeville on Sept. 25, 2021. Filmed and produced by local journalist Lauren Paterson, the documentary has appeared in nine festivals in the US and abroad, and selected as a finalist in four.
Coeur d'Alene Press

Mayoral candidates kick off forum season

POST FALLS — Voters for Post Falls mayor will have two distinctly different choices Nov. 2. Some of those differences were on display Wednesday when the Post Falls Chamber of Commerce hosted a candidate forum featuring Mayor Ron Jacobson and challenger Austin Hildebrand. The forum focused on growth, the effects...

EHS inducting three former athletes into class of 2020 Hall of Fame

Each year the Eatonville High School Athletic Hall of Fame inducts its new members during halftime of a football game. Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, they were not able to hold the induction ceremony last year. Instead, the ceremony will be held at halftime of the Oct. 2 football game. Friends and family of the inductees are invited to meet and greet the inductees between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Oct. 2 in the Eatonville High School Commons before the football game, which starts at 1 p.m. People planning to attend are requested to bring a mask to comply with the state mask mandate for schools.

What are 'smoke cows' and what do they mean for your milk?

A growing number of researchers are studying how wildfire smoke affects cows. Among other changes, cows exposed to poor air quality produced less milk. Cattle exposed to wildfire smoke and heat stress produced less milk, experienced changes in their immune cells, showed signs of inflammation, and were at an increased risk of disease and mortality, according to preliminary research from the University of Idaho.
Idaho State Journal

She’s a college kid, yes — and an Alaska fishing guide

One thing I love about writing is some of the interesting people I get to meet. I don’t relish in meeting celebrities, most of them are too self-centered. As long as you know that your role is to worship them then it is all good but God forbid if you have something to say. But it is cool to meet someone that is a hero like Marcus Luttrell or Eugene Gutierrez.
Havre Daily News

Obituary - Robert 'Bob' Heppner

Robert "Bob" Heppner, 83, passed away due to natural causes on Wednesday, September 22, 2021, at the Big Sandy Medical Center. Cremation has taken place, and a celebration of Bob's life will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, September 27, 2021, at Holland & Bonine Funeral Chapel with Cody Solomon officiating.

2022 LB Jackson Kink Is An Anchor For Mt. Spokane

2022 Mead (Wash.) Mt. Spokane LB Jackson Kink is a heart and soul presence for one of the best 3A programs in Washington. Right now his Mt. Spokane Wildcats are a cool 2-0, and Kink believes that this is just the beginning of a special season. “There are a lot...

Marshall faculty member discovers new writings by Walt Whitman

HUNTINGTON, W.V. – Dr. Stefan Schöberlein, an assistant professor in the Department of English and the director of digital humanities at Marshall University, along with a colleague from the University of Idaho, Dr. Zachary Turpin, are receiving acclaim in the literary world this month after their discovery of new texts penned by American poet Walt Whitman.