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August 25th, 2014

CHUCKMALLOY In Idaho I am a University of Idaho alum who enjoys following Boise State sports. My golf clubs have “Vandal” headcovers and occasionally I’ll wear a “Bronco” shirt on the course – just to mess with people’s minds and give myself a mental edge. Of course, when I hit a series of errant shots an

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Here’s what public affairs news made the front page of newspapers in the Northwest today, excluding local crime, features and sports stories. (Newspaper names contracted with location) Mental health plan payments in disarray (Boise Statesman) Plans for a Sportsplex Idaho at Meridian (Boise Statesman) Memorial for former G

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August 24th, 2014

BARRETTRAINEY Second Thoughts One of the fastest places in the world to quickly learn new life skills is in the middle of a large street demonstration or riot. Pure fact from someone who’s “been there, done that.” Watching the news out of Ferguson, Missouri, brings it all back. It’s also recreated that eerie fe

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Here’s what public affairs news made the front page of newspapers in the Northwest today, excluding local crime, features and sports stories. (Newspaper names contracted with location) Snake River Adjudication comes to completion (Boise Statesman, IF Post Register, Lewiston Tribune) Many Priest lake lessees walk away (Boi

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August 23rd, 2014

RANDYSTAPILUS Idaho Thirty years ago Idaho was locked in a political civil war. The stakes could not have been higher: Water, and who got to control Idaho’s. I remember the politics of that season, when what mattered was less budget and taxes, or even whether you were a Republican or Democrat. The big deal was ab

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Here’s what public affairs news made the front page of newspapers in the Northwest today, excluding local crime, features and sports stories. (Newspaper names contracted with location) Boise, ACHD bike lane battle continues (Boise Statesman) Travelers with pot taking risks in Idaho (Boise Statesman) August was rainy in ea

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August 22nd, 2014

Northwest Reading Last week we listed the county breakdown of recipients of surplus equipment from the Department of Defense – much of which, in widespread complaint, has contributed to a militarization of police forces around the country. Not all of that equipment, however, has such daunting or military-style uses, a

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RANDYSTAPILUS Washington One place to start in the discussion of a Seattle Times editorial about a particular tax is to point out that it doesn’t exist. That is to say, the “death tax” – of which there isn’t one, at any event. What the paper was referring to, in an August 14 editorial, was the estate

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Here’s what public affairs news made the front page of newspapers in the Northwest today, excluding local crime, features and sports stories. (Newspaper names contracted with location) Lots of students shift from Concordia to UI (Boise Statesman) Profiling Stallings and his House campaign (IF Post Register) Power blackout

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August 21st, 2014

BARRETTRAINEY Second Thoughts Live long enough and that old saw “all things old are new again” will have more meaning. The six communities of Idaho’s Ada County may be about to step into a time warp and make the “old new again.” It appears political bubbling and boiling just beneath the surface could soon bre

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