Monthly Archive: March 2018
BOISE — Boise at Home was designed to help the Treasure Valley’s older residents stay in their homes and be independent for as long as possible. But when the organization folded last fall, its members were left to fend for themselves.
TWIN FALLS — Rural fire chiefs who lead their crews into wildfires on public lands say the feds have lost sight of a 20-year-old mission.
HAILEY — The sun has returned to Sun Valley. But homeowners are still cleaning up from water that filled crawlspaces, flooded basements and garages and left mud sitting on lawns beginning with a deluge that started last Thursday.
BOISE — Idaho Walk Bike Alliance will celebrate National Walk to Work Day on Friday. The IWBA encourages you to walk part of your daily commute or if you can, walk all the way. You can also choose to walk from the farthest parking space into your place of work or take a walk on your lunch break — every step counts. The only equipment required for this event is a pair of comfortable shoes.
The Kiwanis Club of Twin Falls presented a $500 check to the Twin Falls Education Foundation. Pictured from left: Ray Parrish, Twin Falls Education Foundation member; Lila Orton, Kiwanis Club President; and Michael Danielson, foundation member.
For Christians, Easter is the spiritual expression of springtime. The timing of Easter is calculated to occur on the first Sunday after the first full moon following the vernal or spring equinox. The annual emergence of nature from the deathlike grip of winter heralds Christ’s resurrection.
If you spot a scam…tell someone. Then tell the Federal Trade Commission.
BOISE — AARP’s Fraud Watch Network and AARP Idaho are joining to help Gem State taxpayers avoid criminal scammers. The Federal Trade Commission reports that tax fraud ranked second in 2017 identity thefts.
BOISE — Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden has signed a letter supporting President Donald Trump’s effort to protect the rights of health workers who object to participating in abortions and other procedures.
SALT LAKE CITY — About 1,000 current and former Mormons marched to the church’s headquarters in Salt Lake City Friday to deliver petitions demanding an end to closed door, one-on-one interviews between youth and lay leaders where sexual questions sometimes arise.