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McDonald’s Idaho adds to charity with small change

McDonald’s Idaho have launched a program where customers can, instead of taking all their change, they can “round up” to the next dollar and the balance will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC). This announcement was made on Tuesday by McDonald’s and will replace the old boxes where customers used to be […]

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Idaho

Boise Bike Park is open, here is more info about it

At 10 a.m. on Tuesday, DEC.10., The J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Family Foundation Bike Park will open(soft opening) its doors to the public. The park, located at the base of Boise’s Military Reserve, has been under construction for months and the formal opening ceremony will take place in the spring of 2020. There are trails […]

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Idaho

Kitchen Fire destroys home, displaces family

A fire that started in their kitchen on the weekend, displaced a family of three. Heyburn Fire and Rescue said the fire was brought under control within 20 minutes of their arrival at the home on 2:20p.m on Sunday, but it still managed to destroy the entire house. One person suffered from smoke inhalation and […]

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Crime Idaho

Woman attacked at her Hidden Springs home

A woman from Hidden Springs Idaho was attacked by a 64-year old man from Georgia and was seriously injured. On Friday, the Ada County Sheriff’s Office reports receiving a 911 call from a neighbor who saw a woman in need of help and a man wearing a long coat and carrying a club in his […]

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Idaho National

Kyäni owners, Jim Hansen Sr., his sons, Kirk and Jim and other members of family died in plane crash in South Dacota

Sunday afternoon took the lifes of 9 hunters, coming back from a Thanksgiving hunting trip. Jim Hansen Sr., his sons, Kirk and Jim Hansen Jr., and six others, including two children, died in the South Dakota crash. The Hansens were executives with Conrad & Bischoff, Kyäni and KJ’s Super Stores. Twelve people were on the […]

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Idaho National

Museum of Idaho on a mission!

The Museum of Idaho is on a mission to provide education and entertainment to everyone in east Idaho, regardless of their income. As part of this ongoing endeavour, they have implemented a new program whereby discounted admission is offered to anyone who is part of the the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) program. Jeff Car, […]

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Idaho

Grove Plaza Holiday tree lighting postponed

The 45 foot tree falling down on Thanksgiving night promted the Downtown Boise Association to postpone holiday tree lighting at the Grove Plaza. The reason for the tree falling is not known but enough damage was caused for the tree to be declared unsafe. “Public safety is our main concern so the event is postponed […]

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Idaho

Where to go skiing this weekend in Idaho

If you have been looking forward to skiing and snowboarding, this weekend is your chance. There are several ski areas that will be open on Thanksgiving weekend although some may only operate in limited capacity. Here follows a list of open tracks. Bogus Basin From Friday to Sunday on Thanksgiving weekend Bogus Basin will be […]

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Idaho

New law will see to suspended registration for uninsured vehicles

A new law will be instated in Idaho that aims to reduce uninsured drivers by suspending their vehicle registration. This law will take effect on the 1st of January. Each month,the state Department of Motor Vehicles will cross-check vehicle identification numbers against registered vehicles allowing them to see who has not kept insurance on their […]

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Idaho

Treasure Valley Winter Weather Advisory

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the Upper Treasure Valley, Southwest Idaho Highlands and Owyhee Mountains in southwest Idaho. The advisory will be in effect from 12a.m to 12 p.m on Friday. Snow is expected to accumulate between 1” and 3” with as much as 4” in high elevations and […]