Historic Caldwell Renewed
By Sharon Fisher
Founded in 1890, the city of Caldwell originally served as the shopping district for much of the western side of [...]
One Stone tasks students with designing their own education
By Jill Kuraitis
When you hear the phrase “alternative school” do you think of kids with learning or physical disabilities, “behavioral issues,” or, [...]
Boise's love connection with its canines
By Patti Murphy and Jill Kuraitis
If you’re the kind of person who dances with your dog in the living room, makes up songs that feature [...]
Take in Boise's history in the Warm Springs neighborhood
By Kelcie Moseley
Driving down Warm Springs Avenue in Boise is almost an activity in itself, simply for the feeling it evokes in [...]
Exploring the Hyde Park neighborhood
By Cheryl Haas | Photography by Ray J. Gadd
Tucked away in the heart of the North End of Boise, the Hyde Park Historic District evokes the charm and [...]
Health and education at the center of new Meridian YMCA collaboration
By Kelcie Moseley
Local YMCA facilities have always been known as community centers that offer a variety of services to residents, including exercise [...]
The Shoe That Grows bringing international well-being
By Winslow Brokaw
Have you ever looked at people’s shoes and created a narrative based on what you see? I do it often, [...]
Faces of Hope provides a comprehensive safety net of crisis services
By Kate Hull
When facing any form of interpersonal violence—sexual assault, domestic abuse, elder abuse, or child abuse—one of the most invasive, traumatizing [...]
Wine tasting in Garden City
By Torrie Cope
Nine years ago, Melanie Krause found an old produce warehouse in Garden City that proved to be the perfect building [...]
Teaching kids the way it was
By Sharon Fisher
An entire generation of Idaho fourth-graders have a real hands-on experience understanding how pioneers lived: They’ve been through Wagons Ho. [...]