Idaho Humane Society’s legacy of compassion continues
By Patti Murphy
The seeds of the Idaho Humane Society (IHS) were planted about 119 years ago when a group of animal loving [...]
Fun at the Discovery Center of Idaho
By Cheryl Haas
Rockets! Dinosaurs! Slime! The Discovery Center of Idaho, abutting Julia Davis Park in Boise, is a hands-on, STEM-based (science, technology, [...]
Boise embraces e-scooters
By Zach Kyle
If you spend any time in Downtown Boise, chances are you’ve seen Meredith Stead, dressed in high heels and business [...]
The Idaho Community Foundation celebrates 30 years of giving
By Jamie Hausman
In 1992, Ethel and Ronald Rawlinson, a nurse and a doctor from Emmett, Idaho, contributed $500,000 earned in their careers [...]
In its 22nd year, Winter Garden a Glow spreads light and love
By Amy Busek
Frances Bacon once famously said that dark must be present for light to shine brightly. In Boise, hundreds of thousands [...]
The new design addresses emerging library trends
By Kelcie Moseley
Since the 1970s, Boise’s children and adults have wandered the tall orange shelves throughout the main library downtown. The building [...]
Brad Little and Paulette Jordan face off in Idaho's gubernatorial race
By Karen Day
Thomas Jefferson. James Madison. George Washington. Abigail Adams. Betsy Ross. Most Americans regard the Founding Fathers and Mothers with no [...]
Understanding Emma Edwards Green's contribution to the Gem State
By McKenna Koon
Have you ever sat and wondered about the meaning behind the state seal of Idaho? No? Well, that’s not surprising [...]
Albertsons' Market Street Stores offer a new grocery model
By Amy Busek
In the age of content marketing and ultra-personalized customer service, one local retailer is looking to capitalize on this trend [...]
A revamped Idaho State Museum will reopen after years of construction
By Zach Kyle
The public has waited for years to peek inside the bigger and more robust exhibits promised by the Idaho State [...]