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  City officials: Development could get more difficult with new law

Alli Hill and Lanae McCormick of Caldwell are frequent visitors of the Indian Creek pathway in town — taking walks with coffee in hand, bringing family to nearby local restaurants and shopping at the farmers market.
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Idaho House passes bill to eliminate grocery tax

BOISE — An aggressive three-part proposal to eliminate sales tax on groceries, lower income taxes on Idaho’s top earners while hiking the fuels tax by 7 cents per gallon has passed the Idaho House.

  Canyon County Fair website back online after hack

CALDWELL — Visitors to the Canyon County Fair website Sunday night and Monday morning encountered a surprise: Hackers breached the site and replaced its content with a message of their own.

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  Person of interest charged in stabbing incident

NAMPA — Esiel Jesus Oseguera, 18, was arraigned on an aggravated assault charge Monday afternoon in connection with a triple stabbing incident in Canyon County on Saturday night.

Homedale man killed in motorcycle crash

HOMEDALE — A Homedale man died at a Boise hospital Saturday from injuries sustained in a motorcycle crash.

Man hurt trying to avoid deer

A Middleton resident was injured in a crash north of Horseshoe Bend Sunday night, Idaho State Police officials said.
Idaho's REAL ID extension granted, keeping access open to facilities, planes
  Canyon County Fair website back online after hack
Idaho House passes bill to eliminate grocery tax
  Person of interest charged in stabbing incident

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South-central Idaho man in custody after child injured
Police: Idaho man calls 911 a dozen times about bar bill
Supreme Court sides with Idaho in Medicaid pay dispute
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Marks named honorable mention All-American

Boise State senior Derrick Marks was named an Associated Press All-American honorable mention Monday, the Bronco’s first All-American since joining the ranks of NCAA Division I.
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NASCAR's Tony Stewart fatally hits driver on N.Y. track
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  Local roundup: Columbia, BK alums among three additions to NNU baseball
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  Legend Bowden was father figure at Florida St.
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  Lillard, Aldridge lead Blazers past Jazz in Boise
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  LOCAL ROUNDUP: GNAC names NNU’s Davis as baseball player of the week

The Great Northwest Athletic Conference selected Northwest Nazarene second baseman Tyler Davis as one of two Players of the Week, the conference announced on Monday.

  PREP ROUNDUP: Nampa Christian baseball, softball teams pick up wins

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  Yotes pick up a pair of 11-0 wins in sweep

A big afternoon from Chase Miller and a pair of dominating performances on the mound lifted the College of Idaho to a doubleheader sweep of Simpson University at Wolfe Field.

  Vallivue hires Boise State's Lundgren to lead boys basketball team

Vallivue High is looking to a valley native and member of Boise State men’s basketball coach Leon Rice’s program to return its boys basketball team to the state tournament.

  LOCAL ROUNDUP: Skyview alum Anderson makes Big 10 debut

Skyview High alum starting pitcher Toby Anderson gave up three hits and one earned run in six innings on Saturday for the University of Minnesota baseball team in its 2-1 win against Northwestern at Siebert Field in Minneapolis.

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  Shell-game road funding not OK

Well, at least they deserve credit for not adjourning on Friday — their original target date.
  Municipal funding could be key to Idaho’s economic future
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  Taking Islamic terror threat too lightly

An old adage: a bad apple can spoil the whole bunch. Supporting a bad apple or a bad deal can make you as bad or as rotten as they are or the deal is.

  The Crusades, illegals and carbon dioxide

At this year’s Washington, D.C., Prayer Breakfast, the leader of the present administration made comments that we had asked for jihad over 1,000 years ago through the European attacks on Arabs in what has been labeled the Crusades.

  Idaho lawmakers aren’t above the law

To the legislators of Idaho: what makes you think you need to have exemption from legislation that is imposed on the citizens of Idaho? You should have to comply with the same laws as the rest of us.

  Idaho ‘Cross at your own risk’ state

As a new resident of Idaho, I needed to get an Idaho driver’s license. You can imagine my surprise to learn from your driver’s handbook that there is a law that states pedestrians have the right of way in “marked” and “unmarked” crosswalks.

  WALKING FOOTBALL

We knew Landon Donovan’s career was winding down when he wasn’t named to the most recent U.S. World Cup Soccer Team. After he retired in 2014, everyone assumed his competitive playing days were over. However, in the U.K., something interesting is happening in the world of amateur soccer. The Brits call it “Walking Football,” and it has taken the country by storm. It’s designed for men and women (there are “mixed sex” teams) in their 50s, 60s and even 70s who like to go out and have a friendly, but competitive, kick-about.

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