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Rain, shine or smoke

08.31.2015 – 10:27 pm |

Even in smoky conditions, Farmers Markets draw out local customers

The only way to know bad weather was on the way was by the stinging winds through the vendors’ tents and the uneven smattering of cold …

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Argonaut Radio — Sept. 1

08.31.2015 – 11:51 pm |

Argonaut Radio for Sept. 1 reports on smoke safety, info on a CDC grant for University of Idaho’s College of Natural Resources and hype for the Cross Country meet today in Colfax.

Mixed feelings

08.31.2015 – 10:36 pm |

Faculty react to Staben’s decisions on parenting leave policy

Before last year, new parents employed at the University of Idaho had to split 12 weeks of parenting leave between them. This only met the basic requirements …

Building a team

08.31.2015 – 10:32 pm |

UI sees personnel transitions in upper administration roles

After a year and a half full of position searches and appointment announcements, there is a new cohort of upper administrators running the University of Idaho.
Since UI President …

A cultural experience

08.31.2015 – 10:30 pm |

Cadets to be recognized for summer training experiences

While University of Idaho ROTC cadet Blake Engle was in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, he and a few other U.S. cadets got the chance to attend a World Cup …

Improving logger safety

08.31.2015 – 10:09 pm |

CDC gives College of Natural Resources grant for GPS tracking technology
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention awarded a $825,000 grant to the College of Natural Resources last month to pay for technology in …

Standing with the media

08.31.2015 – 9:36 pm |

The Argonaut prioritizes media solidarity over football access
You won’t see the Argonaut at football practice.
Earlier this month, a spokesperson for Vandal Athletics sent out an email notifying media that football practices would be closed to …

Fire season in the Northwest

08.31.2015 – 8:50 pm |

Idaho fire season longer than in past years
A half million acres have been burned this fire season, according to College of Natural Resources Professor Penny Morgan.
There have been 52 large fires throughout the Northwest this …