Eating local — City looks to create food innovation center, distribute local foods throughout community Allison Griffith 10.29.2012
To increase the amount of people in Moscow who process their own food, the city is looking at creating a food innovation center, said Robin Ohlgren, assistant executive director of the Latah Economic Development Council.
The last opium addict — UI collection houses antique pipes of former opium addict Kasen Christensen 10.29.2012
Rock bottom for Steven Martin’s opium addiction was realizing it was the drug or his collection of pipes.
Vandals double up in El Paso–Men’s golf leaves UTEP Miner Invite with team title Theo Lawson 10.29.2012
It took four fall tournaments, but the Idaho men’s golf team finally came away with a team title, finishing ahead of all opposition at the UTEP Miner Invite last weekend in El Paso, Texas.
Seniors end saga with win Madison McCord 10.29.2012
In Erica Hart’s first start as a Vandal, she scored twice to help Idaho defeat Eastern Washington. Four years and 54 starts later, Hart — one of 10 Idaho seniors — scored a brace to lead the Vandals past New Mexico State 3-1 in her last match on Guy Wicks Field.
Blackman, Scheidt dismissed from team–Quarterback, linebacker removed from team for policy violation Theo Lawson 10.29.2012
One week after the termination of head coach Robb Akey’s contract, Idaho starting quarterback Dominique Blackman and linebacker Conrad Scheidt have been dismissed from the football team for violating team rules, the athletic department announced Sunday.
It’s a three-peat–Women’s cross country comes out on top of WAC for third consective year Stephan Wiebe 10.29.2012
For the third straight season, the Idaho women’s cross country team is the best in the WAC. The Vandals won their third consective title in the closest win in WAC history, and Idaho junior Hannah Kiser secured her first individual conference title.
Hallow holidays celebrate the dead – Halloween, Dia de los Muertos remembers souls of dead Kaitlyn Krasselt 10.29.2012
Each year on Oct. 31, scary, skimpy and strange costumes make their way out of the closets, pumpkins are carved and everything gets a little bit spooky. But the holiday, which originated in the Catholic Church, is traditionally the start of four celebrations for the souls of the dead.
WAC Round-up Sean Kramer 10.29.2012
San Jose State 31 Texas State 20 San Jose State is one win away from bowl eligibility after taking care of business at home against Texas State, not that it was easy. Texas State led by as much as a touchdown in the first half and went into halftime ahead 20-17. San Jose State responded […]
25 men, one common goal The Giants are World Series champions. Bet all those ESPN “analysts” who picked Detroit are eating their words right now. –Theo
“For therein is the righteousness of God revealed from faith to faith: as it is written, they just shall live by faith,” Romans 1:17.
Barone-less Vandals win season-opener Theo Lawson 10.29.2012
Without its all-WAC, do-everything center, Idaho men’s basketball coped with adversity and came out of its season-opening exhibition match-up with a victory, downing NCAA Division II opponent Seattle Pacific 77-71 Saturday in Memorial Gym.
Athletes of the week Staff Report 10.29.2012
Hannah Kiser- Cross Country Kiser has been a part of two WAC champion Vandal cross country teams, but the junior had never won an individual crown at the conference championship meet before Saturday morning. The Wenatchee, Wash., native finished sixth and second in the 2010 and 2011 WAC Championship meets. Saturday in Ruston, La., Kiser […]
Lindsey Treffry | Crumbs Don’t let Halloween-party guests fall asleep to “Carrie” or “Friday the 13th.” Keep them alive and alert with spooky-shaped snacks. These recipes have room for error and room for creativity. Pull out the apron and get to cookin’ tasty treats that would even satiate the hungriest of zombies.