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‘Benefiting Mother Earth’

04.23.2015 – 9:02 pm |

Wastewater treatment plant in Moscow is improving the quality of water in Paradise Creek
Nestled behind a row of trees, the wastewater treatment plant for the city of Moscow quietly does its job.
Each day, it receives …

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Golf, Sports »

Vandals come up just short of championship

04.24.2015 – 1:52 pm |

Idaho finishes third in Big Sky Championship, three strokes behind champion NAU

Three shots was all that separated the Idaho women’s golf team from the Big Sky Conference champion Northern Arizona Tuesday in Chandler, Arizona.

The Vandals entered the third and final round of the conference championship in second place, four strokes behind Southern Utah. They finished the competition in third place with a 40-over-par 904 and three strokes behind champion Northern Arizona, which shot a 37-over-par 901. Read the full story »

New faces, big replacements

04.24.2015 – 1:48 pm |

Vandals welcome back Dezmon Epps, move players to new positions, look to replace Joshua McCain
Leading an entire football conference in receiving yards is no easy task, but that’s exactly what Idaho wide receiver Joshua McCain …

Linehan, Luton compete for QB1

04.24.2015 – 1:44 pm |

For third time in as many years, Petrino has QB competition
When Chad Chalich made a big play last spring, it was usually Matt Linehan leading the celebration — sprinting down the sideline while pumping his …

Bagels for bustles and hustles

04.24.2015 – 1:32 pm |

When traveling, Moscow Bagel Shop is the place to go
Late night walks during my freshman year often brought me to Moscow Bagel and Deli.
The little shop downtown is hard to spot. It’s tucked away between …

Choosing Chuck

04.24.2015 – 1:28 pm |

Bond Rentals provides students with alternative housing options
Living off campus is a big step for many new students, but for Josh Bacha, a University of Idaho sophomore, the transition was made easier because of Chuck …

‘The living room of Moscow’

04.24.2015 – 1:21 pm |

One World Cafe offers the community more than just coffee
This year marks the 10th anniversary of One World Cafe serving the people
of Moscow.
Sara Pritchett, co-owner of One World, has worked there for eight of those …

Trails for all types

04.24.2015 – 1:20 pm |

Moscow Mountain offers trails for all abilities
While the Palouse is known for its gently rolling waves of wheat fields, Moscow has been blessed with the close proximity of Moscow Mountain and its trails.
Just a short …

Calling for caffeine

04.24.2015 – 1:18 pm |

Dutch Bros. Coffee serves Moscow citizens their much-needed caffeine fix
Carlie Funk loves her job.
She said she loves Moscow summers the best, and she loves the small-town feel.
She came to Moscow from Boise three years ago, …

A place for everyone

04.24.2015 – 12:47 pm |

Garden Lounge serves Moscow community with a smile
After a few years out of the spotlight, the Garden Lounge has reclaimed the Best of Moscow title for Best Bar.
While many would attribute the success of the …

All that jazz

04.24.2015 – 12:28 pm |

The Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival brings people together
What exactly draws people to the Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival year after year?
For some people, it may simply be the music, but personally, the allure of …

Vandal cycling to host Regionals

04.23.2015 – 11:41 pm |

Cycling club prepares to regional race Sunday
More than twenty teams from the Northwest Collegiate Cycling Conference begin their road to the National Collegiate Cycling Championships in Asheville, North Carolina, in two weeks with their regional …

News briefs

04.23.2015 – 10:47 pm |

John Lee preliminary hearing rescheduled for July
At the request of defense attorneys, a preliminary hearing for John Lee, the suspect in a Jan. 10 shooting spree that left three dead and one injured, has been …

Clarifying classification

04.23.2015 – 10:44 pm |

Faculty Senate approves consolidation, explanation on reclassification policy
University of Idaho Faculty Senate approved language additions to the reclassification policy, as well as formation of a committee to assist in the process of compiling documents Tuesday. …

Road trip for sustainability

04.23.2015 – 10:40 pm |

National organization to collaborate with UI Sustainability Center
While most students would probably say they support sustainability, it’s often harder to find people who consistently put the ideas into practice.
“Turning Green,” a national organization that focuses …

Sharing Moscow stories

04.23.2015 – 10:12 pm |

Moscow has a rich history and a story on every corner
Moscow has spunk. As prospective students visit the cozy university community for the first time, it’s hard not to be sucked in by the town’s …

An unfair distribution

04.23.2015 – 10:08 pm |

Proposed CEC initiatives leave some employees behind
It’s no secret the University of Idaho has been bleeding highly qualified, competent employees at all levels for several years now.
It’s not that UI isn’t a great place to …

Otter’s veto is nonsensical

04.23.2015 – 10:05 pm |

I think the recent veto by Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter reflects a culture of archaic and deep-rooted social misconceptions that exist in Idaho.
Otter attempted to halt the Idaho Court systems from issuing marriage licenses to …

A place to skate

04.23.2015 – 10:05 pm |

Palouse Ice Rink begins plans for a permanent building
Chris Storhok loves his job because he gets the chance to watch children learn to skate for the first time.
“I love watching people learn to skate,” Storhok …

Sporting a gender divide

04.23.2015 – 10:03 pm |

Differences between men and women still continue in sports
Lacrosse has a reputation of being a violent, physical sport that requires the stamina and aggression of an action hero. At the end of “Mean Girls,” Regina …

A home for precious paws

04.23.2015 – 9:39 pm |

Moscow Humane Society houses a host of animals searching for a home
While many people seeking to purchase a new pet often turn to places like pet stores or Craigslist, Trina Prickett, a cat technician at …

Picking a pro tempore

04.23.2015 – 9:09 pm |

While well-intended, a bill seeking to amend the process by which the ASUI President Pro Tempore is elected missed the mark, ASUI Director of Policy Tanner Beymer said to the ASUI Senate Wednesday night.
S15-16, authored …

You don’t hate football

04.23.2015 – 8:15 pm |

Football 101 seminar offers chance to try something new
Since the inception of big-time college football in the early 20th century, a debate has spiraled around ivory-clad campus buildings questioning whether or not major athletic programs …

Kick your shoes off

04.23.2015 – 8:02 pm |

The University of Idaho Arboretum deserves recognition for its beauty, serence atmosphere
Too often, we get caught up in the daily tasks of life and forget the important things.
As busy college students, we wake up in …

Food and family

04.23.2015 – 7:55 pm |

Local restaurant La Casa Lopez maintains friendly atmosphere
Mitch Lopez’s favorite memory of La Casa Lopez involved a dinner rush and an argument.

“There was my brother, my two sisters, my mom and dad, one weekend after …

Soul safari

04.23.2015 – 7:51 pm |

Simba and the Exceptional Africans keep the beat alive in Moscow
Simba Tirima was at a conference when a man presented him with a theory about the distribution of IQs amongst races.
In the theory, the …

Friday Fiction: Leaving it all on the table

04.23.2015 – 7:26 pm |

“Two thousand,” his opponent said as he tossed his chips across the table. Jake smirked and called his bluff.
The dealer told them to show their hands.
His opponent had two pair, kings and threes. Jake …