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Obama visits Idaho

01.22.2015 – 11:12 pm |

POTUS talks middle class, ending gridlock in Congress
According to President Barack Obama, the bluest place in Idaho is in Boise State University’s Albertsons Stadium, which is known for its deep blue football turf.
But, he said …

Working on wellness

01.22.2015 – 10:13 pm |

Six-week Vandal Fitness Challenge begins Jan. 29
Many people want to incorporate healthier living into their lifestyle, but sometimes lack the motivation to do so. Katherine Pope, ASUI Recreation Board chair, said the annual Vandal Fitness …

The right space

01.22.2015 – 10:09 pm |

Renovations begin on UI law center in Boise 
Renovations are slated to begin on the old Ada County Courthouse this month in preparation for the new Idaho Law and Justice Learning Center — the future home …

Burnett looks back

01.22.2015 – 10:07 pm |

Former law dean a visionary for new law center
Don Burnett always had big plans for the old Ada County Courthouse.

“Every time I went down to Boise I’d walk past that building and I’d thought ‘Boy, …

Police log

01.22.2015 – 9:59 pm |

Tuesday, Jan. 20
2:49 a.m. 500 block South Asbury Street
Police arrested a 34-year-old female for vehicle break-in resulting in more than $1,000 worth of damage. Charged with burglary and felony malicious injury to property.

Modeling Ebola problems

01.22.2015 – 9:55 pm |

Researchers study Ebola issues using computer model
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is an issue that can seem far away from a place like Moscow, but for some University of Idaho researchers, it’s as close …

Learning to become an ally

01.22.2015 – 9:15 pm |

The LGBTQA Office to host panel discussion, supporting equality
In the LGBTQA community, there is a debate about what the ‘A’ actually represents. Some argue it stands for asexual while others believe it stands for ally. 

A book to call their own

01.22.2015 – 8:37 pm |

 Nonprofit to host spaghetti feed for youth literacy
Imagination is an essential part of childhood, and schoolteachers across the county agree creativity can be stimulated by the written word. In Moscow, First Book does its part …

Connecting in court

01.22.2015 – 8:36 pm |

Students act as attorneys, witnesses in UI organization
Arguments are a way of life for members of the Moscow Undergraduate Mock Trial team.
“We’re all about the argument,” said Alyssa Pietz, team spokeswoman. “Our members are …

Unveiling the Bruce M. Pitman Center

01.21.2015 – 9:42 pm |

Making it modern

01.21.2015 – 1:21 am |

6th Street Market gets makeover
The 6th Street Market transformed during winter break, moving beyond the bounds of a convenience store and becoming a community store where there are more food options for students, according to …

New space for future educators on the way

01.21.2015 – 1:10 am |

College of Education remodel, student-centered space
Coming next summer, the building where University of Idaho students are taught to become the world’s future educators will be new and asbestos-free.
Renovations on the College of Education building began …

Rally cries ’the time is now’

01.20.2015 – 11:25 pm |

Add the Words bill to be heard in committee, supporters come together
The House Ways and Means Committee approved the introduction of a bill with a 6-1 vote last week to add the words “sexual orientation” …

Court proceedings move forward

01.20.2015 – 10:28 pm |
Court proceedings move forward

Moscow shooting suspect pleads ‘not guilty’ to Washington eluding charge
The suspected shooter in a series of killings in Moscow Jan. 10 pleaded not guilty Friday to one count of felony eluding in Whitman County. He …

‘I would walk 3,000 miles’

01.20.2015 – 10:23 pm |

UI grad walks across country rewarding acts of kindness
Bundled up with a backpack strapped to his body and grungy from walking hundreds of miles, Tommy Lukrich looked homeless.

Diversity in the media

01.20.2015 – 8:44 pm |

MLK keynote speaker touches on media coverage of recent events
To coincide with the 21st annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day, journalist and president of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) Robert Butler spoke to …

Collaboration for conservation

01.20.2015 – 8:39 pm |

UI College of Law professor Barbara Cosens receives spring research grant
University of Idaho College of Law professor Barbara Cosens will share her experiences as a scientist and legal professional outside of the Northwest as a …

UI students help others

01.20.2015 – 8:37 pm |

UI students traveled over winter break to help struggling communities
University of Idaho senior Courtney Stoker spent her winter break working in Santa Julia, Nicaragua, with a women’s cooperative that operates a coffee planation. According to …

UPDATE: Moscow shooting suspect pleads not guilty to Washington charge

01.16.2015 – 6:45 pm |
UPDATE: Moscow shooting suspect pleads not guilty to Washington charge

The suspected shooter in a series of killings in Moscow last Saturday pleaded not guilty Friday to one count of felony eluding in Whitman County. He also declined to waive the formal extradition process that …

Requesting reimbursement

01.16.2015 – 9:30 am |

Deadline approaching for ASUI funding, student organizations
It’s the beginning of the semester, but it might be the best last chance for student organizations to apply for fund reimbursement from ASUI for club activities and events.

Discussing civil rights

01.16.2015 – 1:41 am |

Human rights breakfast to focus on progression of civil rights throughout time
The Latah County Human Rights Task Force’s 22nd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Human Rights Breakfast will feature guest speaker Robert Butler, who is …

Police log

01.16.2015 – 1:34 am |

Saturday January 10
2:32 p.m. 300 block South Jefferson
Report of an active shooter; criminal homicide at apartment building on the corner of Third and Jefferson.

From Moscow to Mars

01.16.2015 – 1:28 am |

University of Idaho alumna Sophie Milam makes Forbes’ “30 Under 30 in Science” list
Graduation is a time for celebration, especially for the Texas native who not only received her Master’s degree in mechanical engineering from …

Heartbroken

01.15.2015 – 11:17 pm |

Moscow grieves in wake of Saturday shooting that left three dead

A caring soul

01.15.2015 – 11:14 pm |

Terri Grzebielski saved Travis Mason-Bushman’s life. At least that’s how he sees it.
Mason-Bushman had always been relatively healthy, but when what he thought was bronchitis took a turn for the worst at the start of …

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