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BOISE — Senate Bill 1337, commonly called the “ag-gag” bill, passed through the House with a 56-14 vote Wednesday, and was signed into law by Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter two days later.
Passing the torch — After six terms in office, County Clerk, Auditor and Recorder Susan Petersen will not seek re-election
Susan Petersen has worked as Latah County’s clerk, auditor and recorder since 1991. Recently, Petersen decided not to run for a seventh term, making 2014 her final year in office.
Modern living downtown— Turnstone Flats LLC, “green” living and business space, now open in downtown Moscow
A new apartment complex, Turnstone Flats LLC, is an energy efficient and historic building that offers its residents a convenient downtown location, beautifully designed space and a welcoming community. Or at least that’s what the …
BOISE — Area reporters gathered around cafe-style tables in a restaurant in downtown Boise Tuesday with pens poised, notepads ready and waited for the governor to speak.
The Moscow Farmers Market Commission presented their policy recommendations and goals for the coming year to the Moscow City Council Feb. 3, but not before a discrepancy appeared between the two groups.
There have been three vehicle thefts this past week on the University of Idaho campus and nearby communities.
The City of Moscow is currently researching possible solutions to cool its sewage in order to meet the requirements of the Clean Water Act of 1972, enforced by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Do you hear what I hear?—City of Moscow teams with Moscow and Pullman Chambers of Commerce radio workshop
Radio — it survived the television and the Internet.
In the 2012 presidential election, Latah County was one of the two democratic counties in all of Idaho.
Watercolor Idaho—Idaho Watercolor Society traveling exhibit features numerous works from across the state, will end Friday
Nothing lasts forever.
This is certainly true in the case of the 2013 Idaho Watercolor Society Traveling Show Exhibit, which will end Friday.
Luna will not run for re-election
BOISE – Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Luna announced Monday that he will not run for re-election.
Many local food organizations — including the Moscow Food Co-op, The Moscow Farmers Market and Sodexo — and the University of Idaho Soil Stewards and Sustainability Center will participate in the Food Summit 3.0 from …
Dwelling from the past — Following open house, Accessory Dwelling Units could see resurgence in Moscow
The City of Moscow Planning and Zoning Commission gathered input on the allowance of Accessory Dwelling Units at a public open house Wednesday.
The City of Moscow sees a lot of changes when students return from a long summer to the University of Idaho. But a rise in vehicle prowls is not usually one of them, according to …
During winter break, Moscow returns to a dormant state. Classes are out and students travel back home, leaving apartment complexes, houses and cars unattended for the three-week break.
University of Idaho senior Ashley Morehouse will climb the stairs of the Idaho Capitol Building wearing gold-accented black business attire with a Vandal pin fastened to her suit jacket — as the ASUI lobbyist for …
The City of Moscow and the Moscow School District revealed design plans for the Moscow School District Community Playfields at an open house on Nov. 21.
Moscow police confirmed a fire at the District 2 Moscow Probation and Parole Office at 2113 South Main St. shortly after 8 a.m. today.
Left turns can be tricky maneuvers — sometimes so tricky they can lead to accidents. Moscow Chief of Police David Duke said two accidents within the last few weeks — one involving a fatality — …
Former Moscow city councilman Bill Lambert will be sworn into office as the next mayor of Moscow after ousting eight-year incumbent Nancy Chaney for the position during Tuesday’s local elections.
Everyone needs a place to rest, but that can be problematic when those rest places are deteriorating.
BSU Professor Karen Bubb talks about her design workshop held in the 1912 Center on Oct. 28. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Bubb taught a semester’s worth of material for the first time in …
Mayor Nancy Chaney and challenger Bill Lambert have different visions for Moscow, and residents will be able to choose their preference in the Nov. 5 city elections.
Taking the stage for Miss Idaho USA — UI alumna Kelsey Craft represents her school, Moscow in pageant
Kelsey Craft never saw herself as a beauty pageant contestant but instead as a health care professional and recent college graduate.
Moscow citizens who are interested in police work and law enforcement can educate themselves about local laws and statutes, courtesy of the Moscow Police Department.