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Doug Clark: Idaho vodka ban cocktail of bad judgment

I was appalled to read that Idaho has banned an alcoholic beverage not for tasting bad, but for supposedly being in bad taste. Five Wives Vodka.


CdA upsets Lake City for 5A state softball title

Something happened Saturday to Casey Stangel and the Lake City softball team that’s only happened one other time in the last two years.


Call it the ‘I’m not Phil Hart’ pledge

Has Mike Jorgenson lost his mind? Or will he simply prove that the residents of his Hayden Lake legislative district have not lost theirs?


Shock DB coach Franks relieved by recovery

Spokane Shock defensive backs coach Stanley Franks put his players through drill after drill Tuesday, firing passes and offering pointers to improve their technique. As the team session began, he …


Aggies, Spartans confirm discussions

SALT LAKE CITY – Officials at Utah State and San Jose State acknowledge they are in discussions with the Mountain West Conference over realignment for 2013 yet say no formal …


Seahawks select Idaho LB Korey Toomer

Korey Toomer became the latest player from the Western Athletic Conference to end up with the Seattle Seahawks when the Idaho linebacker was drafted in the fifth round of the …


Meehan: Special players lead GU, UI women’s golf

Earlier this week, Gonzaga junior Victoria Fallgren and Idaho senior Kayla Mortellaro won their respective conference championships. Fallgren became the first Bulldog to win the WCC individual title in the …


Idaho jobless rate drops in March

Idaho’s March unemployment rate dropped below 8 percent for the first time in 2 ½ years as a record number of state residents found work.


Idaho will wrap up spring football on Friday

MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho has gone from billing tonight’s conclusion to spring football camp as the Silver and Gold game to the Silver and Gold scrimmage.


Idaho’s Marboe grows up quickly as anchor of OL

MOSCOW, Idaho – Mike Marboe was speaking generally when he said the Idaho offense started from scratch this football offseason. But his comment seems especially apt for the offensive line, …


Idaho’s sole black legislator invited to join KKK

BOISE — Idaho’s only black lawmaker said receiving a direct mailing from the Ku Klux Klan has only bolstered her resolve to fight prejudice. Childhood memories of a cross burning …


Idaho’s long-term unemployed to lose benefits

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The state Department of Labor says long-term unemployment benefits in Idaho will expire after Dec. 31, though some jobless workers will be cut off sooner depending …


Idaho linebacker Siavii comes back stronger

MOSCOW, Idaho – Nearing the one-year anniversary of his season-ending knee injury, Robert Siavii swears he doesn’t think about what happened that sunny Saturday last spring. Not as he’s going …


Idaho linebacker Siavii roars back

MOSCOW, Idaho – Nearing the one-year anniversary of his season-ending knee injury, Robert Siavii swears he doesn’t think about what happened that sunny Saturday last spring. Not as he’s going …


Akey sees progress in Idaho QB candidates

MOSCOW, Idaho – A third of the way through spring camp, Idaho’s quarterback duel remains far from settled. Still, coach Robb Akey is seeing hints of progress from Dominique Blackman …


Idaho sets out to rebuild offense with coaching mixture

MOSCOW, Idaho – Jason Gesser has no problem acknowledging what others have pointed out often in the last month: As a college coach, and especially as a coordinator, he’s a …


Idaho sets out to rebuild offense with coaching mixture

MOSCOW, Idaho – Jason Gesser has no problem acknowledging what others have pointed out often in the last month: As a college coach, and especially as a coordinator, he’s a …


Vandals enter spring football with many questions

MOSCOW, Idaho – Entering spring football practice with a work-in-progress approach is nothing new at Idaho. For coach Robb Akey, it’s part of developing a long-suffering program.


Grading states for corruptibility

OLYMPIA – Washington is among the least “corruptible” states in the nation, while Idaho placed 40th out of 50 in a scorecard released Monday.


States scored in ease of tracking public funds

OLYMPIA – Washington got a B in transparency and Idaho got an F from a national group looking at how easy state governments make it for voters to “follow the …


Vandals cash in during CIT opener

MOSCOW, Idaho – Don Verlin wouldn’t say he felt pressure to win Wednesday night. But after the Idaho athletic department wrote a $31,500 check to host a postseason game, the …


Vandals embrace chance at postseason

MOSCOW, Idaho – The Idaho men’s basketball team, still smarting from its early WAC tournament exit, gathered in front of a TV on Saturday night to watch New Mexico State …


Vandals embrace chance at postseason

MOSCOW, Idaho – The Idaho men’s basketball team, still smarting from its early WAC tournament exit, gathered in front of a TV on Saturday night to watch New Mexico State …


Idaho House votes to create online course list

BOISE — Lawmakers in the Idaho House have voted to provide students a repository of online courses to choose from when fulfilling their new graduation requirement.


Idaho women lose in WAC tourney semifinals

The University of Idaho hit just 3 off 22 field-goal attempts in scoring only 14 points in the first half and couldn’t recover, falling 80-55 to top-seeded Fresno State on …


Hawaii stuns Idaho in WAC opener

LAS VEGAS – Hauns Brereton personified being in the right place at the right time. And because he was, Idaho made an early exit from the Western Athletic Conference men’s …


Vandals enter WAC tournament on hot streak

MOSCOW, Idaho – Over five days in early February, Idaho did more than send a message to the WAC by beating the conference’s two best teams. It also set in …


Idaho storms into WAC tourney as No. 3 seed

SAN JOSE, Calif. – The Idaho men’s basketball team narrowly missed out on the second seed for next week’s WAC tournament. Just about everything else, though, is going the Vandals’ …


Vandals clinch at least No. 3 seed

Deremy Geiger scored 20 points and Stephen Madison added 17 to lead Idaho to an 82-63 win over Hawaii on Thursday night at Honolulu.


Whitworth’s Friedt makes top 10 for Jostens Trophy

Men’s basketball: Whitworth senior post Felix Friedt has been named one of 10 men’s finalists for the 2012 Jostens Trophy, awarded to an outstanding Division III men’s and women’s basketball …