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Volleyball: Gonzaga sweeps San Francisco

Gonzaga claimed its 10th sweep of the season on Saturday, beat San Francisco (16-9, 3-9) in a West Coast Conference match in Spokane. Scores were 25-19, 25-21 and 25-19. McKayla …


Idaho men’s basketball tops Saint Martin’s in exhibition game

Victor Sanders scored a team-high 16 points on 6-of-8 shooting and Idaho erased an early seven-point deficit and beat Saint Martin’s 86-62 in a men’s basketball exhibition game Friday at …


Women’s soccer: Eagles and Vandals play to 1-all draw

Chloe Williams scored in the 83rd minute and Eastern Washington played to a 1-all draw with Idaho in a Big Sky Conference regular-season finale Friday in Moscow, Idaho. The tie …


Women’s golf: Idaho takes 16th place

Idaho women’s golfer Kendall Gray shot a career-best 5-under 67 during the final round and the Vandals took 16th place out of 19 teams at the Las Vegas Collgiate Showdown …


UPDATED: Sat., Oct. 24, 2015, 9:47 p.m.

Volleyball roundup: Gonzaga sweeps Portland

Savannah Blinn had 15 kills and McKayla Ferris added 10 kills and eight digs as Gonzaga swept Portland in a West Coast Conference match Saturday in Spokane. Scores were 25-20, …


Women’s soccer: Idaho extends winning streak to eight

Idaho scored three second-half goals and extended its winning streak to eight matches with a 4-0 victory over North Dakota (4-10-2, 2-5-1) in a Big Sky Conference match in Grand …


College volleyball: Idaho State sweeps Eastern

Tressa Lyman had a match-high 12 kills Thursday as Idaho State swept Eastern Washington in Big Sky volleyball.


Idaho state soccer tourneys begin Thursday

The defending Idaho 3A state champion girls soccer team and state runner-up return to state Thursday.


UPDATED: Tue., Oct. 20, 2015, 8:49 p.m.

Idaho women’s soccer earns regional ranking

The Idaho women’s soccer team enetered the NSCAA Pacific Region rankings for the first time in program history. The Vandals are currently ranked 10th. Idaho has won seven straight and …


UPDATED: Tue., Oct. 20, 2015, 7:21 p.m.

College soccer notebook: Idaho women continue to confound Big Sky

The college soccer season in the Inland Northwest has been full of success stories, none more surprising than Idaho’s.


Police aim to slow drivers near schools

Officers patrol school zone speeding


Volleyball roundup: San Diego earns WCC win over Gonzaga

Lisa Kramer had 21 kills and four blocks and Kriste Gengenbacher added 51 assists and 15 digs as San Diego (13-6, 7-1) topped Gonzaga (12-9, 3-5) in a West Coast …


College volleyball: Eastern Washington improves to 7-0 in Big Sky

Eastern Washington improved to 7-0 in Big Sky Conference volleyball with a 3-1 win at Montana State on Thursday.


UPDATED: Thu., Oct. 15, 2015, 9:31 p.m.

Human remains found in Kootenai River

The Boundary County Sheriff’s Office is investigating human skeletal remains found in the Kootenai River near Bonners Ferry on Monday.


Young inventor’s Ability App gains traction

Alexander Knoll, a Post Falls fifth-grader, came up with the idea for Ability App to help people with disabilities research accessibility and related services. He will present his invention at …


College golf: Gonzaga’s Sean Walsh ties for second place

Gonzaga’s Sean Walsh tied for second place at the Bill Ross Intercollegiate at Overland Park, Kansas.


S-R editorial: Talent trumps taxes for businesses looking to grow, relocate

Outgoing Idaho Commerce director says employers are focused on the availability of skilled workers, not tax breaks.


Vandals fall to Arkansas State as Jake Luton makes first start

JONESBORO, Ark. – The theme repeated – turnovers and big plays yielded – and the result was much like what it has been earlier this year as the Idaho Vandals …


Eastern Washington selected third in Big Sky men’s basketball preseason poll

Eastern Washington University is predicted to finish third and Idaho in the middle of the pack, according to the Big Sky Conference preseason men’s basketball poll released Thursday. It was …


A Southern Idaho gem, finger steaks are tough to reproduce at home

When I visit my family in Southern Idaho, I will often get my hands on a basket of finger steaks before I hug my mother. That has more to do …


Regan, IFF sue Idaho over Common Core tests

Brent Regan, chairman of the board of the Idaho Freedom Foundation, is the lead plaintiff in a new federal lawsuit filed against Idaho Gov. Butch Otter, state schools Superintendent Sherri …


Around the region

Aggies at Huskies Kickoff: 2 p.m., Husky Stadium, Seattle


Cody Kessler throws for career-high 410 yards at USC stomps Idaho Vandals

LOS ANGELES – Kody Kessler settled in the pocket and calmly surveyed his receivers, eventually choosing JuJu Smith-Schuster as he sprinted down the middle for a beautiful 50-yard touchdown. The …


College roundup: Gonzaga volleyball posts two sweeps

The Gonzaga volleyball team claimed straight-set wins over Grand Canyon (1-7) and Niagara (2-6) at the Grand Canyon Invitational Friday in Phoenix. McKayla Ferris had 15 kills and Savannah Blinn …


Letters to the editor

Idaho Vandals should step up, apologize Football players at the University of Idaho steal $400 of merchandise from the VandalStore and the coaching staff steps in to whitewash the event.


Ohio jumps out to quick lead, outmaneuvers Vandals to win

MOSCOW, Idaho – It only took two plays for the reality check that not much has changed in the Kibbie Dome despite a shakeup of the defensive staff. Two snaps …


Why do children die? New Idaho team searches for links

BURLEY, Idaho – The death of any child warrants a closer look to search for ways to keep Idaho’s children safer. And there are many, the new Idaho Child Fatality …


Idaho makes plans to add second area code by 2018

BOISE – Idaho is outgrowing its 208 area code and will need a second one by mid-2018, so the state Public Utilities Commission is asking Idahoans whether they want to …


Judge: Idaho anti-dairy spying law unconstitutional

A federal judge has ruled that Idaho’s law banning secret filming of animal abuse at agricultural facilities is unconstitutional.


CdA festivals create feast for the senses

Under the tall pines of North Idaho College, an explosion of art is about to happen. Nearly 200 artists – many from around here and some from as far away …