Tag search results
Tags let us describe our content with keywords, making it easier to find what you're most interested in. Use the search box to look for tags, or explore our coverage with the lists below.
An Idaho lawmaker facing rape allegations from a 19-year-old intern was previously warned against hitting on women who work at the Statehouse after his colleagues heard complaints from other staffers, according to documents gathered by the Legislature’s ethics committee and obtained by The Associated Press.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • How would you define a no-hit game? Sounds pretty simple, right? It isn’t. And you can thank Major League Baseball’s archaic and misguided rules for that.
Because Idaho opted in to the Big Sky Conference spring season, however, the Vandals have a roster full of players who have real games worth of experience heading into the summer and preseason camp.
A number of colleges and universities throughout the U.S., including Cornell and Duke universities, have announced they will require students to get the COVID-19 vaccine to attend during the upcoming fall semester.
Numerica Credit Union, which serves Eastern Washington and North Idaho, will donate $300,000 to regional nonprofits as part of its annual donation promise, including to 13 nonprofits in the Spokane area and three in North Idaho, according to a Numerica news release.
The owners of French restaurant Fleur de Sel, which had become a destination eatery during its 13 years in Post Falls, announced this week that it will close next month.
On the 100th day of Idaho's legislative session, senators reintroduced a wolf-killing bill. House members debated over, but didn't approve, cutting half a vacant position in the lieutenant governor's office. And they passed a measure that would allow legislators to call themselves into a special session. They have yet to introduce critical education funding they must pass this year.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Ho hum. Just another Monday, right? Just another one-and-done Gonzaga player leaves and, more than likely, another one signs ups. The way it’s always been. Ya, right.
Noland Bertain, a 6-foot-4 guard from Portland, Oregon, who played the last two years at Texas A&M – Corpus Christi after starting his career at Casper (Wyoming) Junior College, has signed with Idaho men’s basketball as a graduate transfer.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Let’s see what is on tap for today. Spend some time reading the Sunday paper. That’s a given. Wait for the eldest son to return from his second vaccine shot and hope he feels well enough to enjoy his scheduled round of golf. Turn into ESPNU and see where Eastern Washington is headed in the FCS playoffs. Watch the M’s and the Astros. That’s more than enough, isn’t it?
Jorim Powell blocked an Idaho punt, setting up the game’s only touchdown as Northern Arizona defeated the Vandals 19-9 in a season finale.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • We had a disagreement on what to watch last night. On one hand, the Mariners were hosting the Astros and we really wanted to hear all the booing. (Let’s be clear. It was booing of the visiting team.) Someone else in the house wanted to watch the Sounders’ season opener against Minnesota. Thankfully, we were able to watch the best of both.
MOSCOW, Idaho – Football players practice to master intricate details and become proficient in the precise, repeatable delivery of a play.
An almost movie-like stroke of luck took Moscow native Izzy Burns, 18, from a music-loving and guitar-playing teenager to a notable up-and-comping independent artist.
The North Idaho College Theatre Department will present livestream performances of “A Permanent Image” by Samuel D. Hunter at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
A week after the conclusion of the NCAA Tournament in Indianapolis, the Cardinals and Sasquatch were in the beginnings of their respective junior college seasons in front of roughly 500 mask-wearing fans at Rolly Williams Court.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Sometimes the key moments in the morning revolve around game results or scores. Sometimes they don’t. This fine Sunday morning is one of the latter. We’re examining more off-field items than those occurring on.
Companies including Microsoft and IBM have been developing software intended to make it easier to determine whether someone has been vaccinated against COVID-19. But the prospect of proving one's defenses against the global pandemic has some lawmakers and privacy advocates skittish about the prospect of "vaccine passports," a phenomenon that's existed in some form in the United States since outbreaks of smallpox in the 19th century.
Eastern Washington was thrown for a loop when a fifth-string quarterback and a completely different brand of Idaho offense stepped on Roos Field’s blazing red turf Saturday.