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Eye on Boise: Idaho’s first lady mending from surgery

BOISE – Idaho first lady Lori Otter is recovering from successful shoulder surgery after an injury suffered while calf-roping last month. Gov. Butch Otter reported this past week that the surgery, while successful, was more extensive than expected. It was performed on Monday, and afterward he reported that the procedure was successful and the first lady was recovering.

Eye on Boise: With rodeo injury, first lady gains on Otter

BOISE – Idaho first lady Lori Otter dislocated her shoulder in a calf-roping accident and is facing surgery, Gov. Butch Otter revealed last week. “For those of you … who asked about Miss Lori, the first lady and I had intention to go out and rope cattle once in a while,” Otter told the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce at the opening of his annual Address to the Business Community.

Idaho teen meth use drops 52% from 2007 to 2009

The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s latest youth risk survey shows methamphetamine use among Idaho teens dropped 52 percent between 2007 and 2009.

Idaho governor out for surgery – again

Idaho Gov. Butch Otter, who missed a crucial month of last year's legislative session due to hip surgery, leaving his agenda stalled with state lawmakers, today unexpectedly went in for shoulder surgery after a team roping accident.