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Vandals’ explosiveness tempered by injury, goal line struggles

MOSCOW, Idaho – How much progress has the Idaho offense made? Steve Axman, the Vandals’ offensive coordinator, pondered that question and immediately went back to early April to draw a …


UI offense gets mixed reviews

How much progress has the Idaho offense made? Steve Axman, the Vandals’ offensive coordinator, pondered that question and immediately went back to early April to draw a comparison.


Confident Akey expects Vandals to go bowling

MOSCOW, Idaho – Today marks the start of Robb Akey’s fifth fall camp as University of Idaho football coach, and with each passing year the exuberant leader of the Vandals’ …


Higher ed, lower affordability

Nineteen months ago, Washington’s higher education officials did what higher education officials do. They looked at a problem and wrote a report.


Girl leaves Aryan past behind

Kelty Walker grew up in an isolated trailer house in the woods outside Blanchard, Idaho. “We took five dirt roads to get to the trailer,” she said. “It was out …


Blaze strikes ROTC building

MOSCOW, Idaho – A fire damaged the Navy ROTC building at the University of Idaho in Moscow. Moscow Fire Chief Ed Button said no one was injured in the Saturday …


UPDATED: Tue., June 14, 2011, 4:46 p.m.

Seattle University joining the WAC

Seattle University will join the Western Athletic Conference for the 2012-13 school year.


Editorial: Al-Kidd wins small measure of empathy

Tuesday’s unanimous ruling in a Supreme Court case involving a former University of Idaho student may have left the false impression that tap-dancing on the Fourth Amendment is noncontroversial, at …


Idaho in low-wage trap

Idaho is caught in a low-skill, low-wage jobs trap, according to a new analysis by retired University of Idaho agricultural economist Stephen Cooke. The professor, who retired in December, has …


Storm warning forces change at UI law school graduation

The potential for nasty weather on the Palouse Saturday has forced the University of Idaho to adjust plans for law school commencement.


Global warming heats up Inland NW ag research

The Inland Northwest has been going through one of its coolest and wettest springs ever while farmers and scientists are convening this week to launch a $20 million research program …


Sunday Locals: Gray, Vandersloot receive honors at Gonzaga

A pair of basketball standouts and two soccer players picked up individual honors at the Gonzaga Senior Student-Athlete Awards Social that recognized 66 seniors. Basketball players Steven Gray and Courtney …


Vandals find sun, offense at Silver and Gold Game marred by injury

MOSCOW, Idaho – Finally, for the first time during the Idaho football team’s trying spring, things started to come together Saturday morning. The injury-ravaged offense cranked out big pass plays …


Idaho colleges seek up to 8.4 percent in tuition hikes

Idaho’s public universities aim to charge students between 5 percent to 8.4 percent more in tuition and fees next year.


Idaho football coach praises defensive line’s potential

MOSCOW, Idaho – The offense has yet to coalesce. Key players from almost every position are either on crutches or hobbled. And the Idaho football team is forced to operate …


Fraternity pays $4K for damage to forest

A University of Idaho fraternity has paid the U.S. Forest Service $4,382 in a court case over damages it caused by building an illegal road into a Clearwater National Forest …


Idaho football scrimmage belongs to defense

MOSCOW, Idaho – The defense had a good day at the Idaho Vandals’ second spring football scrimmage on Saturday. “Our defense got after it pretty well today,” coach Robb Akey …


Bass shows explosive style in Vandals’ spring scrimmage

MOSCOW, Idaho – Back at Arizona State, Ryan Bass used to listen to Dennis Erickson talk about the players he coached at the University of Idaho. That was pretty much …


Memorial scholarship fund will honor UI student

Though Michelle Bonasera only lived to be 19, her legacy will help others for years to come. Bonasera died Feb. 13 when her Chevy Blazer drifted off southbound U.S. Highway …


San Francisco ends Vandals’ season at CollegeInsider.com

SAN FRANCISCO – Idaho men’s basketball coach Don Verlin never hesitated afterward: The Vandals, he said, had a remarkable year given the expectations. Still, they no doubt would like a …


Distance from Japan dilutes danger to state

It’s possible that radioactive material released as a result of fires, partial meltdowns and explosions reported at Japanese reactors will be detected in Washington, but highly unlikely that levels could …


Experts say problems at Japanese reactors unlikely to affect Washington

It’s possible that nuclear products released as a result of problems facing Japanese reactors will be detected in Washington, but highly unlikely that levels could affect human health on this …


Clark: Idaho lawmakers envision higher caliber of education

It’s a Wild West sideshow at the Idaho Legislature these days, where some of the elected buckaroos are trying to rewrite the “Three R’s” of higher ed. If they get …


Dallas Baptist earns rout over Washington State

Brett Jacobs led off the bottom of the first inning for Washington State with his first collegiate home run, but even then it was far too little too late for …


Idaho caps regular season with comeback win over Seattle University

MOSCOW, Idaho – Midway through the second half Shawn Henderson planted a 3-pointer at the top of the key and started to backpedal with his shooting pose – right arm …


Idaho Vandals outlook

RECORD: 16-12 overall, 8-7 WAC COMING UP: Tonight vs. Fresno State, 7:05; Saturday vs. Seattle University, 7:05 p.m.


Utah State avenges WAC loss to Idaho

LOGAN, Utah – Tai Wesley scored 22 points in his final home game at Utah State as the Aggies ran past Idaho 84-68 on Saturday night. Brockeith Pane added 18 …


Idaho Vandals outlook

RECORD: 15-11 overall, 7-6 WAC COMING UP: Tonight at Nevada, 7:30; Saturday at Utah St., 6


Idaho Vandals outlook

RECORD: 14-11 overall, 7-6 WAC COMING UP: Saturday at Montana State, 6:05 p.m.


Vandals come up empty at end in loss at Boise State

BOISE – Robert Arnold scored 16 points and La’Shard Anderson added 13 to lead Boise State past Idaho 69-63 on Saturday night. Boise State (14-11, 7-6 Western Athletic Conference) completed …