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  • Appeals court says same-sex marriages will stay on hold in Idaho

    In the rapidly changing legal landscape surrounding same-sex marriage, one thing stayed the same on Tuesday. A week ago, a federal judge in Boise struck down Idaho’s ban on gay marriage, declaring in her opinion that "marriage is a fundamental...
  • Gubernatorial debate turns Idaho politics into very small potatoes

    Let’s face it, it’s tough being public television and competing for eyeballs with the likes of “The Voice” and “The Big Bang Theory.” But on¬†Wednesday, Idaho Public Television allowed two¬†fringe candidates to join...
  • PASSINGS: Phyllis Gebauer, Les Guthrie, Freda Koblick, Lee Ames, Brian Haw

    PASSINGS: Phyllis Gebauer, Les Guthrie, Freda Koblick, Lee Ames, Brian Haw
    Phyllis Gebauer Longtime UCLA Extension writing teacher Phyllis Gebauer, 82, a teacher for two decades in the UCLA Extension Writers' Program who recently donated to the program signed first editions by reclusive author Thomas Pynchon, died Wednesday at...
  • Richard P. McKee dies at 62; open government advocate

    Richard P. McKee dies at 62; open government advocate
    Richard P. McKee, a chemistry professor who was so offended by a Glendora official's effort to thwart public comment at a meeting that he became one of California's most effective advocates for open government, died Saturday at his home in La Verne. He...
  • PASSINGS: Lee K. Harrington, Charles Sellier, Lena Nyman, Margaret Price

    PASSINGS: Lee K. Harrington, Charles Sellier, Lena Nyman, Margaret Price
    LEE K. HARRINGTON Headed L.A. Economic Development Corp. Lee K. Harrington, 64, a businessman who was executive director of the Southern California Leadership Council and the former head of the Los Angeles Economic Development Corp., died Friday near...
  • David R. Thompson dies at 80; Reagan appointee to 9th Circuit

    David R. Thompson dies at 80; Reagan appointee to 9th Circuit
    Senior Circuit Judge David R. Thompson, a registered Republican named to the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals reportedly to "balance" the court's perceived liberal bent, died Saturday after 25 years on the bench that earned him a reputation as a moderate...
  • PASSINGS: Burt Styler, Maria Gomes Valentim, Robert Benson

    PASSINGS: Burt Styler, Maria Gomes Valentim, Robert Benson
    Burt Styler Emmy-winning TV writer Burt Styler, 86, an Emmy-winning TV writer who had a long association with Bob Hope, died of heart failure June 13 at Providence Tarzana Medical Center, his family said. Styler won an Emmy in 1972 for an episode of...
  • Dr. Phillips QB Nick Patti commits to Boise State

    Dr. Phillips QB Nick Patti commits to Boise State
    Dr. Phillips quarterback Nick Patti said Thursday night he has committed to Boise State for the 2012 recruiting class. Patti threw for more than 2300 yards in 2010 with 32 TDS, as he helped lead DP to the state title game. The Panthers lost that game...
  • Pitchfork Music Festival 2011: Day 2 in review

    Pitchfork Music Festival 2011: Day 2 in review
    Day 2 of the Pitchfork Music Festival in Union Park is at an end, with another sell-out Saturday. Here’s how it went down, with reports from me (GK), my hard-working colleague Bob Gendron (BG) and video and editing from Kevin Pang. 12:48 p.m....
  • Vestiges of Las Vegas' glory days

    Vestiges of Las Vegas' glory days
    Like residents in many cities, longtime Las Vegans long for what's long gone — the days when a young Wayne Newton crooned "Danke Schoen" and dealers knew players by their first names. "It was better in the old days when the mob was still here,"...
  • Inspire a love of adventure travel at an early age

    Inspire a love of adventure travel at an early age
    Introduce your young children to adventure travel. Here are five places to get started. 1. Appalachian Mountain Club, New England. Children 5 and older can participate in pond studies, GPS treasure hunts, forest ecology lessons, and tracking and watching...