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Harrison “H” Hilbert

by Tom Lopez @

Harrison “H” Hilbert was the first director of the Idaho State University Outdoor Program. He was an active Idaho climber for many years and was part of the first winter ascent of Castle Peak discussed on pages 22 and 23 in the book. He was responsible for bringing British mountaineer and ice climber Bill March to Idaho. The ISU Outdoor Program has … Continue reading

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Wayne Boyer

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Wayne Boyer was a compatriot of Lyman Dye and one of the founders of the EE DA HOW Mountaineers an eastern Idaho climbing club. Boyer, along with Dye and Art Barnes, climbed many difficult routes in eastern Idaho including his first ascent of the East Face of Mount Borah in 1962. … Continue reading

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Julianne Hough & Nina Dobrev Flash Bare Butts on Idaho Vacation

Julianne Hough & Nina Dobrev Flash Bare Butts on Idaho Vacation


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Dancer and actress Julianne Hough and BFF Nina Dobrev are having the time of their lives on vacation. Hough posted a cheeky photo of herself with Dobrev and Millissa Sears, captioning, "Full moons! 🌝🌝🌝.”

About the Prints

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Want to know more about the prints you will be purchasing. Below you will find a general print guide explaining the quality and uniqueness of these fine art photographs. We are currently offering at wholesale rates direct from the artist. Click here to see all the available images. If you would like to purchase and print fill out […]

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President’s Welcome

by IPC @ Idaho Press Club

The Idaho Press Club is dedicated to improving the practice of journalism in Idaho. To that end, this website features resources for journalists, from how to object to a closed meeting to an Idaho Town Pronunciation Guide. You’ll also find press club news, contest entry information, how to apply for our scholarships and much more. […]

Commercial Kitchen Fire Safety Checklist

by ideadev @ Bare Metal Standard

At Bare Metal Standard, safety remains our number one priority. We started this business to keep restaurants and other commercial kitchens safe from grease fires through vigilant maintenance cleaning programs. […]

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Andy Henning

by Tom Lopez @

Andy Hennig was the author of the first Idaho backcountry ski guidebook “A Sun Valley Ski Guide” published in 1948. Unfortunately, it is long out of print and hard, if not impossible, to find. (There is a preserved copy at the Ketchum library.) Henning moved to Sun Valley prior to WWII to work as a guide for the Sun Valley … Continue reading

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Awards Banquet set for May 6 – join us!

by IPC @ Idaho Press Club

Honoring the best in Idaho journalism By Deanna Darr It’s time to reserve your spot at the annual Best of 2016 Awards Banquet, where we’ll be honoring this year’s award winners. Mark your calendar for Saturday, May 6, to join the party celebrating some of the best work done by Idaho journalists in the last […]

The End of the Last Idaho Ice Age By Bob Boyles

by Tom Lopez @

I first saw the North Face of Mount Borah in the summer of 1972 while working under contract with the U.S. Forest Service. We were flying helicopters near Horse Heaven pass in the upper Pahsimeroi Valley, where our daily flights offered unrivaled views of the north and east sides of the Lost River Range. But one face in particular stood … Continue reading

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Boise Weekly - Idaho's only alternative weekly newspaper. Boise's best source for news, arts and entertainment, classifieds and upcoming events.

Lyman Dye

by Tom Lopez @

Lyman Dye is one of the Giants of Idaho climbing. Lyman was a major contributor to the Sawtooth Range chapter in the book where his familiarity with the range, based on his many first ascents and leading clients to the tops of many peaks as part of his operation of the first guide service in the Sawtooths (discussed on page 22 … Continue reading

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IDAHO: Barack Hussein Obama’s latest unscreened Muslim immigrant dumping ground

IDAHO: Barack Hussein Obama’s latest unscreened Muslim immigrant dumping ground


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Christian pastor Shahram Hadian, a former Muslim, warns of Obama’s sinister policy designed to turn Idaho into an Islamic welfare state, dumping thousands of totally unscreened Muslim coloniz…

There are NO Inaccessible Areas at Bare Metal Standard

by ideadev @ Bare Metal Standard

Kitchen exhaust ventilation systems continue to increase in complexity with the rising popularity of mixed-use developments, underground speakeasy type establishments,

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Steelers player who stood for national anthem has top-selling jersey

by EastIdahoNews.com Staff @ East Idaho News

(CNN Money) — Alejandro Villanueva’s jersey just became the hottest buy in the NFL. It’s the top seller in the league after the Pittsburgh Steelers offensive tackle broke with his team and walked out of the tunnel for the national anthem. The Steelers had decided as a group to stay in the locker room. They […]

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415: OVERBLOWN, EXAGGERATED STORY GIVEN BY ELDER HOLLAND HAS NOW BEEN RECANTED

by noreply@blogger.com (BARE RECORD OF TRUTH) @ BARE RECORD OF TRUTH

In his remarks during the 2017 Seminar for New Mission Presidents, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles shared a missionary account, which was published by the Church News under the headline: “Elder Holland shares 'The Missionary Speech of All Time' at Seminar for New Mission Presidents.” The article was widely read and shared. It was also reprinted in the Deseret News.

Here is the excerpt from the published story:


Elder Holland closed by relating a story — being careful to protect the privacy and anonymity of the participants — of a young man from southern Idaho. One night the young man stormed out of the house and set off to join an infamous motorcycle gang. He succeeded in that resolve and for 20 years became immersed in a culture “of temptations yielded to and degradations explored,” never contacting his parents, who feared that he was dead.

Eventually ending up in Southern California, he one day was sitting on the porch of a rented home when he saw two LDS missionaries making their way up the street.

“With a rush of memory and guilt, regret and rage, he despised the very sight of them,” Elder Holland recounted. “But he was safe, because he kept all visitors at bay by employing two Doberman Pinschers who viciously charged the gate every moment that anyone came near.”

The dogs startled the missionaries as they passed by and continued on, “our man on the porch laughing at the lovely little drama he had just witnessed, wishing only that the gate hadn’t restrained his two dogs.”

Then, the two elders stopped, looked at each other, conversed a little, “likely said a silent prayer,” then turned around and approached the gate.

“The Dobermans on cue charged the gate again, hit it, snarling, frothing, and then stopped in their tracks,” Elder Holland said. “They looked at the missionaries, dropped their heads, ambled back to the front steps and lay down.”

The man on the porch was speechless as they missionaries opened the gate, walked up the path and greeted him.

“One of the elders said, ‘Are you from this part of California?’

“The man said, ‘No. If you want to know, I’m from Pocatello, Idaho.’

“There was a pause. ‘That’s interesting,’ the elder said. ‘Do you know the [such-and-such] family in Pocatello?’

“With a stunned look, our biker paused, and then, in very measured words, said, ‘Yeah, I know them. They are my parents.’

“ ‘Well, they’re my parents too,’ the missionary said. ‘God has sent me to invite you to come home.’ ”

The younger brother had been born after the older boy had left home. The elder brother did not even know of him.

“Mom and Dad have been praying for you every morning and night for 20 years,” the younger brother said. “They were not sure you were alive, but they knew if you were, that someday you would come back to us.”

The wayward son invited the two in, and they talked for the rest of the day and some of the night. He did return home, returned to Church activity and, in March 2015, was married and sealed in the Boise Idaho Temple.

Commenting on the account, Elder Holland said, “This is a story of the role of Almighty God, the Savior of the World, and the Holy Ghost involved in the work of the ministry to which we’ve been called.

1. “The Holy Ghost prompted those parents to keep praying, to keep believing, to keep trusting. …

2. The Holy Ghost inspired that rebellious boy to come to himself like the prodigal he was and to head for California. …

3. The Holy Ghost influenced that younger son to serve a mission and be willing to accept a call to Southern California. …

4. The Holy Ghost inspired one of my brethren in the Twelve, who was on the assignment desk that Friday, to trust his impression and assign that young man for service not a great distance from his native-born state.

5. The Holy Ghost inspired that mission president to assign that young missionary to that district and that member unit.

6. The Holy Ghost led those missionaries to that street, that day, that hour, with big brother sitting on the porch waiting, and, with Doberman Pinschers notwithstanding,

7. the Holy Ghost prompted those two elders to stop, talk and in spite of their fear, to go back and present their message. …

8. “And, through the elders, the Holy Ghost taught repentance and brought true conversion to one coming back into the fold.”

Elder Holland said the young elder, without realizing it, gave the missionary speech of all time, when he said to his brother, “God has sent me here to invite you to come home.”

“We are sent by God to invite His children home,” Elder Holland concluded.

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This story was retold word for word in our Sacrament last week at a Missionary Farewell. My wife turned to me after hearing the story and said.. "as if that really happened that way". She has great discernment and apparently not everyone can recognize truth from error when they hear it.

However, in the end, truth will always prevail..

On July 31, Elder Holland released the following statement regarding the account:

"A few weeks ago when speaking to new mission presidents at the Missionary Training Center, I shared a story about two brothers, just as I heard it from individuals who knew the family and had heard it recounted by a family member. Within a few days, my office was contacted by the family, who expressed concern that some elements of that account were not accurate due to embellishing by a family member.“
As a courtesy to me the family contacted my office, wanting me to be aware of the inaccurate parts of the story and offering their help in avoiding any perpetuation of those elements in the account I heard. I am deeply touched by their humility and courage in doing so, and as an equal courtesy to them, I am withdrawing the story completely and request that it not be shared further."
Elder Holland revised the story stated that the facts were:
  • The older brother did indeed leave his home and his family and for many years pursued the lifestyle I described in my talk. 
  • During these years his parents lovingly tried to maintain contact, prayed faithfully for him and even sent local leaders to seek after him. 
  • However, at the time his younger brother was called to serve as a missionary, the older brother had already returned to Idaho. 
  • With the help of missionaries there, he started the difficult and courageous process of changing his life. 
  • In time, he would return to full activity and be sealed in the temple, and he would also have a son who would serve a mission.

So... no Doberman pinchers, No younger brother serving a mission who found his wayward brother. No emotional dialogue that took place.where the younger brother said "They’re my parents too,God has sent me to invite you to come home.’

I mean how do you get those details included in a story?

Personally, after reading this press release from the Church, I had a déjà vu moment since I grew up listening to Elder Paul H Dunn talks.





These Are The 10 Laziest Places In Idaho

These Are The 10 Laziest Places In Idaho


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THE LOST AND WANDERING by Joe Leonard

by Tom Lopez @

[Editor’s Note: Joe Leonard is a man who spent his first five years living in the Idaho backcountry in his grandparents cabin. From that point, his life just got more interesting each year.  He was behind many “first” accomplishments in Idaho, including the first winter ascent of Mount Regan, the first backcountry skiing guide service in the United States, the … Continue reading

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Idaho forest grouse hunters need the bare minimum for licensing

Idaho forest grouse hunters need the bare minimum for licensing


Spokesman.com

Ask Idaho Fish and Game: Grouse permits Q. Do I need a permit to hunt grouse? A. It depends. No permit, other than a valid hunting license, is required to hunt forest grouse, including blue, ruffed and spruce grouse. However, hunters need a permit to...

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Bare Metal Standard - Idaho - Taylor Brothers Inc.


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Questions to Ask When You Hire a Company to Clean Your Kitchen Exhaust System

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When hiring a company to clean your kitchen exhaust systems, it’s crucial that you ask the right questions

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EE DA HOW Mountaineers

by Tom Lopez @

The EE DA HOW Mountaineers was a climbing group from eastern Idaho formed by Lyman Dye, Art Barnes and Wayne Boyer. They were responsible for first ascents and much exploring in the Lost River Range in the late 1950s and into the 1970s. Lyman and Wayne were still climbing in their 80s when they scaled Mount Borah. Their exploits are documented … Continue reading

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Blackfoot man found dead in Mackay area

by EastIdahoNews.com Staff @ East Idaho News

Courtesy Custer County Search and Rescue The following is a news release from Custer County Search and Rescue on Monday. On Sunday the Custer County Sheriff’s Office received a call from camper Russell Vickers. He was camping in the Alder Creek Drainage approximately 5 miles south southwest of Mackay. He reported that his friend, 56-year-old […]

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Video: Passenger says bare feet on plane a nightmare | East Idaho News

Video: Passenger says bare feet on plane a nightmare | East Idaho News


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Airplane passengers are up in arms over bare feet on armrests. CNN’s Jeanne Moos reports on flying feet.

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Non-Conforming Loans - Idaho Frequently Asked Questions

Non-Conforming Loans - Idaho Frequently Asked Questions


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Hopkins Financial has been making residential and commercial non-conforming loans in Idaho since 1983. Private Money Lending, Hard Money Loans

Bare Peak/Idaho County High Point - IDAHO: A Climbing Guide

Bare Peak/Idaho County High Point - IDAHO: A Climbing Guide


IDAHO: A Climbing Guide

Bare Peak is discussed on page 89. The listed elevation is the highest point in Idaho County but not the summit of this peak which sits entirely in Montana and reaches an elevation of 9,460 feet. The name on the USGS is shown east od the true summit which is just east od the border. There is only 59 feet … Continue reading →

Join us at Elk Run lots for a property tour Saturday 8/31!

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Elk Run lot tours - Saturday August 31, 2013 from 11am to 2pm. Get a $10 gas gift card if you're one of the first 25 tours! Take ID-21 North toward Idaho City, 28 miles from Lucky Peak. Turn right at the bridge immediately after the Idaho City digital sign.  www.elkrunidaho.com  COME HOME TO ELK RUN.... AND [...]

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After 15 years in vegetative state, man responds to nerve stimulation

by EastIdahoNews.com Staff @ East Idaho News

(CNN) — A car accident at 20 years old left a French man in a vegetative state for 15 years. But after neurosurgeons implanted a vagus nerve stimulator in his chest, the man, now 35, is showing signs of consciousness, according to a study published Monday in the journal Current Biology. Vagus nerve stimulation is […]

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Idaho standoff lays bare a family's decline

Idaho standoff lays bare a family's decline


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[...] they are holed up in the house, surrounded by law enforcement and a growing horde of media crews drawn by the spectacle of armed kids and stymied police. Deputies plan to keep their distance to avoid a shootout, while they try to talk the kids into trusting them enough to come out on their own, Sheriff's Sgt. Robert Rohn said. [...] northern Idaho, which has chafed for years at the bad reputation that isolated bands of neo-Nazis have saddled it with, finds itself under the spotlight for issues that can plague rural populations -- numbing poverty and the inability of government to deal effectively with everyday mental problems. The tourist draw of resorts like Schweitzer Mountain ski area have replaced some of the traditional logging jobs that dwindled in the last two decades. [...] Coldwater Creek, a local mail-order retailer that caught fire in the 1990s, now employs 475 people in Sandpoint. Low-income people have migrated toward Bonner County in fairly significant numbers, Wallace said, drawn by service jobs, the relative safety of rural life and the ability to shoot some food in the backcountry. JoAnn McGuckin, 45 and a longtime Bonner County resident whose sister is married to a former Sandpoint police chief, home-schooled the kids while she and her husband worked odd jobs to make ends meet on their 40-acre plot on Garfield Bay. Wallace said McGuckin refused to sign up for government aid, despite repeated requests from the food bank to take all the help she could get before she used its services. [...] Michael McGuckin's death was attributed to dehydration and the effects of malnutrition. McGuckin was arrested Tuesday on a felony charge of causing injury to children, Idaho's equivalent of child endangerment, after a deputy lured her out of the house to buy groceries. Law enforcement officials and neighbors might have suspected insanity in the McGuckin household before now, Robinson conceded, but the law allows the state to arrest someone on mental health grounds only if they are an imminent danger to themselves or others. [...] a judge will determine whether the kids would be endangered by returning to their mother. Edgar Steele, a defense attorney who took McGuckin's case yesterday, said he will fight to make sure the kids are kept together under the care of a family friend while he battles the criminal charge.

Bear Lake Valley Area Recreation - Bear Lake Trails, Water Sports

Bear Lake Valley Area Recreation - Bear Lake Trails, Water Sports


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President’s Column: Some wins in our column for Sunshine Week

by IPC @ Idaho Press Club

By Betsy Russell Happy Sunshine Week, everyone! That’s the week each March when, nationwide, we celebrate openness in government and access to public information. And here in Idaho, we’ve had some gains in that area, including a unanimous House vote – 70-0 – just yesterday in favor of expanding the Idaho Open Meeting Law. That […]

Elk Run has new CCR’s

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Elk Run subdivision just south of Idaho City, ID has amazing 2-7 acre mountain lots starting at $24,900 with new CCR's!!  Check it out at www.elkrunidaho.com .

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Death on Castle Peak

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Fatal mountaineering accidents are rare in Idaho but they do occur. The only one I know of on Castle Peak involved Jared Speers. He died in early July 2005. His friends discovered that he was missing and initiated a search. An air search located his truck at the Castle Peak trailhead on July 6th and spotted a fresh avalanche on … Continue reading

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408: POWER IN HIGH PLACES

by noreply@blogger.com (BARE RECORD OF TRUTH) @ BARE RECORD OF TRUTH


The Presiding Bishop is the highest position inside the LDS Church hierarchy in regards to the Aaronic Priesthood. The responsibilities of the Presiding Bishop is to:

  • Oversees the temporal affairs – i.e. buildings, properties, commercial corporations, etc. – of the church.
  • Oversees all the bishoprics around the world.
  • Key Member of the “Council on the Disposition of Tithes” – the group that decides how to spend “sacred” money.
  • Has power to convene the “Common Council of the Church,” the group which can initiate trials on the President of the Church
  • Receives all of  tithing donations.
  • Oversees the “LDS Foundation,” a department which “correlates, encourages, facilitates, and accepts voluntary philanthropic contributions to the Church and its related organizations and activities.”
  • Chairman of the Board of Directors of Property Reserve, Inc., the commercial real estate arm of the Church which owns numerous other investments and companies.
The Church Handbook of Instructions simplifies the duties of the Presiding Bishop as: “The Presiding Bishopric is the presidency of the Aaronic Priesthood of the Church (see D&C 107:15). Under the direction of the First Presidency, the Presiding Bishopric administers the temporal affairs of the Church (see D&C107:68).” To the general church membership, the fewer details the better.

Bishop H. David Burton was called to be the Presiding Bishop of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on 27 December 1995. He had previously served for 14 years as secretary to the Presiding Bishopric and as assistant Church budget officer for a year. Prior to Church employment he worked for Kennecott Copper Corporation (Possible connection with Kennecott Copper and the Hopis) and the Utah State Tax Commission. While serving as Presiding Bishop, Burton spent close to 10 years in building the mammoth urban City Creek Center with its exclusive mall, high-end exclusive condominiums, corporate offices and shops in downtown Salt Lake City. In 2011, he was given the prestigious award of the Giant in Our City.


After serving as the church's presiding bishop for 16 years, Bishop Burton was appointed the new UTA Board Chairman in 2014. However it was reported in the news that he created controversy when the board decided to close its committee meetings to the public, drawing widespread criticism from the public and elected officials, including the governor.  He later stepped down and became the new Chairman of the University of Utah Board of Trustees. Shortly after his installment as chairman of the Board of the University of Utah, a exclusive mansion owned by the LDS Church was gifted to the University of Utah and named after Thomas S Monson. I wrote about it here and here.


In the news this week, Burton came under scrutiny as being part of firing the Huntsman Cancer Institute CEO. John Huntsman attacked H. David Burton, chairman of the U. board of trustees and publically went on record by saying:

"(Burton) is the one who ruined Utah Transit Authority, and now he came over and now he's chairman of the board of trustees," he said. "I told the governor last night, 'Can't you pick somebody in this state who is pro-cancer (research) and who is willing to make Utah stand tall and strong?'"

However, today it was reported that Huntsman Cancer Institute director was reinstated.

Oh the power of money.. and the threat of not having a personal jet at the Church's disposal. 

Idaho Falls man hurt in crash near American Falls

by EastIdahoNews.com Staff @ East Idaho News

The following is a news release from Idaho State Police. AMERICAN FALLS — On Monday, September 25, at 2:38 p.m., Idaho State Police investigated an injury crash northbound on SH39 at mile marker 1, north of American Falls. Bryan A. Goede, 34, of Idaho Falls, was driving northbound on SH39 in a 2016 Toyota Prius. […]

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BYU-Idaho student gets a 'zero' for art project that shows bare shoulders

BYU-Idaho student gets a 'zero' for art project that shows bare shoulders


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(KUTV) A student at Brigham Young University-Idaho says she was shocked when her instructor refused to give her photo project a grade because it featured a woman baring her shoulders.Frustrated, Freshman Waverly Giles turned to social media to vent about t

The history of Idaho Public Television: A roller-coaster ride of funding, programs

by IPC @ Idaho Press Club

For 50 years of Idaho Public Television’s existence, the network’s budget has been the best and the worst story, usually the result of the network’s somewhat schizophrenic relationship with the Legislature. Every budget is a river with funds rarely at flood stage but just as rarely at drought stage. IdahoPTV has experienced both. As a general rule, any organization sitting on the shore is ultimately measured by its reaction to funding levels. It is tougher when the organization has little or no control over the flow. IdahoPTV has often had to make do with too little (about every 10 years), rarely with freshets. In 2016, IdahoPTV was watched in any given week by just over a third of Idaho’s 1.6 million people on average, and it is these viewers who have sustained the network over the years. The network can depend on them, giving administrators some planning flexibility. Fifty-two percent of the viewers are 35 to 64 years old, a group usually employed. Twenty-seven percent are 65 years old or older, experienced with little time and support for frivolous television. Twenty-one percent range in age from 2 to 34 years old (increasingly making up a new internet generation) and interested in educational programs.

NFPA 96 Fire Code Guide: What You Should Know

by ideadev @ Bare Metal Standard

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is a United States trade association that works to establish and maintain fire safety standards and codes to prevent death,

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MEDIA MOVES

by IPC @ Idaho Press Club

Ruth Brown, former reporter for the Idaho Press-Tribune, has joined the Idaho Statesman in Boise as a reporter. Todd Dvorak, former director of communications for the Idaho Attorney General’s office and former Boise AP correspondent, is now the city editor of the Idaho Press-Tribune. Jake Melder, former KIVI-TV reporter, has joined the Idaho Transportation Department […]

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Idaho Exploration Video

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Commercial Bare Land - Idaho Falls Real Estate - Idaho Falls ID Homes For Sale  | Zillow

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A. Bryan Weston "The Lord Makes Bare His Arm"

A. Bryan Weston "The Lord Makes Bare His Arm"


BYU-Idaho

Devotional by A. Bryan Weston on March 27th 2001, titled: "The Lord Makes Bare His Arm"

FLDS church owes millions in court judgments

by EastIdahoNews.com Staff @ East Idaho News

SALT LAKE CITY — When he’s sentenced, polygamist leader Lyle Jeffs is expected to owe $1 million in restitution to taxpayers for food stamp fraud. Add that to the back wages he and the Fundamentalist LDS Church owe for a 2012 child labor violation. There’s also $16 million the FLDS Church and its leader, Warren […]

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BYU-I student fails assignment over photos featuring bare shoulders

BYU-I student fails assignment over photos featuring bare shoulders


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A freshman student at Brigham Young University-Idaho said she failed a photography assignment after turning in a photo featuring a model whose shoulders were exposed, according to The Salt Lake Tribune.

WATCH: Melaleuca plane packed with generators, jerky on the way to Puerto Rico

by Nate Eaton @ East Idaho News

IDAHO FALLS — A Melaleuca corporate plane packed full of generators and beef jerky products was on its way to hurricane ravaged Puerto Rico Monday evening. Shelley-based Golden Valley Natural donated 2,000 pounds of jerky and Melaleuca purchased 17 generators, the maximum amount that could fit on the plane without it being overweight. “The generosity […]

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ROBINSON BAR RANCH by Joe Leonard

by Tom Lopez @

[Editor’s note: Robinson Bar Ranch holds a unique spot in Idaho’s climbing history as it became the home of the first guide service in the United States dedicated to backcountry skiing. Joe Leonard tells it’s fascinating story below. Joe is a fascinating human being. Be sure to read a bit about his life at this link: Joe Leonard and about … Continue reading

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Controlling Codling Moth (apple worm)

by Lindsay Schramm @ North End Organic Nursery

Codling moth is what is responsible for wormy apples in Idaho.  This article is going to discuss organic alternative codling moth treatments for apples and pears.  So here’s what I have so far between what I have read and what I have practiced: NOTE: Everything below is considered to be organic. – Sanitation is key. Clean […]

Early ratings for the NFL are down again, but maybe not because of President Trump

by EastIdahoNews.com Staff @ East Idaho News

(CNN Money) — Did national anthem protests and President Trump’s harsh criticism of them hurt the NFL’s ratings on Sunday? Maybe. Then again, maybe not. The early ratings numbers, which are incomplete and subject to a great deal of change, showed CBS’ numbers up compared to the same week last year, while NBC and Fox’s […]

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‘World’s heaviest woman’ dies

by EastIdahoNews.com Staff @ East Idaho News

(CNN) — Eman Abdul Atti, once believed to be the “world’s heaviest woman,” died on Monday due to complications from heart disease and kidney dysfunction, according to a statement from Burjeel Hospital in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates. The 37-year old Egyptian woman weighed 1,102 pounds (500 kg), her family reported, prior to undergoing […]

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Woman with dementia found after wandering from home

by EastIdahoNews.com Staff @ East Idaho News

IDAHO FALLS — A woman who wandered away from her home Monday morning has been safe. Idaho Falls Police say the 71-year-old woman suffers with dementia and family members became concerned when they could not find her. An emergency alert was sent to hundreds of Idaho Falls residents and police searched the area near Meadow […]

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Attention: Put away your boobs

by mommabare @ mommabare.com

This first appeared on Ravishly.com. But I’m putting it here, because it needs to be everywhere.   Attention Civilians: Colonel David Iverson does not want to see your boobs. The Commander of the Mountain Home Air Force Base in Mountain View, Idaho, has written a policy barring women from breastfeeding in front of others. If […]

Statesman sports editor resigns after 28 years with paper

by IPC @ Idaho Press Club

By Mike Prater (NOTE: This article first appeared on Mike Prater’s Facebook page on April 3, and is reprinted here by permission) Words I thought I would never type … Thirty-seven years after my high school yearbook said I would one day become sports editor at the Idaho Statesman, and nearly 28 years after taking […]

President’s Column: Working toward cheaper, easier access to court records in Idaho

by IPC @ Idaho Press Club

By Betsy Russell We were all pretty excited when Sara Thomas, the new administrative director of Idaho’s courts, told us at the Press Club’s Fall Conference this year that she believes folks should be allowed to take a picture of a court document with their phone, rather than pay $1 a page for a photocopy. […]

Mount Borah: East Face, Dye-Boyer Route by Bob Boyles

by Tom Lopez @

Note from the Editor: This wonderful article, provided for the Climbing History section of the website, includes information that can be used to plan an ascent of Mount Borah’s North Face Dye-Boyer route. As such, we have also included it as part of the Online Borah Climbing Guide. Idaho – A Climbing Guide identified a route on the east face … Continue reading

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Benefits of a Clean Kitchen Exhaust System

by ideadev @ Bare Metal Standard

If you are a commercial kitchen owner or manager there are several advantages to keeping your kitchen exhaust system clean outside of passing regular fire code inspections.

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Caldwell man arrested after police say he tried to lure children into his vehicle

by EastIdahoNews.com Staff @ East Idaho News

CALDWELL — A Caldwell man was arrested Sunday after being accused of making multiple attempts to lure females into his vehicle, the Idaho Press-Tribune reports. According to a Caldwell Police Department press release, police arrested Chad Mclean, 41, of Caldwell around 2:00 p.m. Saturday. Mclean faces charges of child enticement, first degree stalking and three […]

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Julianne Hough changed into a dreamy, see-through gown for her wedding reception

Julianne Hough changed into a dreamy, see-through gown for her wedding reception


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'Dancing With the Stars' judge Julianne Hough and NHL star Brooks Laich tied the knot over the weekend in a romantic outdoor wedding.

Skylark Mine 04 | Bayhorse ID

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Bare - Tickets - The Shredder - Boise - Boise, ID - January 24th, 2015

Bare - Tickets - The Shredder - Boise - Boise, ID - January 24th, 2015


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Turns out you can teach an old BARE, new tricks. Sean Rodela also known as 'BARE', hails from East LA, a 4th generation Mexican American, who was raised in Los Angeles' historic rave scene. BARE was o

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