If it feels like there are a few more people in line in the grocery stores and in sitting next to you at stoplights, it's true. Idaho is leading the nation in population growth and shows no signs of stopping.
Volunteers will get together tomorrow to lay wreaths on the graves of veterans across the US, and we can be part of it too right here in the Treasure Valley. The simultaneous ceremony starts at Noon Eastern time at Washington DC's Arlington National Ceremony, and the Idaho State Veterans Cemet…
Competitive gaming is spreading like crazy, and Boise State is one of the trendsetters. The university has officially made Varsity esports a thing, and they're building a new computer lab on campus to support it.
E-bikes are catching on around the Treasure Valley, and some of them can really zoom. Boise is looking at ways now to make sure these electric bikes are playing nice with pedestrians and other bikes, and they're asking for your thoughts. Like, should faster bikes be kept off The Greenbelt?
Not everyone had the chance to stuff themselves silly over the Thanksgiving weekend. Many of us were lucky enough to have more food at our houses than we could possibly consume, so this would be a good week to cut back, and reach out to make sure other Idahoans have at least enough.
Artisans have been hard at work getting unique jewelry, clothing, and beauty products ready for the mad shopping rush, and we can check them out at one holiday bazaar in Boise this weekend. Other holiday bazaars are happening in early December, if you need a break from the mall.
Christmas lights look awesome when they're up, but it's not always a blast getting them there. If you're looking to save yourself the hassle, there are several Boise companies that will put them up for you.
Dining out for Thanksgiving has its advantages. No dishes to clean up! And fewer leftovers. Boise has several restaurants planning to be open on Thanksgiving Day, and we'll highlight some of them to help you plan your strategy.