We'll probably walk past a hundred Christmas trees this season and never know the full story behind each ornament. The ones that have been hand-made by a relative can probably tell an important story if we take the time to ask.
If you see a scarf hanging on a tree outside around Boise, or even inside the mall on one of those Christmas trees, it's no accident.
There's meaning behind the scarves left lying around town, and those who find them "fitting" can keep them.
Boise's Christmas tree is making its way to its new home at the Grove Plaza!
It’s a 40-year-old blue spruce donated by a family in west Boise.
The family that is donating it said they bought it from a nursery years ago and they used it for an indoor Christmas tree and then they planted it...
We are 52 days away from Christmas! I’m sure you’ve noticed the commercials already playing on TV and shelves already filled in the stores. The U.S. Capitol Tree is about to make its long journey to Washington, D.C.
The 80-foot Engelmann spruce was cut down yesterday at the Little Ski Hill, just west of McCall...