Below is a speech Mayor Tony Koberstein read at the ribbon cutting for the re-naming of a recently paved street in New Meadows for the dedication of Larry Peterson. As you all are aware, our community suffered a tremendous loss when Larry Peterson passed away. His dedication to our community was apparent in every aspect of his life. He volunteered and served this community in so many ways that are difficult to numerate. As he drew up construction and design plans for nearly every new building in the community, you could see a twinkle in his eye as he imagined the possibilities of a better
Big Savings for Bonus Weekends April 16 & 17 and April 23 & 24 A great season of snowfall has buffed out the snow base, and big savings are now building excitement for two Bonus Weekends at Brundage Mountain Resort. As of Sunday, April 10th, Brundage Mountain is no longer open on a daily basis, but will be open April 16 & 17 and April 23 & 24, conditions permitting. The month of March brought 44 inches of fresh snowfall to Brundage Mountain, where the snow base now boasts 56 to 96 inches. (As of Sunday, April 10). Brundage Mountain plans to run four of five chairlifts
By Sterling Whitaker March 17, 2016 2:30 PM Read More: Keith Urban Announces ‘Ripcord’ Release Date | http://tasteofcountry.com/keith-urban-ripcord-release-date/?trackback=tsmclip Keith Urban has announced the release date for his upcoming studio album, Ripcord. The Australian-born superstar will drop his eighth studio album on May 6, 2016, he revealed on Thursday (March 17). The album has already scored two chart-topping singles with “John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16″ and “Break on Me,” which recently became Urban’s 20th No. 1 hit. He will release the album’s third single on Tuesday, March 29, but has not announced a title. “Ripcord is almost done — and it’s been an exhilarating journey,”
Final Stats | Box Score | Postgame Notes | Postgame Quotes | Photo Gallery BOISE, Idaho (AP) New Mexico used a 15-2 run late in the second half coupled with timely free throw shooting down the stretch to sneak by Boise State 88-83 Saturday afternoon in Taco Bell Arena. Nick Duncan led the way for the Broncos with 19 points, who now fall to 15-7 on the year and 6-3 in MW conference play. The Broncos led 65-61 with 6:03 left to play in the game, but a Lobo surge that included three 3-pointers and six free throws allowed the visitors to open up a 76-67 lead
Final Stats | Box Score | Postgame Notes | Boise State Postgame Quotes | SDSU Postgame Quotes | Photo Gallery BOISE, Idaho- A battle between the top two teams in the Mountain West Conference lived up to the billing with an exciting finish before San Diego State prevailed 56-53, against Boise State Saturday, at Taco Bell Arena. Down 54-44 with four minutes remaining in the game, the Broncos (13-5, 4-1 MW) mounted a comeback and came up inches away from forcing overtime. The Aztecs (12-6, 5-0 MW) turned the ball over on six of seven possessions and Boise State scored nine of the final 11 points, including
Anthony Drmic scored 19 points, and Boise State overcame a double-digit deficit in the first half and held on to beat No. 24 Oregon 74-72 Saturday. Final Stats | Box Score | Postgame Notes | Postgame Quotes | Photo Gallery BOISE, Idaho (AP) Leon Rice and Boise State finally got its signature win. Anthony Drmic scored 19 points, and the Broncos overcame a double-digit deficit in the first half and held on to beat No. 24 Oregon 74-72 Saturday. For Boise State (7-4), it was the first win over a ranked team in four tries. The Broncos already had lost twice to Arizona and to Michigan State.