Happy Saturday, neighbors! Here’s everything worth knowing in Boise today.
Welcome to the Saturday edition of the Boise Daily. The city is ready to unveil work completed on redistricting and is looking for citizen input. Fires have been a part of Idaho forever and now our local museum is highlighting this act of nature. Two stories involving our university’s athletics program today including big plans for the future and a gymnastics team achieving a record score. Finally, we learn giving speeches does not constitute community service hours.
First, today’s weather:
Cooler with some sun. High: 50 Low: 28.
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— John Braese
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