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The Legacy of Tom Lopac

The Legacy of Tom Lopac

By Daniel Bobinski The word of God says that faith without works is dead. If that’s the case, Tom Lopac
Excessive Bureaucracy in Boise Sends Chicken Restaurant to Meridian

Excessive Bureaucracy in Boise Sends Chicken Restaurant to Meridian

After a brief stint of operating in Boise, a drive-thru chicken chain got tired of Boise’s bureaucracy, so they threw
Highway 16 Construction is Connecting Star/Hwy 44 with the Interstate

Highway 16 Construction is Connecting Star/Hwy 44 with the Interstate

People driving in west Ada County / east Canyon County are seeing the last few years of a decades-long plan
Monthly Ada Cty ConservativesOf Meeting Falls on Sept. 11 – Rep. Party Chair Dorothy Moon to Open Meeting

Monthly Ada Cty ConservativesOf Meeting Falls on Sept. 11 – Rep. Party Chair Dorothy Moon to Open Meeting

The September meeting the Ada County ConservativesOf organization meets at 6:30 PM on Monday, September 11 at Harvest Church at
Grand Opening of Nampa Farmers Market Marks 35th Season

Grand Opening of Nampa Farmers Market Marks 35th Season

Saturday, April 15 is the official grand opening of the Nampa Farmers Market.  More than 115 vendors and food trucks
Meridian Library Board Lies to Patrons, Commissioners Delay Their Decision on Ballot Matter

Meridian Library Board Lies to Patrons, Commissioners Delay Their Decision on Ballot Matter

The Meridian Library has an obscenity problem. Some call it porn. A group called Concerned Citizens of Meridian has tried
Meridian Library Board Keeps Porn Available to Kids; Citizens Group Petitions for Board to Be Dissolved

Meridian Library Board Keeps Porn Available to Kids; Citizens Group Petitions for Board to Be Dissolved

On March 20, Ada County Commissioners will decide whether to let the public vote on the future of the current
Statement from Eagle Police Chief on Murder-Suicide Attempt

Statement from Eagle Police Chief on Murder-Suicide Attempt

On Wednesday, March 8, a murder/suicide was attempted in Eagle, Idaho.  The shooter killed a woman, who appears to be
It’s Not Idaho’s Job to Participate in California’s Bad Green Energy Fantasy

It’s Not Idaho’s Job to Participate in California’s Bad Green Energy Fantasy

Op-Ed by Glenneda Zuiderveld The views and opinions expressed by contributors to True Idaho News do not necessarily reflect those
Meridian Residents Have Opportunity to Push Back Against Child Porn Children’s Books in Libraries

Meridian Residents Have Opportunity to Push Back Against Child Porn Children’s Books in Libraries

By Michael Hon Meridian residents may be unaware, but obscene material is freely accessible by our children at Meridian Library