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The winner will receive a Guru gift basket, and sales proceeds will go to the winners nonprofit of choice. In Boise, theres no donut like a Guru donut. For years, Guru has wowed Boise with its inventive flavors but a circuit around the hold in the middle can go both ways, and for its Be a Guru Donut Contest, the glaze king is asking Boiseans to design what they think the perfect donut flavor is. Here are therules: Show up at Guru Donuts 928 W. Main St., grab one of the contests provided slips and name your flavor idea by Friday, Nov. 30. Soon thereafter, customers will be asked to vote on what they think the best five submitted flavors are, and on Christmas Eve Monday, Dec. 24, Guru will announce the winning donut, which will appear on Gurus January 2019 donut menu. The winner will receive a Guru gift basket, and sales proceeds will go to the winners nonprofit of choice.
Show us you can write your way out of a paper bag before Monday, Nov. 19. Now in its 17th year, the Boise Weekly Fiction 101 contest is in an awkward place. If it were a person, it would be old enough to drive, but it wouldnt be old enough to have voted in the midterm electionswhich is a shame, as we here at the Weekly are almost as interested in how a sentient literary contest might have cast its ballot as what the scribbling public will have to say in their entries this year. In the past, writers from Boise and beyond have submitted stories about love and loss, murder, their cats, veteran homecomings, growing old and nature. Theyve addressed politics and their deepest secrets. Often, the entries were laugh-out-loud funny, like stories about the legendary tan daddy, grandparents keeping the flame alive through S&M, and what goes on at band practice that stays at band practice. Entries for this years contest are due on Monday, Nov. 19. If you havent submitted yours by now, dont panic: The rules are simple. Entries must be 101 words long, typed in Microsoft Word and emailed to us at fiction101boiseweekly.com in the form of attachments. Accompanying each entry should be a $10 entry fee use our portal, payment.boiseweekly.com, with the titles of your story/stories in the Notes section. For people who prefer to pay by check, send payment to: Boise Weekly/Fiction 101 523 Broad St. Boise, ID 83702 Winning entries will be selected by our panel of expert judges and published in the Wednesday, Jan. 2, edition of Boise Weekly. Winning authors will get cash prizes and be invited to read at our annual Boise Weekly Fiction 101 party hosted by Rediscovered Books.
We are so excited to bring this legend to our stage once again for a memorable night. Two cheeseburgers in paradise to go, please. Jimmy Buffett, who hasnt appeared in Boise in six years, is scheduled to perform at Taco Bell Arena on Wednesday, March 13, as part of his Son of a Son of a Sailor tour. Tickets will go on sale Monday, Nov. 19, at the Taco Bell Arena box office, at ticketmaster.com or by phone at 208-426-1766. Theres an eight-ticket limit per customer. We are so excited to bring this legend to our stage once again for a memorable night, wrote Taco Bell Arena Executive Director Lisa Cochran in Tuesday mornings official announcement. Cochran added that when Buffett last performed in Boise back in 2012, the show immediately sold out. Earlier this year, Buffetts prolific songbook was the centerpiece of the Broadway musical Escape to Margaritaville. The musical is expected to go on a national tour in 2019. Additionally, Buffett is about to drop a new album this week, where he teams with Alan Jackson, Kenny Chesney, Clint Black, George Strait, Toby Keith and Martina McBride in newly recorded versions of tracks from his previous chart-topper License to Chill album, which went platinum after its initial release in 2004.
Arizona finally has a winner in its U.S. Senate race unlike Florida and Georgia, the American Heart Association is out with new cholesterol guidelines, the infamous thru-turn will be unveiled tonight on State Street and take a look at the teaser trailer for Toy Story 4. NPR reports that Kyrsten Sinema, a Democrat and former social worker, has been declared the winner in an extremely tight Senate race in Arizona, a state that has long been a Republican bastion.Meanwhile, a federal judge in Georgia has ordered a delay in the certification of that states election results, and in Florida, razor-thin margins in races for Governor and the U.S. Senate have triggered an official recount. Reuters reports that local elections officers must complete machine recounts by 3 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 15, but some are warning they may not be done in time. If the margin is still within one-quarter of a percentage point, another recount will be ordered. The much-debated thru-turn is scheduled to open this evening at State Street and Veterans Memorial Parkway. Following months of construction, left turn signals have been removed from the intersection. Instead, the Ada County Highway District says drivers on State Street will continue through the intersection, make a U-turn at the next traffic signal, drive back to the intersection and make a right turn onto Veterans Memorial Parkway. ACHD insists that the change will reduce wait times at the intersection by about 50 percent. pdf-1 Doctors from Johns Hopkins Medicine and the American Heart Association have released updated guidelinesformanaging cholesterol to minimize the risk of heart attack and stroke. They advocate for more scheduled testing of LDL, or bad cholesterol. From the other end of the health spectrum, Food and Wine magazine reports that McDonalds has begun testing something new at franchises in California, Nevada and Hawaii: cheesy bacon fries. Thats a big deal for McDonalds locations in the U.S., but Food and Wine says the chain once tried chocolate and pumpkin sauce fries in some of its locations in Japan. Disney fans blew up the internet Monday when the Mouse House released its first teaser trailer for Toy Story 4.The film opens in June of 2019. Take a look:
As part of his so-called Loud & Clear tour, Noah will perform at CenturyLink Arena on Saturday, March 2, 2019. His Idaho appearance isnt slated for another three-and-a-half months, but tickets to see The Daily Shows Trevor Noah at Boises CenturyLink Arena will go on sale this Friday, Nov. 16. After becoming a comedy sensation in his native South Africa, Trevor became the unlikely successor to Jon Stewart to host The Daily Show in 2015. Since then, hes been nominated for four Emmy Awards, named to The Hollywood Reporters 35 Most Powerful People in New York media list and, earlier this year, included in Time magazines 100 most influential people in the world. In 2016, he penned an autobiography, Born a Crime and Noah boasts more than 3 million Instagram followers. And As part of his so-called Loud & Clear tour, Noah will perform at CenturyLink Arena on Saturday, March 2, 2019. Tickets range from $39.50 to $75 and will go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. at centurylinkarenaboise.com or at the CenturyLink Arena box office.
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Court records show the former executive director of the Idaho Association of Highway Districts has been charged with embezzling funds from the organization between 2013 and 2016. The Idaho Statesman reported Monday that Stuart Davis was charged with seven counts of grand theft over $1,000. The indictment alleges that Davis used embezzled funds for personal ...
April Robinson has joined TitleOne as an office administrator in the companys Caldwell office. Robinson has three years of title and escrow experience, as well as experience working at several vineyards in the Willamette Valley. Robinson holds a bachelors degree in public relations and advertising from University of Oregon. Mariah Schoolcraft has joined TitleOne as ...
Episciences in Boise celebrated the completion of a new manufacturing facility on Nov. 2with a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony. International distributors from Hong Kong, Poland and the United Kingdom were in attendance, as well as local employees and members of the Boise business community.
Loretta LeBaron has joined TitleOne as a delivery specialist in the companys Twin Falls office. She has seven years of customer service experience and is bilingual in English and Spanish. LeBaron is also a licensed cosmetologist.
The five-year journey to a new St. Lukes McCall Medical Center awaits McCall city approval of design documents that St. Lukes Health System submitted Oct. 23. Construction is anticipated to start in spring or early summer on a two-story, 50,000-square-foot addition in the parking lot to the north of the existing hospital. St. Lukes is ...
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Idaho construction contractors ran into something scary on Halloween as they conducted maintenance repairs on the Idaho 45 bridge over the Snake River: two unexploded military ordnances. According to an Click to Continue
The Boise State football team has a maximum of four games remaining at New Mexico on Friday, home against Utah State on Nov. 24, a potential Mountain West championship Click to Continue
This story is part of our Curious Idaho series, where you vote on questions submitted by readers, and then we investigate the winning question for a story. Steve Gale of Click to Continue
College coaches around the West have found their way to the Treasure Valleys fertile recruiting grounds. Three girls in the 5A Southern Idaho Conference enter the season committed to Division Click to Continue
In his final season at Boise State, Leighton Vander Esch led the Broncos with 141 combined tackles. Nine games into his rookie season in the NFL, the star from Salmon Click to Continue
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