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Breaking the rules occasionally pays off — A GRIP ON SPORTS Any list of best or greatest managers in Seattle Mariners' history begins and ends with one name: Lou Piniella. That's how it should be. But last night, Lloyd McClendon went against one of Piniella's cardinal rules and it worked. Boy, did it ever work. Read on.
Sep 20, 2014

There are rules to live by and rules to be broken. Lloyd McClendon went with the latter last night. Our daily post.…

Luna on Idaho's next state superintendent: 'I hope they're bold' — Curious about his comments to the Times-News last week, I chatted today with state schools Superintendent Tom Luna about the race to replace him. Luna confirmed that he has not endorsed either candidate in the race - Republican Sherri Ybarra or Democrat Jana Jones. “It’s likely or possible that a ...
Sep 19, 2014

Eye on Boise:Luna on Idaho's next state schools chief: 'I hope they're bold.' Hasn't endorsed either candidate #idpol

Ysursa urges voters to register, marks National Voter Registration Month — Idaho Secretary of State Ben Ysursa is reminding voters that September is National Voter Registration Month, and urging them to be aware of deadlines for the upcoming Nov. 4 general election. “Participation is the essence of democracy, and I encourage all eligible voters to check their registration status online or ...
Sep 19, 2014

Eye on Boise: Ysursa urges voters to register, marks national voter registration month #idpol