It is that time for the annual “Christmas Letter” looking back at the past year’s stories, comments, and passings. You can click on the ARCHIVE button below the cityscape photo to jog your memory. Please share your favorite stories and headlines.
The scandal at the Ada County Misdemeanor Probation services was by far the most commented upon. We first broke the story in May. Some things never change, the Depot is still closed to the public and Boise City continues to find cash for surveys and studies that go nowhere.
–The F-35 seems to being having trouble getting airborne
–Urban Renewal got a little bit of control on future agencies
–Avimor remains a ghost town
–Ice World Hockey remains colorful
–Ada Landfill remains controversial, County is still our $2 million
–Fire Station closed in Garden City due to budget woes
–Boise Council election slips by unnoticed
–Idaho continues to offer PAYMENTS to businesses locating here
–Guns on campus debated
–G-Bad boys and girls have colorful run
–Garden Valley School District has serious politics
–Bike Ban in Garden City drags on
–Guv Butch joined GUARDIAN opposition to State purchase of storage units
–Coppers on Choppers, Boise PD patrols Boise County
–Fire Dept. fee schedule caused stir and fast fade
–Fire union does charity drive on city time
–Land Board to Build Brew Pub downtown
–Sniper School revealed in Caribou Forest
–Occupy folks still camped out
–Ada Commish on gender bias,Boise library harassment
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