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Career and Technical Education classes can be taken at Rennaissance High or Owyhee High. These classes are offered to all West Ada students and include EMT, firefighter, construction, police, culinary, CNA, medical terminology and computer technology I & II.

CTE Courses are Available to All Students Looking for Hands-on Experience

Azriel Bennett, Reporter February 23, 2024

At Eagle High, plenty of students want to do their best, and try and get an associate’s degree before they graduate. One way to accomplish that is taking a CTE, or Career and Technical Education, path...

The murders of Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin were extremely devastating for family members of the victims and students at University of Idaho. Pictured above is the Hello Walk located on the University of Idaho campus, leading to the administration building. Students are trying to heal since the tragedy happened.

New Information Arises Concerning the Murders in Moscow, Idaho

Aren Monk, Reporter January 30, 2024

One of the most tragic events that happened in Idaho, just over a year ago. On Nov. 13, 2022, four college students at the University of Idaho were tragically, allegedly by Bryan Kohberger. This event...

In N Out Has finally opened in Meridian, Idaho. Idahoans can now enjoy a good burger in the Gem State.

In-N-Out Has Officially Opened

Karlee Patterson, Photographer January 30, 2024

In-N-Out has officially opened on Dec. 14, 2023, At the Village in Meridian, Idaho. This marks the 400th store that the In-N-Out restaurant has opened. Idaho has been waiting a long time for In-N-Out to...

The Idaho ski and snowboard season is in full swing. Ski resorts all over Idaho are open for business as winter slowly approaches. Tamarack, Bogus Basin and Brundage have been working on cat tracks, terrain parks and maintaining runs.

Skiers Slide Into Local Ski Resorts

Caleb Zawadzki, Reporter December 14, 2023

Local ski slopes are opening soon. With three resorts including Brundage, Tamarack and Bogus Basin within two and a half hours from each other and the heart of Boise. These three mountains can be great...

Political signs are placed throughout the city of Eagle. These signs promote runners for the upcoming election. Residents of Eagle will vote for a mayor on Nov. 7.

Eagle Elections are Right Around the Corner

Azriel Bennett, Reporter November 10, 2023

Though the presidential elections are about a year away, the mayoral elections in Eagle are on Nov.7. Lots of new and old faces alike are vying for the position. Starting with Jason Pierce, the current...

Boise State freshman Ellie Friedt enjoys her first day of college, where she gets in-state tuition.

Biden’s plan for student loan forgiveness temporarily blocked

Elizabeth Martin, Editor November 28, 2022

College prices have been on the rise for decades, and the demand for such an education has matched this sharp incline. With more and more students matriculating into post-secondary institutions each year,...

The Boise Festival of Trees took place at the Grove Hotel.

Boise Festival of Trees lights up another year

Leah Barnes, Copy Editor November 28, 2022

Every year, the Treasure Valley welcomes the holiday season with the annual Boise Festival of Trees, an event put on by Saint Alphonsus. According to saintalphonsus.org, “100% of net proceeds from...

The Idaho Veterans Cemetery is located in Eagle, Idaho and first opened in November of 2004.

Veterans Day has a complicated history in America

Ivan Warner, Photographer November 28, 2022

In the last 68 years, Americans have come together on Nov. 11 to celebrate Veterans Day. In other countries, it is known as Armistice Day. On May 13, 1938, Armistice was declared as a legal holiday in...

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