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newsmaker January 25, 2018

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newsmaker January 14, 2018

An Idaho pizzeria is drawing attention for the unusual way it disciplines workers who burn pizzas — with a public pizza-shaming. Pesto’s Pizza Shop in Boise posted on its Facebook page that employees who overcook pies are made to don a large orange bag reading, “I burned a pizza,” and walk five laps in front […]

newsmaker January 14, 2018

BARNSTABLE, Mass. – Recent bone-chilling temperatures across Massachusetts have had even turkey vultures seeking warmth. The Cape Cod Times reports two turkey vultures whose wings were encased in ice were taken to the Cape Wildlife Center this month after a woman discovered them huddling to stay warm under a bush in her backyard. Wildlife center […]

newsmaker January 14, 2018

PARIS (Reuters) – A Frenchman who drank excessive amounts of alcohol and then drove 17 times round a roundabout said he had not heard the sirens when police finally brought him to a halt. The dizzying drive was not the 73-year-old’s first offence of its kind, Ouest France newspaper, which reported the tale, said of […]

newsmaker January 14, 2018

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — A Rhode Island rapper whose songs include “Sell Drugsz” has been sentenced to three years in prison for doing just that. Federal prosecutors say 30-year-old Michael Persaud, of Johnston, was sentenced Tuesday in federal court in Providence for trafficking heroin and fentanyl. His stage name is Montana Millz. Prosecutors say an […]

newsmaker January 14, 2018

Police in Washington State say they’re trying to find the rightful owner of an urn “with cremated remains” that was donated to a Goodwill location. In a tweet the Vancouver Police Department sent on Wednesday, authorities said they were “seeking assistance to locate anyone associated with an urn with cremated remains inside that was donated […]

newsmaker January 14, 2018

REXBURG — When Lauren Madsen and her husband, Nate, married, they planned to adopt children but expected to do so after having a few biological children first. Those plans changed after Lauren Madsen suffered a series of miscarriages, and the couple decided to speed up their plans by starting their family via adoption. The Madsens […]

newsmaker January 14, 2018

REXBURG — Brigham Young University–Idaho ranked second in the top 30 conservative Christian colleges and universities of 2017-2018, according to Online Christian Colleges. Online Christian Colleges is a website that ranks Christian colleges around the world. In this instance schools were ranked by a point system according to tuition, student-to-faculty ratio, Christian-related activities, coursework graduation […]

newsmaker January 14, 2018

In what could be described as a comedy of errors, three cars wound up getting stuck near the Ice Caves starting on Friday and ending Saturday night. “Somebody went out there yesterday, and they got stuck. Somebody went out to help, and they got stuck. Then somebody else went out to help them, and they […]

newsmaker January 14, 2018

Named to the 2017-18 All-USA Idaho football second team is Madison’s Joseph Dougherty as a tight end. The 6’3”, 210-pound receiver for the Madison Bobcats had 70 receptions for 790 yards and nine touchdowns. “Joe was a man among boys when he caught a pass across the middle,” said his coach, Mitch Buck, after the […]