🌱 Serving Broncos + Eagle Parking + Conservatory Lights

Hello, everyone! John Braese here with your fresh copy of the Boise Daily, full of all the community news you need to know right now. Today you will read about:

  • That judicial fights further regarding Idaho Transgender Youth Sport Law.
  • Linemen became dishwashers and receivers became waiters Broncos helped out with a holiday dinner for the less fortunate.
  • You have the opportunity to stroll past 600,000 lights and all for a good cause.

But first today’s weather:

clouds and sunshine. High: 44 Low: 30.


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Here are today’s top stories in Boise:

  1. That Boise State Soccer Team was in place but not out of the blue. KTVB TVs Jay Tust and Zack Armstrong were also present when the Broncos assisted Boise rescue mission held their annual Thanksgiving banquet at the Cathedral of the Rockies in downtown Boise. (KTVB.com)
  2. Work took months to complete, but 600,000 lights are ready for your enjoyment at the Idaho Botanical Garden. KIVI-TV’s Christinna Bautista shares who set up the lights for Winter Garden Aglow and also provides a link to buy tickets. (Idaho News 6 Boise Twin Falls)
  3. Four parking spaces. A 20 years dispute Involvement of lawyers and more $70,000 in legal fees and in the end that City of the Eagle takes away parking space, so an HOA doesn’t have to follow a court order. To understand all of this, take a look at BoiseDev’s Margaret Carmel‘s story on four parking lots. (boisedev)
  4. Thanksgiving turned out to be sunny and clear with the same outlook for the weekend. Now would be a good time to see some local properties in the market and Boise patch offers you a guide. (Boise Patch)
  5. That litigation on Idaho’s transgender youth sports law continues. IdahoEdNews carries a story over Kelcie Mosely Morris about the latest round of litigation. Three judges of the US Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments Tuesday, which will determine the law, can remain in force. (idahoednews)

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From my notebook:

  • Idaho Humane Society: β€œWe used pumpkin puree and non-dairy whipped cream to make pumpkin pie for our dogs! They were big fans of this sweet holiday treat. To learn more about the dogs in this video, visit our website: https://bit.ly/IHSDogs” (Idaho Humane Society via Facebook)
  • US National Weather Service Boise Idaho: β€œIt has been the coldest November in #Boise since 2000. The average temperature is about 6 degrees below the normal November AVG (40.1 degrees). Colder temperatures are expected next week.” (US National Weather Service Boise Idaho via Facebook)
  • Boise Art Museum: “We are closed today for a holiday. Join us again Saturday, November 26 from 10am to 5pm.” (Boise Art Museum via Instagram)
  • Little Theater Boise: “New Season 75 merchandise is available now! Get Boise Little Theater branded face masks and other gear here: https://boiselittletheater.org… #boiselittletheater #75thgalamerchandise #boise #holidayoutfit.” (Boise Little Theater via Instagram)
  • Boise State Public Radio: “Life’s Kitchen won $1,000 in on-air messaging in 2020, and your favorite nonprofit could get the same award this year! Here’s what Life’s Kitchen had to say about the messaging and how it benefited their organization. ” (Boise State Public Radio via Facebook)

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β€” John Braese

About Me: Welcome to the Boise Edition of patch.com. I’m the community editor on this exciting endeavor for the Boise area. Born and raised in Boise, I attended Bishop Kelly High School before graduating from Borah High School more than a few years ago. I’ve seen Boise grow significantly over the past few years, but I still have the appeal of my hometown. I want to hear what’s important to you and what stories you’d like to see on patch.com. Feel free to email me at [email protected] or call or text me at 208.954-9585.

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