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Meals on Wheels America News - Hockey, Drums and Broadway? Redefining Senior Citizenship

Happy Senior Citizens Day!You are a champion for seniors every day — and we know Senior Citizens Day is no different! We wanted to share a story with you about one of our favorite seniors to celebrat…
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Meals on Wheels America News - Could You Live on $228 Per Week?

Poverty has an overwhelming grip on seniors across America.6.9 million seniors are struggling to make ends meet. The cost of living continues to rise. Retirement savings dwindle over time. Bills pile…
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Meals on Wheels America News - No American Should Be Left Behind

Lupe is the rock of her family.A deep tradition of service for our country ripples throughout their history, dating back to her stepfather's ultimate sacrifice while fighting in World War II.Decades …
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A Different Kind of 'Sign Language'

Banners. Signs with a word or two. Banners and signs beckoning us to look, and then directing or demanding something of us.  They seem to have become part of the urban and suburban landscape.  Do you…
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Meals on Wheels America's News - Even The Strongest Dads Need Help Sometimes

What would you do if you lost a leg and couldn't stand – much less stand over a stove to cook your meals?That's the reality Richard, 86 years old, lives with every single day. To make things more cha…
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What's For Lunch? Picnic in the Park Begins Its 2019 Season in Boise Parks

“The summer food program has a near and dear place in my hear.,” A line of kids quickly formed next to the Boise Co-op's so-called "Shake Bike." The kids  were anxious t…
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'Locked,' the Podcast

Listen to a preview of Locked by clicking here. In any given year, there are about a dozen Idaho news stories that warrant significantly more ink in a newspaper, a bigger…
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May 29, 2019: What to Know

Best of Boise has hit newsstands, Robert Mueller makes a public statement, Alex Trebek is reportedly in "near remission" from pancreatic cancer, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell would fill a Su…
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Idaho Supreme Court Upholds ISP Whistleblower Verdict, Slaps Down Cap on Damages

"We have to rely on good, honest, courageous people who stand up in whistleblower cases such as this," Eller's attorney. Sometimes their fight is the only thing that will let us see the light of day.…
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Boise Police Searching for Suspects After 13th Street Knife Attack

Investigators are calling on anyone with knowledge of the incident or suspects to call dispatch at 208-377-6790, or Crime Stoppers at 208-343-COPS. The Boise Police Depar…
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May 24, 2019: What to Know

Theresa May quits, nearly 230,000 Idahoans will hit the road this weekend for a rather damp Memorial Day, Boise School District classes are out for the summer and critics lambaste Disney's remake of …
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News - What A Waste: Immediate and Lasting Impact

What A Waste: Immediate and Lasting ImpactIn this post guest blogger Jackie Geralnick, MPH, RD, LD, Public Health Nutritionist at the Department of Aging and Community Living, District of Columbia, r…
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May 23, 2019: What to Know

India's historic election comes to a close, Taco Bell Arena gets a new name, an Idaho mayor gets ousted from office, a Four Weddings and a Funeral reunion will air tonight and "Once Upon a Time in Ho…
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Boise Library Director Booe is Finalist for Missouri Library Job

Kevin Booe is a finalist for the directorship of the library system in Joplin, Missouri. On Thursday, May 28, Boise Public Library Director Kevin Booe will go before the…
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May 22, 2019: What to Know

Amazon is facing investor pressure over facial recognition software, Canyon County voters reject the latest jail proposal, a Kansas 18-year-old will get a Harvard diploma one week after graduating hi…
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