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Hi there. It’s me, John Braese, your host of the Boise Daily. Keep reading to find out the most important things happening these days in town…

We start the Friday edition of Boise Daily with a Party faded away wrong at Boise State University and college do not release a lot of information after a investigation. The City of Boise is exchanging online shopping safer, and your favorite hot sauce can be hard to find. A meridian couple faces prison life, and see if you can guess what seven Boise restaurants are on the Sales to block.

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Here are the top stories in Boise today:

  1. In sport, winning a title is a moment of celebration for both the team and the fans. When Boise State University won the title for the Mountain West male basketball season, the joyous day was placed under surveillance by the actions of the university security personnel including throwing the fans to the ground after the last game. WoodDev editor gift day and its staff have obtained a strong redacted reporting the incident and flagging the state university, citing “personnel issues”, is releasing littleif any, were taken after the release of ExtraMile Arena and Boise State athletic director Jeramiah Dickey excuses following the incident. (boisedev.com)
  2. You find the perfect mountain bike or collectible sweatshirt online and come to an agreement with the seller for the purchase. For the swapmeet at seller’s home or meet at home or meet at parking lot in downtown Boise at 1am? woody patch announces that the City of Boise has a new Internet shopping exchange location at west town hall to make buyer and seller feel safe. The area is the Boise Police Department parking lot, so officers will drive in and out and if anything goes wrong they are immediately available. (Boise patch)
  3. Your sushi might get more tame and that chicken sandwich might be less fun. King 5 new reports Huy Fong Foods, the maker of Srirachabespoke spicy condiment a ceased production due to a shortage of peppers. Your wait to toss some on scrambled eggs or on top of an Idaho baked potato may take a while, as September or October may be the next available date for delivery. (king5)
  4. By Friday at the end of the day, we will know the fate of the parents of Emrik Osuna9-year-old Meridian boy found dead in September 2020, after months of abuse. Monique Osuna, the boy’s stepmother, and Erik Osuna, the boy’s father, pleaded guilty to first degree murder charges. KTVB-TVit is Alexandra Dugan provides some of the terrible testimony heard in court about the boy’s daily life. When found, the 9-year-old child weighed 44 pounds. (KTVB)
  5. If you’re feeling down about your job in Boise or maybe you’re looking for a career change, Seven Wooded Restaurants are currently for sale and looking for new blood to lead the charge. LITE-FMMichelle Heart from provides clues to mystery restaurants that are currently waiting for a new owner, maybe you. Prices vary from a ridiculous $110,000 at $1.5 million. (liteonline)

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Today in Boise:

  • It’s a rodeo, but without horses or bulls. Northwest Lineman College is holding an open house and Lineman Rodeo Friday. (8:00 a.m.)
  • Surel’s Place hosts the 10th anniversary Shrinky Dink Art Auction and Fundraiser Friday night. (6 p.m.)
  • A new art gallery opens in Eagle and hosts a grand opening. deep yellow gallery opens Friday. (6 p.m.)
  • Do you have a good dad joke or two? The Lounge at the End of the Universe hosts an outdoor party Idaho pun Friday night. (7 p.m.)
  • Watson’s Mystery Cafe and spirits welcomes over-18s to a live adult comedy show on Friday. (9 p.m.)

We arrived at the weekend. John L. Braese/Patch Media

From my notebook:

  • Boise State University: “Audrey Parker, a Spring 2022 @boisestateengineering and Top Ten Scholar graduate, is one of 31 scholars nationwide recently selected for the Tau Beta Pi Graduate Scholarship.” (Boise State University via Instagram)
  • Falconry Archives: “Normally we share artwork on our Instagram, but this absolutely stunning piece of Andrew Ellis of a gyrfalcon is too beautiful not to share here as well.” (Falconry archives via Facebook)
  • Wooded Zoo: “Reminder: Due to positive cases of avian flu in the area, Boise Zoo’s precautionary measures continue. Birds with indoor/outdoor exhibits are restricted to indoor access, while modifications have been made to other exhibitions.” (Boise Zoo via Facebook)
  • US National Weather Service Boise Idaho: “Significant rainfall is expected late Saturday through Monday. An atmospheric river of tropical origin will bring a substantial amount of moisture to the West.” (US National Weather Service Boise Idaho via Facebook)
  • Boise Contemporary Theatre: “We could use your help! We’re having our first free Play in the Park event and need people to help us with setup, staffing our information booth, participating in the raffle, controlling the crowds and clean up from 5-9 p.m. Bring a blanket or chairs.” (Boise Contemporary Theater via Instagram)

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John Braese

About me: Welcome to the Boise edition of patch.com. I’m the community editor at this exciting endeavor for the Boise area. I was born and raised in Boise, attended Bishop Kelly High School before graduating from Borah High School over a few years ago. I’ve seen Boise grow significantly over the past few years, while still retaining my hometown appeal. I want to know what’s important to you and what stories you want to see on patch.com. Please feel free to email me at john.braese@patch.com or give me a phone call or text at 208 954-9585.

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