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Long road took Gonzaga Prep player to Cusick

For someone who didn’t exactly plan out his life, Mike Keogh was feeling pretty fortunate last week as he sat on the tailgate of his pickup in Cusick, directing the grade school kids who were arriving for flag football practice. “I’ve been pretty blessed,” coach Keogh said, oblivious to the rain. “It’s been a good life so far.”

Idaho judge to rule in UI retirees lawsuit

A District Court judge will issue a written ruling in a lawsuit a group of 268 retirees filed against the University of Idaho over early retirement benefits.

UI professor joins ice melt research

At the Greenland ice sheet’s coldest and thickest point, where temperatures can plunge to 55 degrees below zero and ancient ice layers are 10,000 feet deep, a University of Idaho professor will use weather balloons to study whether changing cloud patterns are speeding up the ice melt. The twice-daily balloon launches will collect data about temperature, air pressure and humidity. Over time, the information will provide an intricate look at clouds blanketing the Northern Hemisphere’s largest ice mass.

Upgrades turn Kibbie Dome into a bright spot

MOSCOW, Idaho – He made his way through the Vandals’ plush, revamped locker rooms and past the spacious athletic equipment center. Snaking through the bowels of the Kibbie Dome, Rob Spear stopped and swung open two doors. Natural light streamed through the once-dark tunnel, and Idaho’s athletic director craned his neck skyward to show how the Dome looked bigger now that its west wall has a brighter look.

UI student in critical condition after fall

A University of Idaho student who reportedly fell from a third-story fraternity house window over the weekend was listed Monday in critical condition at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.

Man injured in fall from UI fraternity

Moscow police say a University of Idaho student was seriously injured when he fell from a window or the roof of a fraternity Saturday morning.

UI to offer students free laundry

MOSCOW, Idaho – The days when residents of University of Idaho housing use quarters to do their laundry appear to be over. The Moscow-based school is doing away with requiring students to pay to wash and dry their clothing.

Dots connect on Idaho education corridor

A college foundation’s recent purchase of 17 acres of land in downtown Coeur d’Alene has accelerated a process to create an expanded higher education campus shared by multiple schools. On July 23, the North Idaho College Foundation bought the DeArmond stud mill, formerly owned by Stimson Lumber Co. It was the last waterfront mill in Coeur d’Alene when it closed in May 2008. The foundation leased the property to North Idaho College.