🌱 Txikiteo Closure + Local Shopping List + Adoption Foundation – Patch | Wonder Mind Kids

Good morning neighbors! It’s John Braese, your host Boise daily – here to tell you everything you need to know about what’s happening on the ground. Today’s edition includes:

  • A favorite Boise Downtown restaurant has announced his closure because they lose their lease.
  • A new Foundation, endowment operates in Boise helping children who are looking for families adoptions.
  • A pupils was accused of the money for his own personal use.

But first today’s weather:

Cold. High: 37 Low: 17.


Here are today’s top stories in Boise:

  1. We start with today Boise daily with some bad news for lovers of tapas and good wine. Editor-in-Chief of BoiseDev Gretchen Parsons writes TxikiteoBoise is downtown basque restaurant, closes after New Year’s Eve. The owners are leaving open the possibility of possibly relocating to another location after losing their lease on the Watercooler Building. (boisedev.com)
  2. It’s that time of year to check this out road condition when you are on the go. KTVB-TV Employee report Highway 84 Closed for several hours on Thursday morning due to several accidents. If your vacation plans include a visit to the Portland area, dial 511 Before your departure, find out about the current travel conditions. Frequently, Oregon closes the Ontario freeway, even when the accidents occur miles to the west. (KTVB)
  3. As the holidays get closer, we all love to support our neighbors and friends. From Boise’s Marissa publishes a long, voluminous list from places to shop local. The Boise Daily is here to both deliver local news and support local businesses. (from Boise)
  4. A Boise mother starts a Foundation, endowment to help children find permanent houses. CBS2 Ashley Carter talks to Holly Mills, mother of Emma Suzanne Mills. Named after Emma, ​​the foundation is working on it facilitate adoptions in the area. To learn more and learn how you can make a difference, visit the website here. (idaho news)
  5. A student at Boise State University has been charged grand theft after an on-campus fraternity discovered money was missing from their bank account. The Arbiter’s of Boise State University Taya Thornton Garrett Brinker reportedly turned himself in to the Ada County Sheriff’s Office two years after the charges were filed. Brinker was the former Treasurer of the Pi Kappa Alpha (pike) Fraternity. (Boise State University The Arbiter Online)

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From my notebook:

  • Idaho Humane Society: β€œLast week we had a great adoption week! 156 animals have found forever homes: 88 cats (66 were 11 months or younger), 57 dogs, 6 rabbits, four rats and one chicken.” (Idaho Humane Society via Facebook)
  • Boise weekly: “Sorry for a previous post. At least tasteless. We at Boise Weekly would like to offer our sincere condolences to all the family and friends of the U of I students who were horribly killed. β€” Jeanne Huff, editor” (Boise Weekly via Instagram)
  • Boise State Public Radio: “After four days of telling the public that there was no threat to the community following the stabbing of four University of Idaho students, Moscow police are reversing course.” (Boise State Public Radio via Facebook)
  • Blue Galleries in Boise State: β€œAll @boisestateuniversity students are invited to submit artwork for the 2023 Annual Student Juried Exhibition! Deliver your artwork to the Blue Galleries December 13 from 10am to 12pm or December 14 from 2pm to 6pm!” (Blue Galleries in Boise State via Instagram)
  • Special Olympics Idaho – Boise Community Stars Team: “Bobby and Nate enjoying powerlifting Wednesday night” (Special Olympics Idaho – Boise Community Stars Team via Facebook)
  • Boise Philharmonic: “Our own Boise Phil Brass Quintet recently spent time with students from Future Public School to demonstrate the elements of music and technique that go into performing various brass instruments.” (Boise Philharmonic via Facebook)

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Now you’re in the loop and ready to get this Friday off to a good start. See you tomorrow morning for another update!

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 john.braese@patch.com or call or text me at 208.954-9585.

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