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Nampa's name translates from Shoshone to either moccasin or footprint. Colonel William H. Dewey built the elegant Dewey Palace Hotel in 1902 for $250,000. The hotel survived the great fire of 1909, but was demolished in 1963 because there was no interest in investing to renovate the grand structure. Remnants from the hotel, such as the chandelier and the hotel safe, are at the Canyon County Historical Museum.

Population: 81557
Local Newspapers: Idaho Press-Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Boise Hawks (NL baseball)
Local Colleges: College of Western Idaho Northwest Nazarene University

Zip Codes associated with nampa, idaho: 83651 83686 83687
Towns/Cities near nampa, idaho : Meridian Kuna Caldwell Middleton Boise Marsing

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Idaho House backs move to ease some mandatory minimum drug sentences - Mon, 12 Mar 2018 PST

The Idaho House debates legislation to ease some mandatory minimum drug sentences, on Monday, March 12, 2018. Here's how North Idaho representative voted on HB 581 , the bill to allow judges to ease mandatory minimum drug sentences in certain cases: Voting yes: Reps.

Genesis Prep Marsell Colbert the first African-American head coach to ...

Genesis Prep boys basketball coach Marsell Colbert talks about winning the state championship during an interview at the school in Post Falls on Friday, March 9, 2018. A FedEx employee in 1997, Marsell Colbert wasn't surprised to learn he was Coeur d'Alene's first African-American courier.

Eye on Boise: Denney gets a do-over on his budget - Sun, 11 Mar 2018 PST

Idaho Secretary of State Lawerence Denney, a former longtime lawmaker and former speaker of the House, complained that lawmakers "gutted" his budget this year when they left out funding for an election technology upgrade. Now, they've changed course and approved the funding, with conditions.

Looking to the future after becoming a teenage felon - Sat, 10 Mar 2018 PST

Zachary Neagle is led away from the courtroom after his sentencing May 12, 2010 at Canyon County Courthouse in Caldwell, Idaho. In May 2009, Neagle killed his 32-year-old father, Jason Neagle, in their Caldwell home.

JFAC does a re-do on Secty of State's budget, funds $1.2M election tech upgrade

The Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee did a re-do on the Idaho Secretary of State's budget today, and relented on providing $1.2 million in one-time funds next year for an elections system technological upgrade, which Denney said is needed to launch a new statewide, online, searchable campaign finance system in time for the 2020 presidential election, as recommended by a legislative interim working group on campaign finance reform and ethics. "It was always the committee's intent, I believe, to appropriate the $1.2 million," said Rep. Neil Anderson, R-Blackfoot, who made the successful motion today.

American Conservation Union endorses David Leroy

The American Conservative Union is the latest high-profile group to announce an endorsement in the race for Idaho's 1st Congressional District open seat. Republican candidate David Leroy, former Idaho attorney general and former lieutenant governor, announced Thursday that he had secured the endorsement.

Two congressional hopefuls spar over drug sentencing laws in Idaho...

All three North Idaho members of the House Judiciary Committee voted against the bill, including Reps. Luke Malek, R-Coeur d'Alene; Don Cheatham, R-Post Falls; and Paul Amador, R-Coeur d'Alene.

Crapo, Risch welcome Idaho delegates for U.S. Senate youth program

Idaho Senators Mike Crapo and Jim Risch Wednesday welcomed Idaho's delegates to the 56th annual United States Senate Youth Program that will be held March 3-10, 2018, in Washington, D.C. Patricia Swenson of Jerome and Keegan Wolfe of Saint Anthony were chosen from students across Idaho to be part of the 104 student delegation who will attend the program's annual Washington Week. Patricia Swenson currently attends Jerome Ridge High School where she has served in student government all four years of her study there and is currently senior class representative.

Search held at Idaho School District Office for woman missing 54 years

Boise State student Zongbo Xu works with professor of geophysics Dylan Mikesell to test out a device which will be used to take readings of the foundation of the Nampa School District office to search for remains of Lillian Richey. Gene Richey, son of Lillian Richey, hopes to finally get closure as a search was conducted at the Nampa School District office for her body.

Police, college students search for body of Nampa woman

Police and college students are using cadaver dogs and ground-penetrating radar to search for the body of a southwestern Idaho woman who has been missing for more than 50 years. Nampa police officers and geophysics students from Boise State University began the search Wednesday, targeting areas underneath the Nampa School District administration building.

March 6, 2018: What to Know

Veteran diplomats are expressing skepticism over news out of South Korea that North Korea is willing to begin talks with the U.S. on giving up its nuclear weapons. The New York Times reports this morning that South Korean officials also indicated the North Koreans would suspend all nuclear and missile tests during any possible dialogue with Washington.

House passes controversial private-school scholarship bill, sends to Senate

The Idaho House meets on Monday, March 5, 2018. After a ceremony commemorating "Idaho Day," the House passed several bills, including a controversial measure to set up a scholarship fund for private school students to be managed by the state Board of Education.

'Marsy's Law for Idaho' fails; 42-28 House vote is short of required two-thirds

Rep. Crane, R-Nampa, argues in favor of "Marsy's Law for Idaho," a proposed victims rights amendment to the Idaho Constitution. HJR 8, the "Marsy's Law for Idaho" proposed constitutional amendment on victim's rights, has failed in the House by falling short of the required two-thirds, or 47 votes to pass the vote was 42-28 in favor of it, and came after more than an hour and a half of heartfelt debate.

Bill to reverse much-reviled 2016 non-compete law passes Senate, 29-5

Legislation to reverse a controversial 2016 change to Idaho law that makes it easier for employers to sue former employees over non-compete contracts has cleared the Idaho Senate on a 29-5 vote. When the 2016 bill passed on divided votes, opponents said it would make it difficult for employees to leave a job to start their own business or join another firm, and could hurt business expansion in Idaho.

Idaho Senate backs 'stand your ground' gun law on party-line vote - Fri, 02 Mar 2018 PST

The Idaho Senate has passed a "stand your ground" gun law on a 29-6 party-line vote, with all Senate Republicans voting in favor and all Senate Democrats voting against. "Idaho has some of the best self-defense laws in the country," Sen. Todd Lakey, R-Nampa, told the Senate.

'Marsy's Law for Idaho' clears House panel on close, 9-6 vote

After a lengthy and emotional hearing, the House State Affairs Committee has narrowly approved "Marsy's Law for Idaho," a proposed constitutional amendment on victims' rights, on a 9-6 vote. Rep. Heather Scott, R-Blanchard, said, she had concerns over "heavy-handed tactics used" to push the legislation.

Otter's health coverage gap bill pulled, in dramatic defeat - Tue, 27 Feb 2018 PST

Gov. Butch Otter's dual-waiver Idaho Health Care Plan was pulled from the Idaho House on Tuesday without a vote and sent back to committee, in a dramatic defeat for Otter and others who have pushed for five years to close the state's health coverage gap. House Health and Welfare Chairman Fred Wood, R-Burley, told the House, "I think we all know what's going on here.

School district, police to search for body in cold case

The Nampa School District is teaming up with the Nampa Police Department and students from the Boise State University Society of Exploration Geophysicists student chapter to try to solve a 54-year-old cold case of a missing Nampa woman. In February, 1964, 51-year-old Lillian Richey disappeared from her home just blocks from where construction workers were laying the foundation of what would, years later, become the Nampa School District Office.

Idaho legislature pushes for changes to human trafficking laws

Since the start of the 2018 legislative session, there has been a push to change Idaho's human trafficking laws. On Jan. 19, two bills were introduced into the House Judiciary, Rules and Administration Committee.

North Idaho Eagles leader swept up in child sex sting had extensive...

Former Coeur d'Alene Fraternal Order of Eagles president Ronald Nold - twice convicted of child sex crimes before he went on to hold leadership positions in at least six other Eagles posts around Idaho - will plead guilty to a criminal charge related to an internet sting operation in which a police officer posed as a teen boy, his attorney said in a court hearing. The 65-year-old continued to work from his office Wednesday in the lobby of Heatherstone, a senior home community he manages in Hayden.

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