Good fences make good neighbors; Bad fences make for a court battle
Police in Caldwell have been shooting the birds at night, but the city is now working with a company that says its equipment is a better option because it's science-based and humane.
"We'll either shoot up in the air to scare them or actually shoot the birds, either one, depending on how difficult it is to get them to move," Caldwell Police Chief Chris Allgood said.
CALDWELL, Idaho (KBOI) - Three Canyon County school superintendents came together to give the status of their districts at a forum. A Q and A was held for Caldwell, Nampa and Vallivue school heads by the Canyon County republicans.
The Caldwell superintendent says his focus is on academics.
A Nampa City Council member, who isn't currently on the Nampa Development Corporation board, is working to change who's in control.
Police say bar fight leads to 2 knife attacks
"In our tree ordinance, we don't enforce anything on private property unless the tree is dead or defaced or diseased where it could fall over and become a public hazard," said Robin Collins, Nampa's Assistant Economic Development Director.
The neighborhood saw a heavy police presence with tactical response teams and bomb units. Investigators say they found guns taken Monday morning along with televisions and other stolen property in a home on Sugar Loop Lane.
One of the first in the state to use them was the Canyon County Sheriff's Office. They use a thumb-sized camera, recording when they respond to certain calls.
Nick Martinez, 14, of Melba died Saturday after a car crash. His friends and family focused on remembering who he was at a vigil held at Melba Junior-Senior High School.
A few of the half a dozen bullets hit a parked car.
The layoffs at the potato processing plant amount to 262 Caldwell workers, according to the Idaho Department of Labor.