By Photographer Bren Slade It began with one photographer asking, “How will the children be represented in this crisis?” During any calamity, local or worldwide, people do their jobs. The worldwide pandemic of COVID-19 is no exception. From healthcare workers to policemen, the work carries on. And photographers? Their job is to document it. An…

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Annual event ages well at 102 Caption for Thoroughly Modern Millie 2019: “Thoroughly Modern Millie” was presented at the Morrison Center during Boise Music Week 2019. The play was honored with three BroadwayWorld Regional Awards, including: Best Musical – non-professional. (Courtesy photo) By Gaye Bunderson There aren’t many things in life that last 102 years.…

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Caption: Jen Johnson is the mother of two sons with very special needs. She started a business — a kids’ gym called The Sensory Playce — specifically to help hers and others’ children. (Courtesy photo) By Jen Johnson I always wanted to be a mom, and after completing a master’s degree and building a career,…

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By Gaye Bunderson Editor’s note: Cassidy Littleton, 20, formerly of Twin Falls and now attending Northwest Nazarene University in Nampa, is working to create real change in the foster care system in the U.S. on both a state and national level. Last year, Cassidy — who was once a foster child herself — met with…

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By Jessie Horney Hi, my name is Jessie and I am a recovering summer-hater. “Oh, what’s the part you hate most, Jess? The endless sunshine and late nights of twilight warmth? The ice cream cones? The vacations and parties?” I KNOW, ok, I know, summer is everyone’s favorite time of year, and hating it is…

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