🌱 Potter Returns + Hot Cocoa Rolls + Update Daybell/Vallow Trial

Morning, Boise! Let’s get you started this Sunday with everything you need to know going on today in town.

Downtown Boise will be full of news people in January, 2023 as the time has been agreed upon for the Chad Daybell and Lori Vallow Daybell trial. A Meridian man is in custody after running and being found with narcotics and a large amount of cash. Harry Potter is back on the big screen for a short time and Pillsbury is bringing back a tasty breakfast roll. Finally, Michael Vaughn is still missing from Fruitland.

First, today’s weather:

Times of clouds and sun. High: 46 Low: 29.

Here are the top stories in Boise today:

The eight Harry Potter movies made made an astonishing $7.73 billion worldwide.

From my notebook:

  • Boise Parks and Recreation: “Are you dreaming of hitting the slopes or are you enjoying these warm December temperatures? Looks like it’s going to be another mild weekend in Boise: @loeblifephotography” (Instagram)
  • US National Weather Service Boise Idaho: “Areas of dense fog expected again tonight. A cold front on Saturday will clear out the fog and bring cooler conditions. Then Monday a storm system will bring rain and snow to the region! Then turning much cooler next week. #idwx #orwx” (Facebook)
  • #BoiseBucketList: “THE NUTCRACKER The beloved holiday classic choreographed by Peter Anastos is back! Join @balletidaho and celebrate their return to the stage and the joy of the season in glittering fashion.” (Instagram)
  • Radio Boise: “If you haven’t already, please take a moment to look through these wonderful album covers and vote on your favorite piece through the link in our bio.” (Instagram)
  • Boise Weekly: “Interview with Tenth Street Station’s Dan Krejci The bar’s been around for nearly 40 years! Link in bio” (Instagram)
  • Idaho Botanical Garden: “There isn’t much time left to sign up for the Treasure Valley Gardening Certificate Program! Classes start in January, this is the last month to register. We encourage folks to register by Dec 17th so books can be ordered.” (Facebook)

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John Braese

About me: Welcome to the Boise edition of I am the community editor in this exciting endeavor for the Boise area. I was born and grew up in Boise, attending Bishop Kelly High School before graduating from Borah High School more than a few years ago. I have seen Boise grow substantially in the last few years, but still maintain my hometown appeal. I want to hear about what is important to you and the stories you wish to see on Feel free to reach out to me via email at or drop me a phone call or text at 208 954-9585.

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