Category Archives: Blog – Paul J

Walking In A Winter Wonderland

Walking In A Winter Wonderland

It takes a Winter like the present one to make one appreciate the Winters we usually have here in Southwestern IdahoMORE

S-H-O-P-P-I-N-G

S-H-O-P-P-I-N-G

There is a grocery chain where I have shopped since I worked for them all through high schoolMORE

Not Good Optics

Not Good Optics

Sometimes the sporting world just doesn’t get it.MORE

Having A Fitbit

Having A Fitbit

Surfing the internet this afternoon and noticed I had earned my Great Wall of China badge on fitbit.MORE

May Day

May Day

The month of May is a good one for parents with students in school. Graduation is key, and if you have high school athletes all the championships in Spring Sports are decided. MORE

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Random Thoughts of a News and Sports Junkie

Random Thoughts of a News and Sports Junkie

  Random Thoughts of a News and Sports Junkie 12/4/18 Rick Worthington — I actually met President #41 while I was living in Elko, Nevada. He and former Canadian Prime Minister, Brian Mulroney, met in Elko for a fund raising event put on by Barrick Goldstrike. Barrick is one of the local gold mines. I…

Conference thoughts

Conference thoughts

College football conferences are infuriating.  They’re inconsistent, and they only make a lot of sense if you look at them from a single point of view.  And that point of view is money.  Money, naturally, makes the world go around.  Or at least it makes the United States go around while the world is going…

BLOG:  Nice to see Bronco Nation Again

BLOG: Nice to see Bronco Nation Again

Rick Worthington   This is just my own observation…. When I first moved to Idaho, Coach Pete had Boise State rolling. Kellen Moore was piling up the wins and the NFL was getting it’s share of Broncos to the professional ranks. I also rarely saw a car or truck without a Boise State flag or…

“Albuquerque”, what’s in a name…

“Albuquerque”, what’s in a name…

For someone who’s never been to Albuquerque, I feel as if I’ve always known quite a bit about it.  Boise State plays the University of New Mexico football team tonight in Albuquerque.  I know exactly where I first heard of the city.  It was in Bugs Bunny cartoons.  More than once, Bugs emerged from digging…