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On The Thursday, October 3, 2019 Edition Of Idaho Matters

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  • "Boise Working Together" 
  • Retiring Boise Police Chief Bill Bones
  • Boise State diversity and inclusion
  • Alley Repertory Theater's 12th season


- Where do ballot initiatives start? Boise Working Together is one grassroots group that has harnessed citizen's concerns around a proposed new library and stadium, and has gotten both issues on the upcoming November ballot. Idaho Matters talks with the president of Boise Working Together President about her organization, and her vision for the future of the City of Trees.

- In September, Boise Police Chief Bill Bones announced that he would be stepping down from his role as police chief. Chief Bones joins Idaho Matters to discuss his 27 years with the Boise Police, the evolution of the city, and what the future holds for the department.

- The topic of diversity and inclusion has been a hot button issue in Idaho, particularly surrounding Boise State University. This was sparked by a letter sent to incoming university President Marlene Tromp criticizing spending on diversity programs at the university. Folks at Boise State will joins Idaho Matters to preview their upcoming summit on these issues.

- What does the Alley Repertory Theater have in store for their 12th season? The join Idaho Matters to explore their upcoming shows and events and talk about the theater’s history and future.

Have a question or comment for the show? Tweet @KBSX915 using #IdahoMatters.