Chadd Cripe, Idaho Statesman

Chadd Cripe

Idaho Statesman

Boise, ID, United States

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Past articles by Chadd:

Idaho Steelheads coach Neil Graham moves up; search for replacement begins

The Idaho Steelheads will have a new coach for the first time in four years. Neil Graham, who led the hockey team for the past four seasons, has accepted a position with the Texas Stars of the AHL. → Read More

Motorcyclist killed in West Boise crash with SUV; Boise Police investigating

A 24-year-old motorcyclist was killed in a crash Tuesday evening in West Boise, according to a Boise Police press release. The motorcyclist was involved in a crash with an SUV on Chinden Boulevard at Five Mile. → Read More

Watch hungry grizzly dig for gophers in East Idaho — while her cubs watch

Idaho Fish and Game captured video of a grizzly bear digging for gophers earlier this month near Harriman State Park in Island Park. The bear had cubs with her, and the younger bears watched before joining in. → Read More

Rain wreaks havoc with high school state tournament schedules. Here’s the latest.

The wet weather rolling through Idaho this week is creating a bunch of scheduling headaches for the high school state tournaments being played across Idaho. Here are the latest updates. → Read More

Rob Spear has a new job after controversial exit from University of Idaho

Former University of Idaho Athletic Director Rob Spear has landed a new job. Spear was named the executive director of the Idaho Falls Auditorium District. The auditorium district plans to build an event center. → Read More

Man booked into Ada County Jail on murder charge in Boise

A Meridian man was booked into the Ada County Jail on Monday night on suspicion of second-degree murder in connection with a Boise shooting. Anthony Joseph Alcala, 20, also was charged with two felony counts of aggravated battery. → Read More

Boise State, Idaho, Idaho State, Lewis Clark State tuition

Idaho’s public universities will make their annual pitches for tuition and fee increases to the State Board of Education on Wednesday — and they’re asking resident students to absorb increases of at least 4.9 percent. → Read More

Creek washes out key road that serves Boise Foothills trails, Race to Robie Creek

Shaw Mountain Road, a key access point in the Boise Foothills trail system and part of the Race to Robie Creek course, has been washed out in certain areas after a creek jumped its bank. The Ada County Highway District is working to repair the dirt road, which is closed for 3 1/2 miles beginning at Rocky Bluff Lane. → Read More

Boise State player to transfer after tumultuous debut year with the Broncos

Boise State junior point guard Pat Dembley has entered the NCAA’s transfer portal and been removed from the men’s basketball roster, the school confirmed Tuesday. He started four games for the Broncos. → Read More

University of Idaho arena gets go-ahead — with a caveat, and $18 million from students

The State Board of Education gave unanimous approval to the University of Idaho’s request to move forward with a $46 million basketball and events arena on campus, pending approval by the incoming president. → Read More

She’s on the verge of NCAA history — and leading the Vandals on title chase in Boise

University of Idaho senior Taylor Pierce is closing in on the NCAA record for 3-pointers made in a season. She also is leading the country in that stat by far. She has the Vandals women’s basketball team two wins from a Big Sky Conference title in Boise. → Read More

‘Really unique, really cool, really vibrant.’ Pro soccer could thrive in Boise.

The United Soccer League plans to place a franchise in Boise, Idaho, in 2021 as part of its major expansion. The ownership group must finalize a deal to build a multisport stadium in Boise first. → Read More

Avalanches left 50 feet of snow on this Idaho highway. Here’s what the cleanup looks like.

An avalanche-prone stretch of Idaho 21 is buried under more than 50 feet of snow — and it’s slow-going as the Idaho Transportation Department works to clear all that snow. → Read More

Vandals are first and last as Championship Week makes a rare visit to Boise

Twenty-two Division I college basketball teams will be in town as the Big Sky Conference brings its men’s and women’s basketball tournaments to CenturyLink Arena in Downtown Boise for 2019. Games begin Monday with the women’s championship Friday and the men’s championship Saturday. The men’s final will air on ESPNU as part of the annual “Championship Week” celebration of conference tournaments. → Read More

Fruitland boys basketball team keeps winning despite longtime coach’s absence

Results and scores from the Idaho 4A and 3A boys basketball state tournaments. Vallivue, Fruitland and Century were among the winners in the first round. → Read More

University of Idaho football player dies several weeks after cancer diagnosis

University of Idaho football player Collin Sather died Tuesday — about a month after he was diagnosed with advanced renal cancer, the school announced. Sather reported stomach pains Jan. 17 and was taken to the hospital Jan. 21, according to the school. Renal cancer attacks the kidneys. → Read More

Treasure Valley team earns first girls state win in 18 years on strong day for locals

Results from the first round of the Idaho 4A, 3A, 2A and 1A girls basketball state tournaments. Winners advance to the IHSAA state semifinals Friday. → Read More

Idaho skier makes U.S. history with gold medal at world championships

Johnny Hagenbuch of Ketchum, Idaho, helped the U.S. win gold in the 4x5-kilometer relay at the Junior World Cross Country Championship. It was the first Junior World gold medal for the U.S. men. → Read More

Meridian’s Destiny Slocum named candidate for college basketball’s top awards

Oregon State sophomore Destiny Slocum was named a candidate for the top awards in women’s college basketball this week. Slocum was named to the Wooden Award Late Season Top-20, a listing of candidates for awards such as the Wooden Award All-America team. → Read More

Where does Brett Rypien rank among Boise State quarterbacks? You decide.

Quarterback Brett Rypien recently completed his four-year run as the Boise State quarterback. That prompts the question: Where does he rank among the Broncos’ greats, from Kellen Moore on down. → Read More