A year or so ago, maybe a year and a half, the Idaho Statesman announced they were putting out regional editions of the paper. Boise, West Ada, Canyon County, or something like that. The paper was trying to be more relevant locally.
Did the Statesman quietly let those editions slip away? I notice the front page of today's edition says "Boise Edition," and Sunday's said "Boise & West Ada Edition." Is there any real difference?
I do think the Statesman is doing better with local coverage, especially prep and BSU sports. And, kudos to the story about behind the scenes connections and family ties in today's paper. More of that, please.
But the regional editions, eh, does anyone give a rip roarin' rat's rearend?