POCATELLO — Pocatello City Council President Jim Johnston is championing a long-shot plan he’s convinced would result in big municipal savings, thereby easing a weighty tax burden on many Bannock County residents.
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'Hustlers' music supervisor Jason Markey revealed he and director Lorene Scafaria halted plans for a musical collaboration between leading ladies Jennifer Lopez, Lizzo and Cardi B.
EDWARDSVILLE — The members of SIU’s governing board chose new leadership Thursday, although two of the trustees chosen for leadership positions could soon be removed and replaced by Gov. J.B. Pritzker.
More than 103,154 Idahoans enrolled in health insurance coverage for the 2019 plan year during open enrollment held from Nov. 1 through Dec. 15, 2018, through Your Health Idaho, the state’s health insurance marketplace. This is the second highest number of enrollments Your Health Idaho has experienced since inception. Enrollment numbers for 2019 grew by more than 1 percent, with 83 percent of customers renewing their plans.
Mountain View School District is filled with highly dedicated teachers, principals and staff who are willing to selflessly put aside their own interests every day to better our students’ lives.
Now the fishermen are lawyering up. A notice of intent to sue filed in October was met by an Idaho Fish and Game commission decision to close the winter steelhead fishing season at the end of the last day of the notice period, Dec. 7. The closure stands to ripple through river communities from Orofino to Riggins that depend on steelhead fishing to bring anglers – and their wallets – to town during otherwise slow winter months.
Do you support adding more acres of wilderness to Idaho County? Do you support adding more wild and scenic river segments in Idaho County? The Idaho County Commission approved a resolution Tuesday, Sept. 4, that will put these questions to local voters this November.
We have had suicide prevention in the past, so my question is: Why aren’t we being more successful?
Plans for constructing a regional animal shelter facility continue to move forward with a new ground-breaking date within four years. Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF), a nonprofit group, updated the Grangeville City Council last Monday, July 16, on its achieved benchmarks so far, and also sought clarification that public land promised for the facility is still available.
Meetings in Grangeville, Aug. 15; Kamiah, Aug. 21; and Elk City, Sept. 6.