Today is the start of a new era for idahocountyfreepress.com.
We've launched a redesigned and revamped website and are bringing a batch of brand new features.
There a few changes both now and coming in the near future to be aware of:
Currently our new site is free to use, but in the coming weeks only our subscribers now have access to all areas of the site. To receive full access, subscribe to the Free Press. If you are an existing print subscriber, you will be able to validate your subscription through an online portal. Simply input your subscriber number and your access will be activated.
In the changeover from our old site to the new, we were unfortunately unable to bring over prior website user accounts or commenting histories. Please re-register your account on the new site.
We're excited about our new site and some of the new tools it offers to better bring community news to our community!
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- Wrestling: CV/K medals 16 at district with state qualification at stake
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- Girls State basketball tournaments: Pirates season ends in heartbreak
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- CIEA requests meeting with MVSB board of trustees
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- Girls State basketball tournaments: Carey blocks out Salmon River for 1AD2 title; Shepherd goes out with 29
- Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Steelers agree to move forward with trade
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- Saints re-sign Michael Ola
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- Four Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints elders injured in New Caledonia
- Senate kills anti-cell phone bill for drivers in close vote
- Rexburg 'Bachelorette' spinoff changes name to "Match Made in Rexburg"
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