U.S. Sen. Mike Crapo, R-Idaho, used charts to demonstrate the dangers of a growing national debt in this February 2015 town hall meeting at Pocatello City Hall.

U.S. Sen. Mike Crapo has announced a series of upcoming meetings in small towns in Idaho.

Here are the next scheduled ones.


  • 11 a.m.: Home of Garth and Julie Van Orden, 425 S. 1100 W. in Pingree
  • Noon: Bingham County Road & Bridge Shop, 1947 W. 800 S. in Springfield
  • 1 p.m.: Arbors of Fairview, 2488 Highway 39 in American Falls
  • 2 p.m.: Kenneth Koompin’s Shop, 3064 S. Frontage Road in Neeley
  • 3 p.m.: Heglar Creek Farms, 22 N. Yale Road in Raft River


  • 9:30 a.m.: Andersen Family Park, 488 Riverside Drive in Springdale
  • 10:45 a.m.: Jersey Girls Dairy, 2694 E. 750 S. in Declo
  • Noon: Former Relief Society Building, Elba-Almo Hwy & E. 2000 S. in Elba
  • 1 p.m: Almo Elementary School, 2992 S. Elba Road in Almo
  • 3:30 p.m.: Jones Residence, 1715 S. 600 W. in Marion


  • 11 a.m.: Sliman Residence, 235 N. 1100 W. in Corral
  • 1 p.m. Present Congressional Record Statement to City of Carey Centennial,Carey City Hall, 20482 N. Main Street in Carey

Sept. 3

  • 1:30 p.m.: Ahsahka North Fork Café, 56 North Fork Drive in Ahsahka
  • 2:30 p.m.: Cavendish Evergreen Fire Department, 3149 Middle Road in Cavendish
  • 3:30 p.m.: Cedar Ridge Community Center, 1563 Cedar Ridge Road in Crescent
  • 4:30 p.m.: Blair Farms, 15401 Blair Hollow Lane in Kendrick

 Sept. 4

  • 11 a.m.: Gifford School, Church Street in Gifford
  • 2 p.m. Present Spirit of Idaho Award to Sheriff Richard Skiles,Latah County Fairgrounds & Event Center, 1021 Harold St. in Moscow

Crapo’s office said he plans to discuss several initiatives he has undertaken as chairman of the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee, including investigations of Americans’ personal data being gathered against their will and “new privacy and financial concerns driven by the actions of corporations such as Facebook.”

“He will also discuss his legislation to limit robocall phone calls, summarize the country’s new job creation, the economy and tax reform and the record number of federal judges being approved by the U.S. Senate,” Crapo’s office said.