“Can we all just get along?”
Bingham County voters have until June 2 to turn in their election ballots and one of the big races on the Republican side is the primary contest between incumbent County Commissioner Mark Bair and challenger Kevin Christensen.
During Republican Neil Anderson’s many years in the Idaho Legislature, he earned a solid reputation as a no-nonsense lawmaker who made decisions based on common sense rather than politics.
The Republican primary for Bannock County commissioner is pitting two former Inkom mayors against each other.
Over 1,600 Idahoans have contracted the coronavirus and more than 40 of those individuals have died.
Leilani Jordan knew that going to work could kill her.
The coronavirus has infected several Idahoans and has sent a wave of fear throughout our state and nation.
The coronavirus is taking a toll on America and the empty store shelves even here in East Idaho attest to the panic that’s taking hold nationwide.
Some might say the timing of School District 25’s plant facilities levy vote renewal is far less than ideal.
Tuesday night’s Pocatello City Council town hall meeting gave everyone in attendance some insight into the challenges facing local officials trying to hold the line on property taxes.
In describing what makes the Simplot Games so special, Rick Phillips mentioned that a kid from Jerome with cheap gym shoes can line up and compete against the best track and field athletes from around the country.
Who would have ever thought the words “GOP maverick” and “Mitt Romney” would be spoken in the same sentence.
It’s 2020 but there’s one story from last year that just won’t go away.
One has to wonder what it will take to convince the National Park Service that killing off Grand Teton Park’s non-native goat population via helicopter gunners is a candidate for the worst idea ever award.
The Marsh Valley School District has been in the news lately for all the wrong reasons.
It’s hard to believe, but next year at this time Bannock County will have a new sheriff.
Idaho Gov. Brad Little said during his recent State of the State address that education is his No. 1 priority.
The next session of the Idaho Legislature starts Monday and our message to the lawmakers is simple.
The Idaho Board of Education recently announced that it would be freezing tuition for Idaho’s in-state undergraduate students next school year in a move to make the state’s tuition costs more affordable.
We are in many ways a divided nation and there’s perhaps no place that this divide is more evident than the halls of Congress.