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I’m writing to you from what we affectionately call the “Bunker.” The Bunker is the base from which, under normal circumstances, we coordinate the massive undertaking that is required to pull off an election at hundreds of polling places, each processing hundreds, if not thousands, of voters…

BOISE – For the first time in 20 years, AAA will not issue a Memorial Day travel projection, as the accuracy of the data used to create the forecast has been undermined by the COVID-19 pandemic.

BOISE- This spring at Boise State University, 2,785 students were eligible for 3,232 degrees and certificates, with 785 students eligible for honors: 389 cum laude, 311 magna cum laude and 85 summa cum laude.

Idaho Governor Brad Little’s Idaho Rebounds plan is a four-stage blueprint to bring Idaho back to a semblance of normalcy after a sudden and unprecedented shutdown of our state’s economy.

Although the Mini-Cassia Veterans’ Service Office was never totally closed when Governor Little issued his Stay-Home Order on March 25, 2020 in response to Covid-19, the office’s services were severely curtailed while the order was in place.  Now that the Governor is lifting some of the rest…


RUPERT - Memorial Day 2020 is coming up.  As a reminder, this holiday is meant to honor the men and women who died while serving our country. In observance of the holiday, volunteers often place American Flags on Veterans’ gravesites at national and local cemeteries.  The Rupert cemetery is …

After twenty-six years in education, Raft River Elementary Principal Tina Loock will retire following a long teaching career and five years as principal. A former mayor, Mrs. Loock looks back on her teaching and community experience with joy saying “education has never felt like work. I love…

TWIN FALLS, IDAHO: The College of Southern Idaho (CSI) Dental Clinic will reopen Monday, May 4, and will remain open until the first week of June. The clinic will be accepting patients and offering all Dental Hygiene preventive services at 50% off! Services include, but are not limited to:


New scams fraudulently using the Mega Millions name and logo are promising big prizes to people who receive official-looking emails or texts. As with all lottery scams, they are trying to lure consumers into thinking they have won a big “prize.” They are in no way connected to the real Mega …


“Recreate Responsibly Idaho” campaign aims to make outdoor recreation safe from coronavirus spread


Could your next five minutes bring Idaho Mucho Dinero?

What you are looking at is no small thing! Our outstanding child nutrition director, Angela Rodriguez, has coordinated the donations of many generous businesses to provide food boxes around the district.  It's a wonderful coordination of effort and giving that benefits our families and commu…


Idahoans can continue to recreate under Covid-19 restrictions, but they should take precautions and follow guidelines


If you have a kindergarten student, registration will happen through hard packets this year that you can pick up at the school where your child will attend kindergarten next year.  Details are listed below:


There has been several inquiries from food insecure families who have lost their job because of COVID 19 or who are presently working part time about the availability of securing food.   The Mountain View Food Pantry has received several more shipments of food from the United States Departme…