BOISE – Idaho will get $26 million for schools and roads as part of the Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act approved again by Congress. The Idaho Statesman reports $285 million will be split between 41 states and Puerto Rico. The payments come from the Forest Service and can be used to support public schools and public roads. Idaho County will receive the most money at $7 million.
The Idaho Transportation Department in redoing the U.S. Highway 20 corridor plans to eliminate the intersection which gives drivers easy access to Yellowstone Bear World. The change to the current route, according to the Post […]
INTERVIEW: Candidate for state superintendent talks standardized testing, Common Core and primary campaign platform
Listen to KID NewsRadio’s full interview with Cindy Wilson http://www.richbroadcasting.com/kidpodcast/NLS/KIDCindyWilson08092018.mp3 IDAHO FALLS, Idaho – An Idaho teacher is hoping to unseat the current state Superintendent of Public Instruction during the upcoming primary elections. Cindy […]
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho — Campaigns across Idaho are in the final stretch as voters head to the polls on Tuesday, May 15 to elect their local and state leaders. Among those campaigns are three Republicans […]