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.
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho — Eastern Idaho Public Health wants to make sure people enjoying Idaho’s lakes and rivers aren’t getting more than they bargained for when they head home. It’s called cercarial dermatitis, more commonly […]
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter praised lawmakers for successfully passing child support enforcement legislation during the Idaho Legislature’s 11-hour special session. Otter told reporters Tuesday that he will sign the bill once it gets […]
CALDWELL, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho man involved in a shooting that injured a 10-year-old girl struck by a stray bullet has been sentenced to at least seven years in prison. The Idaho Press-Tribune reports […]