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.
BONNERS FERRY, Idaho (AP) — A grain train has derailed because of a mud slide in Idaho’s Boundary County. Boundary County Emergency Management says Wednesday’s derailment involved 12 cars. Officials say the Union Pacific train […]
Accompanied by Boise Mayor Dave Bieter and welcomed by Lt. Governor Brad Little, President Barack Obama arrived in Boise Wednesday afternoon to visit a Boise State University engineering lab and speak to a standing-room-only crowd […]
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter says he’s endorsing Republican Lt. Gov. Brad Little in Idaho’s 2018 governor race. Otter said Tuesday that while the gubernatorial race currently has a several capable candidates, […]