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.
POCATELLO – A Bannock County Jail inmate has escaped while on trustee duty yesterday afternoon. Police are looking for Ralyn Deanne Piper who stole a silver 2012 Toyota Corolla with license plate 1O17992. Authorities ask that […]
Lieutenant Chris Whittick works with the Idaho State Police. He spoke with Neal Larson on KID Newsradio about how law enforcement plan to deal with the eclipse’s thousands […]
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (AP) — The Idaho Board of Education is considering a $9.8 million proposal to offer all-day kindergarten as an option for struggling students. The Times-News reports the program would be for kindergartners […]