IDAHO FALLS, Idaho — Students, parents, teachers and community leaders dotted the cafeteria at the College of Eastern Idaho in Idaho Falls, on Saturday, April 21. “This meeting is an opportunity to learn about, discuss […]
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho – A local suicide prevention organization is celebrating the passage of a bill requiring teachers in Idaho to undergo suicide prevention training each year. Governor Butch Otter signed House Bill 634, also […]
Gary Marshall is a candidate for the Idaho House of Representatives in Legislative District 30A. Prior to announcing his bid for the seat currently held by Represenative Jeff Thompson, Marshall worked as a professor at […]
Neal Larson and Julie Mason interview JessiKa Jenson, a Rigby-native who just qualified for the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. They talk about what it takes to prepare for the worldwide event and how […]
The Eclipse is going to be a big event for people of all ages. Take this chance to educate your kids a little about the Eclipse.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A proposal to increase how much Idaho teachers pay for background checks may be dead, despite a $55,000 deficit looming in the state education department. The House Education Committee voted 8-6 on Wednesday […]