The College of Western Idaho spent thousands of dollars on baked goods, beach balls, pizza and high-priced consultants as part of a $370,000 marketing blitz. Records delivered to IdahoReporter.com on Thursday reveal how the Nampa college spent taxpayer money to build the growing college’s brand in the Treasure Valley. CWI trustees authorized the six-figure […]Read More →
When he was 10 years old, doctors diagnosed Josh Phillips with a kind of epilepsy that causes severe seizures. Now 19, and living with his parents in Salmon, Josh’s health future depends a great deal on how the state government chooses to treat him. Were he to live in any state contiguous to Idaho, Josh […]Read More →
College of Western Idaho President Bert Glandon offered counseling services to students and staff in the aftermath of last week’s election.Read More →
Democrat John Rusche wants his Facebook friends to know he’s no fan of big pharmaceutical companies.
At least in the public eye.Read More →
Idaho Gov. Butch Otter’s big-spending ways have resulted in a D grade from the Cato Institute, a libertarian think tank based in Washington, D.C.Read More →
A decision to shut down home-sharing services such as an Airbnb and VRBO within city boundaries would close the door on opportunity for several Rexburg, Idaho, families. But if Mayor Jerry Merrill and councilors pursue that course, their votes could create a new job for city resident Brock Higham. “I would probably run for mayor,” […]Read More →