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BOISE – Forest visitors, including hikers and mountain bikers should be aware that logging contractors removing dead trees with Douglas-fir dwarf mistletoe are working along the Bogus Basin Road north of the resort and areas around Bogus Basin. Forest users may encounter delays up to one hou…

FRUITLAND – The dog days of summer are coming in hot, and there’s officially a plan in place to get student athletes back on the field by the end of the summer. On Monday morning, Fruitland’s baseball team officially unveiled its scheduled for summer baseball that will include several Treasu…

NEW PLYMOUTH — As administrators at the New Plymouth School District get settled into their new offices at the Internet Truckstop building, the newspaper learned a little more about the future of the district’s former office building from Superintendent David Sotutu in an email on Sept. 22.

PAYETTE — With the 2020-21 school year underway, the Payette School District is working to confront a pressing need for special education instructors in its schools. At their regular meeting on Sept. 14, the District Board of Trustees declared an emergency to expedite the process of finding …

NEW PLYMOUTH — As schools deal with the new normal of social distancing, the New Plymouth School District’s offices have found a new means of giving themselves more space. At its regular meeting on Sept. 14, the New Plymouth School Board approved the lease for a new District administration o…

As participants in the decisions made in Congress, Idahoans contact me with valuable input about the issues our country faces. Realizing that many may not have the chance to contact me, I post information about various issues of importance on my website, http://crapo.senate.gov. One of the i…

Now, maybe more than ever, as Americans face months of dealing with the impacts of the pandemic, and we anxiously await effective vaccines and treatments to advance, we must be thorough in considering all cost drivers affecting the affordability of medical care. Over the past months, Congres…

Idahoans have met the challenges of the pandemic with thoughtful, determined efforts to help others.  Instead of being overwhelmed by circumstances, 

BOISE — The Idaho State Board of Education will hold a virtual special Board meeting on Monday, Sept. 28 beginning at 3 p.m. (MDT).

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