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…

BOISE - The Idaho High School Association Board of Directors called an end to its 2019-2020 seasons on Friday morning, as all spring activities and state tournaments have been canceled.

PAYETTE COUNTY — With the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic canceling in-person classes and preventing young athletes from competing in spring sports, one group of athletes has been particularly affected: High school seniors.

FRUITLAND - Have you or your kids been waiting to show off your new swimsuits or get rid of old ones? If you live in Fruitland and answered ‘yes’ to either of these, you’re in luck;

WESTERN TREASURE VALLEY — Now that they’ve been apart, the hard part is getting back together, as Dana Castellani, Chief Executive Director for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Treasure Valley, has observed. Among the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic’s biggest effects on her members’…

FRUITLAND - If taking your sweetheart to the local soda fountain or going there with your parents or grandparents top your fondest memories, Sweet Willy’s in Fruitland may be the means of reliving those memories today.

Idaho’s higher education institutions executed a remarkable pivot this spring by moving hundreds of in-person classes to distance learning options such as online, video and teleconference in a short period of time. 

Even in these uncertain times, as the pandemic has torn across our world taking lives and livelihoods, Idahoans are moving forward.  I have been proud to work closely with Governor Brad Little and fellow members of Idaho’s Congressional Delegation, Senator Jim Risch and Representatives Mike …

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