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With a 4-2 decision win over Timberlake’s Ethan Jerome on Thursday night, Fruitland senior wrestler Brandon Stowe helped the Grizzlies in a gritty 43-36 loss to the White Tigers. One of the captains of the Fruitland varsity wrestling team, Brandon put his warmups back on, put on his gray gla…

Who says you can’t go home again? Les Sweeney of Payette will be doing just that, heading back to his home state for a spell as one of 90 guest presenters and performers in the 36th National Cowboy Poetry Gathering, taking place at the Western Folklife Center in Elko, Nevada, from Jan. 30 to…

On Jan. 13, Andy Creech, who is a lieutenant for the Payette County Sheriff’s Office, announced his bid for sheriff on the heels of Chad Huff’s announcement that he would retire from the post at the end of his term in 2021.

After nearly 30 years of working with Fruitland School District, Superintendent Teresa Fabricius has announced her retirement, effective July 1. 

On Dec. 19, 2019, Senate colleagues and I introduced S. 3129, the Lower Costs, More Cures Act, to lower prescription drug prices and encourage the development of new therapies and cures.  This bill contains provisions that already have broad, bipartisan support in both the U.S. Senate and Ho…

Nearly two-thirds of Idaho is federally owned, which severely limits the tax base for roads, law enforcement and schools because federal lands contribute no property taxes.  The Secure Rural Schools (SRS) program provides critical funding streams for rural Idahoans.  The two-year extension o…

Federal overspending cedes strength, forgoes the ability to put full resources behind new ideas and essentially resigns our nation to a system of cobbling by, moving from one federal funding deadline to another without a focus on the bigger picture.  

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