The storm formed off Canada’s west coast, north of Seattle, in early January. It was a typical winter storm in the Pacific Northwest: heavy precipitation first, followed by a front of cold air.
As thousands of pounds of snow swept down Silver Mountain Resort in January, the avalanche plucked up the souls of three people who, in many aspects, couldn’t have been more different but by all accounts led their lives with strikingly similar values.
Ramping up COVID-19 testing and tracing is key to Idaho’s containment strategy, Gov. Brad Little said Friday, as authorities said they hope to be consistently testing 2% of the state’s population in the coming months.
Laid-off workers in Idaho filed 5,800 new jobless claims last week, according to the Idaho Department of Labor.
Kootenai County Sheriff candidate John Grimm has for months published misinformation about COVID-19 pandemic response efforts on social media accounts affiliated with his campaign.
After almost two months, the owner of the Garnet Café in Coeur d’Alene opened the doors of her business to customers on Saturday and found it was an unexpectedly emotional feat.
BOISE – Idaho election officials botched the mail-in primary process, says a Republican candidate seeking to represent the state in Congress who has filed a federal lawsuit seeking to extend the deadline for requesting a ballot until next week. In the lawsuit filed Tuesday against Idaho Secretary of State Lawrence Denney, Nicholas Jones said the secretary of state’s website became overwhelmed and failed to meet the demand for ballot requests as the 8 p.m. Tuesday deadline loomed, denying some people their only opportunity to prepare to vote.
Gov. Brad Little’s desire to make a significant course change involving a politically charged strategy on how to invest millions of dollars to benefit public schools and other beneficiaries has been rejected by his fellow members on the Idaho Land Board.
Gov. Brad Little ordered all voting to occur via mailed ballot by proclamation in March in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Local elections offices say they’re being inundated with requests for absentee ballots, as many federal, state and local races prove competitive.
Gov. Brad Little says self-employed Idaho residents can tap into the $300 million in grant money the state has set aside to help small businesses financially harmed by the coronavirus pandemic.
Alex Barron, the self-proclaimed “bard” of the Redoubt Movement, has earned Cheatham’s endorsement in a race against Marc Eberlein and Peter Riggs. No Democrat has filed for the seat.
U.S. Rep. Russ Fulcher says he’s upheld conservative values and strong support for President Donald Trump while building strong relationships across Congress despite a strong political divide. His challenger, Nicholas Jones, believes his experience in small business makes him the better choice to represent the state in Congress.
It’s been a dozen years since a Democrat last won an election to serve North Idaho in Congress. But two Democrats joined the race hoping for the chance to replace incumbent Republican Rep. Russ Fulcher in Idaho’s 1st Congressional District in November.
Both Republicans vying to replace Idaho state Rep. Tim Remington next year promise to uphold traditionally conservative values. Idaho’s first all-mail election is Tuesday, and several primaries for Legislative and other offices are on the ballot.
Idaho is providing small businesses with a 30-day supply of personal protective equipment as it enters Stage 2 of its
A cluster of COVID-19 cases has been confirmed in Washington County, leading to the voluntary shutdown of a food processing plant, Idaho health officials said Wednesday.
When well-known gambling YouTuber Brian Christopher reached out to the Coeur d’Alene Casino recently about streaming live video of him playing gaming machines, managers were hesitant at first.
When Annika Hinds decided to redo her little sister’s bedroom during the pandemic, she found a surprise under the carpet: 50-year-old Spokesman-Review newspapers. And then she was surprised again: video of her discovery went viral.
A group of inmates at Idaho’s largest prison is suing the state for overcrowding, saying cell blocks are so packed that the prison department can’t maintain sanitary toilets, putting them at risk during the coronavirus outbreak.
KENDRICK, Idaho – With financial pressure and frustration with Idaho Gov. Brad Little mounting, Hardware Brewing Co. defied the Republican governor’s Stay Healthy Order and opened its doors Friday afternoon in downtown Kendrick. Idaho Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin, R-Idaho Falls; state Sen. Dan Johnson, R-Lewiston; state Rep. Mike Kingsley, R-Lewiston; and Idaho GOP chairman and Raul Labrador, former U.S. Congressman for Idaho’s First District, were among the roughly 30 people who gathered in the first hour at the business to express their support and perhaps indulge in a brew or burger.
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