Idaho's Republican schools superintendent candidates bring education experience to the race. But will that be enough for the politics of education?
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Crane Creek Country Club announced Friday it will begin a $3.5 million renovation of its golf course and tennis facility.
As former Canyon County Prosecutor John Bujak's bankruptcy fraud trial approaches, prosecutors aim to keep many of their motions out of the public eye until they lay out their case in federal court next month.
Today's historic photograph was sent to me by Sharon Hubler of Caldwell with the caption, "Photo of possible interest." Well, it certainly is of interest and made me wish that more of my readers could share family photos as evocative as this one.
Johnathan Phillips, 18, was headed south on U.S. Highway 30 south of New Plymouth when his truck overturned as he turned left onto Idaho 72 shortly before 11 a.m. Saturday.
The half marathon was held Saturday, April 19.
The Capital City Public Market in downtown Boise on Saturday April 19, 2014.
Randy Jensen, candidate in the Republican primary for State Superintendent of Public Instruction, talks about getting kids to read early and the possibility of leaving American Falls if he is elected superintendent.
Idaho's new education standards set a high bar for students that will help them compete nationally and globally, says Andy Grover, candidate in the Republican primary for Idaho State Superintendent of Public Instruction.