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7 hrs ago | The Spokesman-Review
The Idaho Legislature has devoted considerable time and money over the last few months to an analysis of how the state might take over the public lands in Idaho that have been owned since statehood by all of us meaning all American citizens and managed by the federal government.
Should public schools teach Evolution or Creationism?
Should free speech ever be restricted?
11 hrs ago | Great Falls Tribune
Montana Supreme Court justices should not have to publicly disclose their personal financial interests or those of their families because the high court already follows a strict code to avoid potential conflicts, the chief justice said.
The demonstration began with a benediction led by Father Jesus Camacho, of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Boise, who spoke on the need for justice and human rights in Idaho and around the world.
Most baby boomers can recall the Walt Disney adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book .
The troubled rollout of insurance exchanges in Idaho and elsewhere has prompted the federal government to delay another deadline, this time giving prospective enrollees more time to get coverage before it goes into effect Jan. 1. Your Health Idaho enrollees will have until Dec. 23, back from Dec. 15, to select a plan in order to be insured by the ... (more)
Idaho House and Senate Democrats were joined by GOP state schools Superintendent Tom Luna today as they unveiled four bills designed to implement the 20 recommendations of Gov. Butch Otter's education stakeholders task force.
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. BOISE - A.J. Balukoff launched his Democratic campaign for governor of Idaho today, saying two decades of one-party GOP rule in Idaho have hurt the state's education system and economy and created a "pay-to-play culture that leaves regular Idahoans on the outside looking ... (more)
Idaho Sen. Chuck Winder, R-Boise, wants the state's Office of Performance Evaluations to scrutinize whether the $840 million "Connecting Idaho" highway building program accomplished what it promised, or whether the state would have been better off forgoing the bonding program and sticking to its traditional, pay-as-you-go system of highway funding.
A dream team of famous attorneys converge on an Idaho courtroom in 1907. Idaho's best lawyers - James Hawley and William Borah - matched wits with Chicago's Clarence Darrow and Denver's Edmund Richardson.
Funeral arrangements are pending for 80-year-old Mary Lou Shepherd, who represented North Idaho's District No.
Nearly two months after the health insurance exchange marketplace opened, KTVB checked in with the state call center and tried logging onto the federal platform again.