Tuesday Jul 8
An October surprise?
Governor C.L. "Butch" Otter conveys an image of serenity and certainty as he goes from political events like the "God and Country" rally held in Nampa to the 4th of July parade in Idaho Falls where he and wife Lori, dressed in matching outfits, display their horsemanship skills.
Jeers: Petersen Pulls Out Old Trick
In his weekly Cheers & Jeers column during the 4th of July weekend, Marty Trillhaase gave Jeers to "embattled Idaho Republican Party Chairman Barry Peterson.
The Guns on Campus bill that Gov. Otter signed protects Idaho citizens' constitutional rights
In continuing coverage, we spoke with Idaho Governor 'Butch' Otter about the Guns on Campus law when he was in Moscow for the Republican State Convention last month.
KMVT Twin Falls
State Of Idaho Takes Over Management Of State Prison Near Boise
Staff with the Idaho Corrections Department have been preparing, for months, to take over the 2,080-bed facility.
KBCI CBS 2
Gov. Otter applauds Hobby Lobby contraceptive ruling
Gov. Butch Otter on Monday said he appreciates the Supreme Court's decision which allows employers with religious objections to opt out of providing contraception.
Gov. Otter: Idaho Long-Term Job Growth to Outpace the Nation
Idaho's long-term job growth is projected to exceed that of the nation, Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter announced Monday.
Governor Otter is thankful that Bowe Bergdahl is back in the U.S.
An Army general will soon start questioning Bowe Bergdahl to try to figure out why the soldier left his base in Afghanistan.
Gov. Otter said that unifying the Republican Party will bring success in the November election
Idaho Governor Butch Otter also spoke about unity in Moscow Friday. It's an election year for the governor, and he'll need support from all republican voters, including the ones who voted against him in the tight Primary last May. Governor Otter said Primary Elections have caused tension among Idaho's republicans many times in the state's history.
Vanity: 2014 Idaho Republican Convention
As of 3:35 PM local time in Moscow, Idaho, the 2014 Idaho Republican Convention is history.
Ringo dings Labrador for 'hobby of partisan in-fighting'
First District Congressman Raul Labrador's Democratic opponent, state Rep. Shirley Ringo, D-Moscow, had strong words today about Labrador's announcement that he'll run for U.S. House majority leader.
Health and Welfare
Medicaid Redesign Workgroup
The Idaho workgroup evaluating possible redesign of Medicaid services for low-income adults will reconvene on Wednesday, June 18, to review state data and Medicaid redesign options other states are pursuing.