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General Post-Election Audit set for November 18th

General Post-Election Audit set for November 18th

The Idaho Secretary of State will be selecting counties and precincts for the 2022 General Post-Election Audit on Friday, November 18th. Senate Bill 1274, signed into law by the Governor during the 2022 regular legislative session, created a post-election audit after each primary and general election. The counties selected to participate in the audit, will…MORE

The Idaho Job & Career Fair set for Thursday at the  Nampa Civic Center

The Idaho Job & Career Fair set for Thursday at the Nampa Civic Center

If you are looking for some work ahead of the holiday season, here is your chance… The Idaho Job & Career Fair is being held in Nampa on Nov. 3. and is a great opportunity to connect with over 55 employers that have a variety of available positions. This event will be held from 10…MORE

Broncos smash Rams 49-10

Broncos smash Rams 49-10

Boise State scored on its second drive of the game and cruised to a 49-10 victory over Colorado State to remain unbeaten in Mountain West play, Saturday night at Albertsons Stadium. The Broncos (6-2, 5-0 MW) improved to a perfect 12-0 all-time against the Rams – the second-best all-time record against a current conference opponent…MORE

Three people shot at Caldwell Halloween party

Three people shot at Caldwell Halloween party

Three people were hurt after a shooting in Caldwell. Just after 1 a.m. on Sunday, Caldwell Police responded to a home in the 3000 block of S. Illinois Avenue where a very large Halloween party was taking place. According to police, two of the attendees were causing a disturbance over an insult and were kicked…MORE

Three people shot at Caldwell Halloween party

Three people shot at Caldwell Halloween party

Three people were hurt after a shooting in Caldwell. Just after 1 a.m. on Sunday, Caldwell Police responded to a home in the 3000 block of S. Illinois Avenue where a very large Halloween party was taking place. According to police, two of the attendees were causing a disturbance over an insult and were kicked…MORE

One man dead after shooting in Nampa

One man dead after shooting in Nampa

A Nampa man has died following a shooting late Saturday night. At about 10:45 p.m., Nampa Dispatch received two 911 calls reporting shots fired in the 4600 block of Stamm Lane. One call came from a witness who heard the shots, the other from the adult male who was the shooter. Officer arrived to find…MORE

Idaho attorney general says Albertsons and Kroger should delay special dividend to shareholders

Idaho attorney general says Albertsons and Kroger should delay special dividend to shareholders

Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden is calling on Albertsons to delay its planned $4 billion “special dividend” to shareholders until a group of attorneys general and the Federal Trade Commission can finish reviewing the Boise grocery company’s planned merger with Kroger. The Idaho Statesman reports, Wasden signed a letter dated Wednesday that said the payout…MORE

Father facing felony charges after boy fell off jet ski, died in Idaho lake

Father facing felony charges after boy fell off jet ski, died in Idaho lake

Three months after his son died in Lucky Peak Lake, a Boise father is facing two felony charges. In July Vyla Sichulailuck and his 16-year-old son, were riding a jet ski on the lake when they hit a wave. The teen fell off and never resurfaced, and his body was found Aug. 3. After turning…MORE

Mountain Home Chief of Police fired

Mountain Home Chief of Police fired

Mountain Home Police Chief Scott Conner has been terminated. Mayor Rich Sykes said in a statement, QUOTE “effective October 26, 2022, with the unanimous consent of the City Council, Mayor Rich Sykes unappointed Scott Conner as the Mountain Home Chief of Police thereby terminating his position with the city pursuant to MHMC 3-1-2. While we…MORE

Schools superintendent candidates spar over a variety of Idaho education policies

Schools superintendent candidates spar over a variety of Idaho education policies

Originally posted on IdahoEdNews.org on October 24, 2022 State superintendent candidates Republican Debbie Critchfield and Democrat Terry Gilbert clashed over a variety of education policies, including school choice, funding and immunization rates during their debate. The Idaho Capital Sun reports, Gilbert, a former teacher, jabbed at Critchfield’s lack of classroom experience, while she flexed her former role…MORE

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Chris Janson VIP Pre-Party!

Join us Monday, August 22nd at the Western Idaho Fair for Chris Janson! Make sure you get there early because we’ll have a special Pre-Party for the first 75 people at the gate at 5pm catered by Costa Vida, plus your chance to upgrade your seats and win prizes from your favorite Kissin Country Artists!

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