Supreme Court avoids ruling on law shielding internet companies from being sued for what users post
The Supreme Court on Thursday sided with Google, Twitter and Facebook in lawsuits seeking to hold them liable for terrorist attacks. But the justices sidestepped the big issue hovering over the cases, the federal law that shields social media companies from being sued over content posted by others.
Zasio Enterprises announces Versatile 2023
Zasio Enterprises, Inc., a global leader in business-to-business information governance and records management solutions, is pleased to announce the newest flagship product in its Versatile lineup, Versatile 2023.
Study: Idaho among most dangerous states for truck drivers
In 2021, traffic fatalities racked up to a 16-year high, despite a lot more people working from home.
Repelled by high car prices, Americans are holding on to their vehicles longer than ever
By TOM KRISHER AP Auto Writer ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — With new and used cars still painfully expensive, Ryan Holdsworth says he plans to keep his 9-year-old Chevy Cruze for at least four more years. Limiting his car payments and his overall debt is a bigger priority for him than having a new vehicle. A 35-year-old grocery store worker from Grand Rapids, Michigan, Holdsworth would probably[...]
D.L. Evans Bank promotes Amy Durfee to VP Branch Manager in Rupert, Idaho
RUPERT, ID – John V. Evans Jr., president of D.L. Evans Bank has announced Amy Durfee's promotion to vice president branch manager at the Rupert branch. Durfee has been a member of the D.L. Evans Bank team for twenty-four years, beginning as a teller. She has also held the positions of loan adjuster, operations supervisor, commercial loan officer, and assistant vice president and assistant br[...]
May 12, 2023 Digital Edition
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Tesla shouldn’t call driving system Autopilot because humans are still in control, Buttigieg says
Tesla shouldn't be calling its partially automated driving system Autopilot because the cars can't drive themselves, the top U.S. transportation official says. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg says he's concerned about Tesla's marketing of the system, which is under investigation by his department in connection with crashes that have caused at least 14 deaths.
In major climate step, EPA proposes 1st limits on greenhouse gas emissions from power plants
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration proposed new limits Thursday on greenhouse gas emissions from coal- and gas-fired power plants, its most ambitious effort yet to roll back planet-warming pollution from the nation's second-largest contributor to climate change.
NAIFA-Idaho elects new Board of Directors
BOISE, ID – The Idaho chapter of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA) has announced their 2023 Board of Directors. The NAIFA-Idaho President, along with the association’s Board of Directors, develops strategies and provides oversight to ensure the continued success of the state chapter. The president helps to set the chapter’s agenda and works to advance th[...]
Boise Centre names new executive director
BOISE ─ The Greater Boise Auditorium District Board of Directors has named Cody Lund the new Executive Director of Boise Centre. Lund was selected following a three-month national search and is currently the Assistant Executive Director of Boise Centre. He will succeed Pat Rice, who retires at the end of 2023. In his new role, Lund will oversee a senior leadership team responsible for the faci[...]
Shawn Birk joins First Federal Bank
MERIDIAN, Idaho – Jason A. Meyerhoeffer, President and CEO of First Federal Bank, has announced Shawn Birk's addition to the First Federal Bank as regional branch manager. In this role, Birk will provide strategic sales and operational direction for the Retail Banking team in the Treasure Valley, helping to direct consumer banking initiatives at the South Eagle Road and Chinden Road-Fox Run bran[...]
McCall’s Ponderosa Center reaches key fundraising milestone to acquire lakefront building site
McCALL, ID – The vision for a lakefront performing arts and community center in McCall is one crucial step closer to reality. The non-profit Ponderosa Center has secured enough privately donated funds to acquire the .83 acre land parcel where the 29,800 square foot structure will be built. The current owners of the land, the Carey family of McCall, are benefactors of the Ponderosa Center and [...]