The Idaho Legislative session ended with an $8.5 to 12.3 million hole in the state’s Medicaid budget. The Idaho Senate voted on the evening of March 19 to adjourn “sine die,” thus effectively ending the 2020 Legislative session despite the ...Read More »
NEW YORK (AP) — The coronavirus shutdowns have launched an unplanned, unprecedented experiment with online education at schools across the U.S., and the nation’s largest school system plunged in Monday as New York City asked over 1.1 million students to ...Read More »
A small investment in outdoor art has paid big dividends for one Eastern Idaho community’s downtown. “Blackfoot has tried several things to spruce-up downtown and revive its downtown businesses, and the real stand-out success of all of those has been ...Read More »
Downtown Boise may challenge alternative transportation users, but City Go panelists assert that they are undeterred
Boise has a number of alternative transportation avenues in addition to people driving their own cars, but each method has its own challenges, according to alternative transportation advocates at a recent panel discussion. Lisa Brady, Jordan Morales, Russ Stoddard and ...
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The Legislature wants to give potential first-time homebuyers a tax break to encourage them to save up to buy a house. House Bill 589, which establishes first-time homebuyer savings accounts, passed the Idaho House with a vote of 47 – 23 ...Read More »
They’re talented, driven and innovative. Meet the young professionals who are leading Idaho into the future. The Idaho Business Review is proud to announce the honorees for its 2020 Accomplished Under 40 awards program. They come from diverse backgrounds and industries — ...Read More »