Parents across Idaho will now play a role in whether or not their child’s teacher gets a raise. Teacher bonuses in more than two dozen school districts will depend to some degree on how well they can engage parents, as part of new education changes that were signed into law this year.
The manager of Friedman Memorial Airport in Hailey says if the airport isn’t improved or moved it could eventually lose all commercial service and about $1.4 million annually it receives from the Federal Aviation Administration. Rick Baird made the co
Six months after she was found on the verge of starvation in a van in the Nevada wilderness, a Canadian woman wants to know what happened to her husband after he walked out for help. Family friend Hannah Hyland says Rita Chretien of Penticton, B.C., is as
College students in southern Idaho wishing to study law won’t have to travel quite as far now. There was a ribbon cutting ceremony yesterday for the Concordia University School of Law and the George R. White Law Library in Boise.
The Twin Falls area is in the running as a possible location for a production plan to produce yogurt. The Times News reports today that officials for Chobani, a New York-based manufacturer of Greek yogurt, have visited Twin Falls looking for a possible location to build a production facility close to the west coast.
A high school principal in Twin Falls has been honored with the 2011 Milken Educator Award for Idaho. Brady Dickinson, principal of Canyon Ridge High School in Twin Falls, is the recipient of the 2011 Milken Educator Award for the state of Idaho.
(AP) Investigators are suspecting arson as the cause of a fire that destroyed about half of an old potato processing plant in Burley. Cassia County Sheriff Randy Kidd says investigators are interviewing suspects related to a blaze that started late Friday night at the building now owned by High Desert Milk. T
(AP) Idaho Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Luna says the state is close to receiving a waiver under the No Child Left Behind Act. But Luna says the bottom 15 percent of schools will still be held accountable under the law
Twin Falls City Councilman Lance Clow says the result of the redistricting plan recently completed doesn’t sit very well with him and he wants the City Council to discuss the issue at tonight’s meeting.
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