Saturday, February 04, 2023

Local News

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Updated 11 minutes ago

‘Taxpayers are asking for relief’: Three property tax bills unveiled in Idaho Legislature

The Idaho Legislature’s House Revenue and Taxation Committee introduced a trio of new property tax bills on Thur...

Updated 12 minutes ago
Head Start sponsorship aids children with food insecurities

Food insecurities harm children of all ages at all stages of development. With that thought in mind, local resident and philanthropist, Kelly Czap, donated $...

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Free personal-use firewood permits available

The Forest Service is again offering free, personal-use firewood permits for up to 12 cords of firewood per permit holder.

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LPOHS alumni: Dreams are possible

Lake Pend Oreille graduates gave current students a first-hand look at careers beyond high school on Friday at the high school’s first career fair.

Updated 1 day ago
Little: State to sue on grizzly delisting

Over 10 months ago, Idaho petitioned for delisting the “lower-48” grizzly bear because it does not qualify as a “species” under the Endangered Species Act

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Bill would move audit agency under GOP control

Lawmakers in Idaho have introduced a bill that would eliminate the state's only bipartisan legislative committee and place an independent auditing agency und...

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Ex-teacher sentenced on sex abuse charge

A former Priest River Lamanna High School teacher was sentenced Wednesday to up to 10 years in jail in connection to a pair of charges for sex abuse of a min...

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BCSD receives Title IX complaint

Boundary County School District has received a Title IX complaint allegedly the district is not providing equal opportunities for female high schoolers to pl...

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About 79,000 Idahoans are in student-loan debt relief limbo

New data released by the White House this week shows that 79,000 people in Idaho were on track to have at least some of their student loan debts washed away ...

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Honor helps Love help food bank

Debbie Love, Bonner Community Food Bank executive director, raised more than $600 through a fundraiser to honor her and all her work.

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GOP pushes new bill to outlaw use of student IDs in elections

A new bill introduced Monday morning in the Idaho Legislature would prohibit the use of student IDs as an acceptable form of identification for voting in Ida...

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Cool temps freeze region's gas prices

Monday’s average price for a gallon of regular in the Gem State was $3.44 per gallon, which is a nickel more than a week ago, but the same price as a month a...

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Thousands eligible for free e-file

The Idaho State Tax Commission is encouraging taxpayers with an adjusted gross income of $73,000 a year or less to visit This page de...

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Ballot initiative resolution sent for amendment

After all but two of about 40 individuals testified Wednesday against its passage, the Senate State Affairs Committee of the Idaho Legislature voted to amend...

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N. Idaho systems awarded DEQ grants

A trio of North Idaho systems are among the half-dozen selected for grants to fund studies to evaluate community drinking water and wastewater systems. Th...