Idaho Transportation Department to Provide Free Hands-On Construction Training Spring of 2022

Idaho Transportation Department

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BOISE - With Idaho’s rapidly growing economy and commitment to improving infrastructure, the demand for skilled construction labor has never been greater. To meet that need, the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) is offering an intensive five-week training program in the spring of 2022 in multiple locations across the state.

Spokane Police Looking for Suspect After an Assault in the Area of Rogers High School

Spokane Police Department

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SPOKANE - On Monday, January, 10 around 10:20 a.m., a female in the area of Rockwell and Perry was accosted by a male suspect. The suspect indicated he had a firearm and demanded the victim accompany him into an alley. At one point during the incident, the suspect grabbed the victim, however, the victim was able to escape before any additional harm was inflicted.

Lewiston Transitions to Mayor-Council Form of Government

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LEWISTON - On Monday, January 10, during the Lewiston City Council’s first regular meeting of the year, the City’s form of government transitioned from Council-Manager to Mayor-Council. Before this historical change, the City had been operating under the Council-Manager form of government for 58 years, starting in 1964 when voters passed a special election ballot issue.

Governor Little Highlights Plan for Education Investments, Tax Relief in 2022 State of the State and Budget Address

Governor Little

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BOISE – During his State of the State and Budget Address today, Governor Brad Little reflected on the strength of Idaho’s economy and state budget before detailing his LEADING IDAHO plan to put more money back in the pockets of Idahoans and make strategic investments in education and other areas to propel Idaho even further ahead.


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