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News >  K-12 education

Post Falls School Board race pits controversial candidate, wings of local GOP against each other

David J. Reilly, a former radio host who moved to Post Falls permanently a year ago, has the endorsement of the Kootenai County Republican Central Committee. His opponent, Jake Dawson, is a lifelong Post Falls resident and a building maintenance engineer who's earned the endorsement of the Citizens to Elect Qualified & Experienced Candidates, a political action committee formed in April that includes several Republican elected and party officials. 

News >  Idaho

Health misinformation was an Idaho-grown product for years – now it has a body count

UPDATED: Sun., Oct. 24, 2021

A cottage industry of health misinformation has flourished in Idaho for years, with help from Idaho’s laissez-faire approach to governance and a faction of Idaho Republican lawmakers who support and amplify the misinformation. Some of the players promote unproven, unsafe and unorthodox treatments, seemingly without consequence.The pandemic gave locally grown health misinformation a new marketplace — and a body count.
News >  Idaho

Idaho clinics rush to train staff for COVID booster rollout

UPDATED: Fri., Oct. 22, 2021

BOISE — With expanded access to coronavirus boosters approved and vaccinations for younger kids on the horizon, family physicians are fielding phone calls from people eager to get the shots. But this round of vaccinations is more complicated than the last — with mix-and-match possibilities between different vaccine brands, different dosage sizes and varying rules about exactly who qualifies for which booster.
News >  Idaho

U.S. to give nuclear waste plant in Idaho another try

UPDATED: Thu., Oct. 21, 2021

BOISE – Problems plaguing a nuclear waste treatment plant in eastern Idaho appear to be solved, U.S. officials said Thursday, and converting high-level liquid waste into safer, more easily managed solid material could start early next year.