The teenage years are perhaps the most important time for students to develop their individual skills and interests. It is one of the greatest times for character development that begins to turn teenagers into adults.
Idaho’s Republican Party Chair has told Idaho that he thinks plagiarism is no big deal: Mr. Yates’ words upon hearing that a Republican politician plagiarized, “This is plain vanilla prose.
Not a day goes by without news reports on how large corporate entities and the government are collecting ever-increasing amounts of personal information about us.
Letter: Dan Coburn Cottonwood
A hope and a prayer? Biggest salmon run since 1939? Letting the folks on the Snake have six fish per day? Great.
Letter: Leonard Wallace New Meadows
Whatever happened to forest management? In the ‘60s, you could see a long way in the forest, now you are lucky if you can see 100 feet. In the ‘60s we were logging the old growth, the economy was strong, and jobs were plentiful.
I read this article in this small local paper about this person talking about how those who forecast the weather are never right.
On Nov. 4, Idaho voters will have an extraordinary opportunity. You will be asked to vote on a constitutional amendment proposed by the 2014 Idaho Legislature and approved by both the House and the Senate without a single dissenting vote.
Usually in this spot we’re calling your attention to an issue and yapping about what we’d do to make the world a better place if we were named kings for a day.
You would hope that someone has not forgotten, that someone is searching for answers, that justice is being sought.
We’ve all heard that change is good. At least we can agree it’s inevitable, right?
Letter: Carol Asher
I would like to both commend and encourage all Idaho state, county and local officials who are spearheading the move to win back managing control over federally owned public lands within our state.
Letter: Douglas A. Winter
An open letter to the Keuterville Highway District and the Idaho County Commissioners.