Wed
06
Sep
nefeeder's picture

Boundless examples of Idahoan humanity

Events in Charlottesville and hateful vandalism at our own Anne Frank Memorial are glaring reminders of the work that must continue.

Wed
06
Sep
nefeeder's picture

Idaho Board of Ed says there are only 374 great teachers in the state

Idaho’s State Board of Education finally released their recommendations for determining Jedi quality master teachers last week.

Wed
30
Aug
nefeeder's picture

Help keep Idaho bears wild

The young male grizzly’s thick coat shimmered in the morning sunlight. Fat is fit for a bear, and this bear was very, very fit.

Wed
30
Aug
nefeeder's picture

Leftist activists display their own intolerance

One consistent public policy fact in Idaho, as in many other states, is that a big performance gap exists, as noted by school test scores, between white and non-white students. This is a fact.

Wed
30
Aug
nefeeder's picture

Combatting human trafficking

In the 2017 Trafficking in Persons report, U.S. Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson wrote, “Human trafficking is one of the most tragic human rights issues of our time.

Wed
23
Aug
nefeeder's picture

Answers to questions about the community college district

In my prior column I addressed the positive economic and educational impact of Bingham County being part of the College of Eastern Idaho (CEI) Community College District.

Wed
23
Aug
nefeeder's picture

Honoring those who served at Wake Island

The history of World War II and the bravery of the American service members who fought for our nation and its allies are familiar parts of our collective national history, but an often overlooked p

Wed
23
Aug
nefeeder's picture

Feds nix sharing of data, create another reason to ditch grocery tax

We have yet another reason why state lawmakers should repeal the grocery tax this winter: State tax auditors have no real way to know whether the people who claim the grocery tax credit on their ta

Wed
16
Aug
nefeeder's picture

Governor candidates split on Otter special business tax break

Republican candidates for Idaho governor are split on a corporate welfare program that Gov. Butch Otter implemented in 2014. Boise businessman Tommy Ahlquist says he would reform it. U.S. Rep.

Wed
16
Aug
nefeeder's picture

Backing agriculture and the rural economy

“Today, we need to feed some 7 billion people.

Pages

Subscribe to