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Letter: Time to revamp City Council pay raises

Might I suggest an alternative to the awkwardness of elected officials voting to give themselves a pay raise? What if we rewarded our politicians by tying their pay to the median income of their constituents? Read more

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Letter: Response to Chojnacky

Did I understand you to believe if you are not Jewish you are not accountable to the morality of the Bible? Read more

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Letter: Vaccine tax credit?

In light of the fact that Covid-19 is still prevalent in our society I am very concerned about all of the people who are reluctant to get v… Read more

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Letter of thanks from TFHS Class of 1981

As we celebrated our 40th high school reunion, the Twin Falls High School Class of 1981 would like to thank all the teachers, administrators and staff who put up with us for 12 years. Read more

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Letter of thanks for teaming up for McCash for Kids

On July 13th, nine local McDonalds restaurants teamed up again with Townsquare Media for the 9th Annual McCash for Kids. Read more

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Letter of thanks for Live History Day helpers

Jerome County Historical Society wishes to thank all the volunteers, demonstrators, and businesses that assisted with 2021 Live History Day. Read more

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10 insights on today's news that will make you smarter tomorrow

Stay in the know! Browse through opinions and analysis on today's hottest topics. Read more

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Inside Politics: You’re Not Being Silenced, So Shut Up About it

Opinion:  Read more

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Reader Comment: Hospital contractor questions St. Luke's vaccine mandate

In response to St. Luke’s mandating of the COVID vaccine for all employees, contractors, volunteers, students and others: Read more

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Brugger: Fair Share Taxes, Fair Share Spending

Opinion: Another Legionnaire from Northern Idaho expressed his distrust of Idaho's government precisely and all governments generally because of the sad state of the roads he drives on daily. Read more

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Reader Comment: Our economy is poised for a comeback . . . if we only let it.

You need only walk down the street of any city or town to see “Help Wanted” signs in nearly every shopfront window. In Kellogg, a regional employer is short 50 workers. Read more

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Malloy: Lobbyist’s power grows as attacks mount

Opinion: Like it or not – and there are a lot of people who won’t like this – the Idaho Freedom Foundation is the most powerful lobbying group in Idaho.

There isn’t even a close second. Read more

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Writers on the Range: Hands off the rocks

Unofficial cairns, or “ego stacks,” as I like to call them, are allegedly an art form. But they confuse the traveler who thinks they actually mark a trail. Instead, they are a huge flashing sign that means merely, “I was here! Regard my works with wonder!”

I kick them over wherever I find them. Read more

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The Utterly Moderate podcast: Think You Know U.S. Government? (with Lonce Bailey)

Hosts Alison Dagnes and Lawrence Eppard are joined by political scientist Lonce Bailey who quizzes them about their U.S. government knowledge! Read more

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Bobcats abound in Idaho

STEVEN ROSS Idaho Department of Fish and Game

One of the greatest things about living in Idaho is the wide range of wildlife that can be seen at any time when you take a step outside your front door, including bobcats. Read more

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