The lieutenant governor wants $50,000 of taxpayer money to cover largely unexplained legal bills. It’s the latest strange turn in an election that’s likely to get more bizarre.
From Pocatello to Sugar City, candidates are weighing in ahead of the Nov. 2 election on masks in schools and claims of critical race theory being taught in classrooms.
A complaint says 11 members of the varsity squad restrained JV players on Thursday, and shocked one of them with a dog collar. No charges have been filed.
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The lieutenant governor’s office accrued legal expenses during an unsuccessful court battle with the Idaho Press Club. But the amount remains unknown to taxpayers.
Dear media: The next time Lt. Gov. McGeachin calls a presser and says, “No questions,” please pack up and go home.
The lieutenant governor on Thursday attacked media coverage of her recent refusal to release public documents, despite a court order for her to do so.
Tensions over local COVID-19 protocols, and the nationalized critical race theory backlash, are reshaping trustee races in 2021. Is this a step toward pricier, more partisan elections?