The governor told students that $8,500 may be waiting for them to help pursue an in-demand career.
Gov. Little promotes Maguire to lead STEM Action Center
Kaitlin Maguire has been serving as the interim executive director for months.
Ammon Bundy takes first step toward running for governor
The anti-government activist from Emmett appears to have appointed himself as treasurer.
Bulk of emails urged Little to veto critical race theory bill
By EdNews’ count, 69.4 percent of emails to the governor petitioned him to veto House Bill 377.
Little moves Idaho into next stage of coronavirus reopening plan
The virus activity and its impacts have been trending downward in Idaho, he said. But this is not the time to throw the masks away and go back to normal.
Little orders more transparency in vaccine reporting
Providers will be required to report how many vaccines they receive and how many remain in inventory.
Statehouse showdown escalates; Little accuses legislators of pushing misinformation
House Republicans said Little’s remarks have further complicated the situation.
Little calls for more spectators at high school sporting events
No new details on crowd size limits were released Wednesday, but a new athletics plan could be announced in the next 48 hours.
Little activates additional National Guard troops for COVID-19 vaccine rollout
Teachers and school staff serving pre-K through grade 12 remain in the state’s vaccine priority group.
Analysis: Little’s agenda signals a shift into election mode
Gov. Brad Little spent much of Monday’s State of the State Address shifting the narrative away from a pandemic that has defined the past 10 months of his term.