The state administered a record 74,944 vaccinations this week, an increase of 23 percent. The surge was driven, in part, by the arrival of the newly approved one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Much of the money stems back to Sherri Ybarra’s unsuccessful 2020 lawsuit against the Legislature and the State Board of Education. Ybarra’s office won’t explain the other payments, citing attorney-client privilege.
The Department of Health and Welfare reported at least 99 new cases involving K-12 students and staff.
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The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare reported at least 84 K-12 cases for a nine-day period ending Sunday.
Bert Glandon led the Nampa-based community college through 12 years of rapid and almost uninterrupted growth.