This week on the Kevin Richert Podcast, Boise State University President Marlene Tromp talks about all things delta variant: the threat to in-person instruction and campus events, the decision to open Albertsons Stadium to football fans, in the middle of a coronavirus surge. But there’s more. Tromp also talks about her vision for political discourse…
It’s the second time this year that the Boise School District has been the subject of an unusual public records request from a GOP statewide candidate.
Hospitalizations and ICU admissions surged to new pandemic peaks — as hospitals prepare to ration care. Child case numbers continue to climb. The state also reported a record weekly number of new deaths.
Boise State University students will have to show proof of COVID vaccination, or proof of a negative COVID test, in order to attend Saturday’s football game at Albertsons Stadium. The rules are expected to extend to all fans for the Oct. 2 home game.
On this week’s Kevin Richert Podcast, West Ada Superintendent Derek Bub talks about the pandemic protocols, and non-COVID issues facing the state’s largest school district.
During a media briefing Tuesday, health officials also talked about unmasked crowds at Boise State football games, and the $30 million COVID-19 school testing plan.
This week, Idaho Education Association executive director Paul Stark and president Layne McInelly join Kevin Richert to talk about crisis, and opportunity.
This week, Kevin Richert joins host Melissa Davlin for the weekly “Idaho Reports” podcast.