Former NIC instructor charged with battery involving trustee

A man entered Trustee Todd Banducci’s work office Tuesday, made a verbal threat, and then “threw a large bucket of liquid” over Banducci, his desk, his computer and other office equipment,” North Idaho College said in a news release.

Dozens of last-minute supplemental levy comments dominate trustees’ agenda

The board adopted policy 3018 that requires students to use the restroom, changing facilities, and overnight sleeping quarters designated by biological sex.

‘Do what is right:’ NIC trustee appeals to State Board

“The current majority on the NIC board, if left unchecked, will undoubtedly cause the loss of accreditation,” Tarie Zimmerman wrote in an appeal to the State Board of Education. The State Board has not responded.

Judge stands behind her ruling to reinstate NIC president

The trustees’ ongoing power struggle over President Nick Swayne’s contract is at the heart of an accreditation fight at North Idaho College.

In depth: The U of I comes to the close of a tragic, turbulent school year

On Nov. 13, the brutal murders of four University of Idaho students became a semester’s narrative, a community’s tragedy and a university’s crisis. Six months later, the healing continues.

More legal maneuvering at NIC

North Idaho College has hired a new lawyer — just one day after the college released a long-awaited investigative report from its soon-to-be former attorney.

Coeur d’Alene declares financial emergency, notifies four schools of possible closure

The district says it is facing staff layoffs and school closures if voters reject the proposed two-year, $50 million supplemental levy next month.

NIC trustees nullify Swayne’s contract

The latest chapter in the college’s prolonged power struggle comes on the eve of a critical accreditation review.

The latest at NIC: An email flap, more board infighting, a crucial site visit

North Idaho College trustees have several contentious topics on the agenda for a meeting Monday night. Later this week, a regional review team will come to NIC, as the embattled college’s accreditation remains in jeopardy.

Hundreds of jobs and education programs at risk in Coeur d’Alene

The district is asking voters in May to approve a new supplemental levy just two months after a similar ask failed.