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Idaho icon Perry Swisher, who died Wednesday at 88, was a self-described grouch...He attributed his irascible style to a bout of polio as a child, when he was forced to stay in a Salt Lake City hospital without exercise. He also said it came in
District Judge Ronald Bushs ruling is a step in the right direction and means the lawsuit can move forward, said Lowes attorney, Erika Birch. On Monday, ITD said it is disappointed and is considering an appeal. Based on this ruling, the
Much of the Statehouse scuttlebutt has focused on eight House Republicans seeking Senate seats and upsetting a more moderate culture there. But the retirement of eight House veterans threatens to silence moderates in that chamber. Theres no doubt
Manning is retiring as chairman of the Idaho Transportation Board. Manning, 79, has chaired the seven-member board that oversees the Idaho Transportation Department since 2007. The chairman of the board is appointed by and serves at the pleasure of
The council will advise the board on safety issues and laws and rules affecting Idaho trucking operations and will recommend highway improvements. Its role is to enhance the efficiency [with] which Idahos products are transported, said Alan Frew,
Idaho A former Idaho Transportation Department director was asked to resign in 2006 after a scathing whistleblower complaint, a detail hidden from the public until it recently emerged in court documents filed as part of a separate lawsuit...District
A highway connecting State Street and Chinden Boulevard near Star is one step closer to becoming a reality. The Idaho Transportation Board on Wednesday requested $77.9 million in bonding authority for next year to extend Idaho 16 from U.S...
Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter says Idaho's budget may be precarious, but he still aims to save Idaho residents an extra $15 million this year on their food purchases. In his State of the State speech Monday, Otter said he wants to continue expanding Idaho'
Due to technical issues delivery of your Idaho Press-Tribune has probably been delayed. Free access to E-trib is provided so that you can access the full content of the paper...The Idaho Transportation Board today revised its recommendation for