More than five million Americans are currently living with Alzheimer’s disease and, absent a medical breakthrough, that number could rise to nearly 14 million by 2050, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. This disease is tragic and life-altering—wherever, whenever and whomever it strikes.
Back in September Senator Jim Risch challenged Idahoans to read the transcript of the telephone call between President Trump and Ukrainian President Zelensky, saying he saw no evidence of wrongdoing.
It’s been over a year since the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) was signed and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi motioned for the trade agreement to be brought to the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives for a vote.
Shout out to all who made this years Boundary County Celebration of Craft such a great event! Thank you, all you hardworking vendors, and your families; I know what a commitment a two day event is. The hall looked amazing as always.
Somewhere in a community across our country, a fellow American is thinking through the steps of turning their idea into a small business. They could be a young entrepreneur with dreams of changing the world with their innovation.
The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, written by James Madison in 1789, enshrined into law both freedom of religion and freedom from religion.
Idahoans are, and have always been, a different type of people. Rugged, self-sufficient and independent, we love our beautiful state and believe it is the best place in the country to live. We believe in law and order but dislike government being used to regulate us like a nanny state. As a …
The North Bench Volunteer Fire District Board took time at their November 11 board meeting to hold a drawing for a locally made quilt and a custom built Elite .22 rifle locally made for the NBVFD by Craig Wheatley, owner of Tactical Innovations.
Each year, I honor Idaho veterans and volunteers who support veterans with the Spirit of Freedom: Idaho Veterans Service Award. The lives of the award recipients are fascinating and inspiring and represent the core of what makes our communities and state so special. A common characteristic a…
I honor America’s prisoners of war (POWs) and missing in action (MIA) and call attention to National POW/MIA Recognition Day through Senate statements each year to try to help keep national focus on the return of American service members. Additionally, to assist with this effort, U.S. Senato…
Boundary Ambulance Service has been blessed with donations from both Dr. Stu Willis, our medical director, and his son Dr. Hank Willis and family. We are humbled by the generosity of the Willis family and greatly appreciate being able to keep snow off of the ambulances as well as getting our ambulances fixed and back on the road!
Boundary Ambulance Service. The amount of time between injury and response is consistently cited as a reason to maintain the current level of service. Sadly though, there are not enough “billable hours” to pay for that service. Jeff Lindsey states he has taken a pay cut. He fails to mention he took a position as Bonner County EMS Director.
Idaho’s Secretary of State made it official last Friday. The “Invest in Idaho” citizen’s initiative is certified and ready for signatures. The people of Idaho now have the power to start investing in education again.
In a 1787 letter to U.S. Representative William Stephens Smith, Thomas Jefferson posed a question, "what country can preserve its liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance?"
Please consider a vote for Dick Staples to replace Mr. Sims as Mayor of Bonners Ferry, Idaho. The Bonners Ferry part is important. Dick lives and makes his living in Bonners Ferry. This can not be said for the current Mayor and his immediate staff.