College of Western Idaho launches search for next president

The new president will replace President Bert Glandon, who retired in May. NAMPA, Idaho — The College of Western Idaho has officially launched its search for a new president. “The president will provide energetic and visionary leadership for a fast-growing and complex institution that serves a dynamic and prosperous region,” according to a news release … Read more

How to couch armchair expert advice

This market has been buzzing at awing paces, to the point that it seems like everyone is a real estate expert. And unfortunately, one of the skills all agents need to master is combating the misinformation spread by the armchair experts of the world.  Every buyer and seller you encounter is likely to have numerous … Read more

Consultant helps Boise State evaluate conference future, records show: How the Broncos stack up

BoiseDev Exclusive A story BoiseDev members got first. Boise State continues to evaluate its options when it comes to conference affiliation – including paying an outside contractor this year to provide a profile of the athletic department and how it might look in conferences like the Pac-12 and American Athletic Conference. According to reporting from … Read more

Treasure Valley school districts: Masks still optional following recent national and state recommendations

Other infection-prevention measures “are going to allow us to keep kids in schools,” said a spokesperson for the West Ada district. BOISE, Idaho — School districts across the Treasure Valley have decided to make masks optional as many gear up for the new school year to begin in less than one month.   The Boise, … Read more

African American Chamber of Commerce to host online discussion about critical race theory in schools

“We’re not trying to push anything or propose anything,” an organizer said. “We’re just trying to tell people about what’s going on in Idaho schools.” BOISE, Idaho — Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in the Idaho Press. The African American Chamber of Commerce of Idaho will host an online discussion about critical race … Read more

Boise State offers student interns to small businesses at no cost

If you own a small business and could use some extra hands, Boise State is offering up interns at no cost to employers. BSU’s Bronco Corps program started in 2020 to help the local business community address challenges and disruptions during the events of the past year. After a successful pilot phase and thanks to … Read more

Oregon announces $100,000 COVID vaccine scholarship winners

Oregonians 12-17 years old who received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine were eligible for the scholarship drawing. PORTLAND, Ore. — Gov. Kate Brown announced the five winners of the $100,000 Oregon College Saving Plan scholarships on Thursday. The scholarships are part of the “Take Your Shot, Oregon” campaign to encourage more people … Read more

New Boise grade school gets name, faster timeline, three-story design

The Boise School District announced it would open the new grade school in Boise’s Barber Valley sooner than expected. It also announced a name for the school, as well as revealed design details. “We’ve been able to move the opening of that school forward to the fall of 2023, which we are excited about,” Boise … Read more

Masks optional for vaccinated students, ‘encouraged’ for unvaccinated students in the Boise School District

Under the newly approved plan, face masks would be encouraged for unvaccinated students, staff and visitors. For vaccinated people, it’ll be optional. BOISE, Idaho — On Monday night, the Boise School District board voted to approve changes to the schools’ plan of key COVID-19 pandemic mitigation strategies. Under the plan, all unvaccinated students, staff and … Read more

Boise School District board votes to update COVID-19 guidelines

Under the newly approved plan, face masks would be encouraged for unvaccinated students, staff and visitors. For vaccinated people, it’ll be optional. BOISE, Idaho — On Monday night, the Boise School District board voted to approve changes to the schools’ plan of key COVID-19 pandemic mitigation strategies. Under the plan, all unvaccinated students, staff and … Read more

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