BOISE — An agribusiness company that turned phosphate into fertilizer must pay $1.5 million in permit fees annually to eastern Idaho tribes to store millions of tons of toxic waste on tribal lands, a federal court has ruled.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Mormon church is holding its twice-a-year conference this weekend amid a tumultuous political climate in the U.S. and without the participation of its ailing 90-year-old president.
The Idaho Republican Party’s District 33 Committee has selected the three potential replacements for former Senate Majority Leader Bart Davis, who stepped down to assume the role of U.S. attorney for the state of Idaho and had held the seat since 1998.
The first class at the College of Eastern Idaho is drawn from a diverse background, from recent high school graduates, to those with college credits but no degree, to older residents for whom learning is a way to enrich their lives.
The Idaho Falls Auditorium District board of directors voted Wednesday morning to fire its executive director, but appears not to have followed the proper procedures as outlined by the state attorney general.
The Bonneville County Prosecutor’s Office is discussing a plea agreement for Deena Aday, the woman who ran away with Jeremy White after he reportedly strangled his fiancée, Christine Caldwell, and buried her beneath their Bonneville County home.