A newsletter from the office of the Idaho lieutenant governor used a misleading number to disparage the efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines, the Post Register found after talking with an office staffer and three outside experts.
Ammon Mayor Sean Coletti wants to keep his job.
Idaho’s 2020 high school seniors followed the downward trend of SAT scores, accounting for the third year in a row of lower results.
A campaign to let Idaho voters decide on medical marijuana legalization next year cleared one of many legal hurdles, Deputy Secretary of State Chad Houck confirmed Wednesday.
More than $10 million in levies and bond measures were on the ballot in two of eastern Idaho’s school districts Tuesday.
The number of absentee ballots submitted to counties across eastern Idaho this fall already exceeds the total absentee numbers they saw during the 2016 presidential election.
We have heard the statement “We are living in unprecedented times” so often in the past couple of months, it has become a bit cliché. But the reality of the situation is anything but cliché for many businesses, including the Post Register.
The Bonneville County Clerk’s Office determined Tuesday that Capt. Samuel Hulse met the residency requirement to run for Bonneville County Sheriff.
A controversy over the definition of residency has come to the forefront of the Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office election.
Joe Biden seemed poised to win the Democratic primary in Idaho and in Bonneville County on Tuesday night, while two out of three local school levies were approved.
A local lawmaker who taught courses on American government for decades has come out with a book about his view of the U.S. Constitution and the principles behind it.
Three candidates will compete on the November ballot to fill an open city council seat in Ammon.Debra Clapp, Don Ray Ellis and Josh Wheeler will attend a public forum on Wednesday to answer questions from potential voters. The Bonneville County Democrats are hosting the event at 7 p.m. in Bu…
Salmon School District 291 officials have to go back to the drawing board following the failure to pass Tuesday’s school bond proposal, which would have built a new school for 650 students .
Nine school districts in the Post Register’s coverage area, including Salmon School District 291, Idaho Falls School District 91 and Fremont County Joint School District 215, are looking to pass bond and/or levy measures Tuesday.
Teton School District Superintendent Monte Woolstenhulme announced at tonight's school board meeting that ICRIMP will cover the remaining $300,000 of the missing school bond funds lost through an email scam in December.
Signs at the polls in Rexburg warning students in the college town, home of BYU-Idaho, against voting there “simply because you failed to register and vote at your true domicile” were taken down Tuesday afternoon, after the American Civil Liberties Union of Idaho charged that they violated t…
Republican state senator Brent Hill is projected to win re-election to seat 34 against Democrat Robert Nielsen.
Not too often will you hear a newspaper publisher tell you to put the paper down, but today is an important day — it is Election Day. It has all come down to today. We’ve endured months of campaign ads, debates, special interest groups and election rhetoric.
GOP gubernatorial candidate Brad Little has launched a new campaign commercial, which began airing statewide this week, focusing on education.
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Welcome to “Campaign Notebook.” This column will run every Sunday until Nov. 11 — the Sunday after the election — and detail the politicking, advertisements, endorsements, campaign spending and other developments in local and statewide races. We’ll take a brief hiatus after that, and then re…
Although the percentage by which Idaho Falls School District 91's high school bond proposal failed Tuesday was identical to the percentage by which a similar proposal failed in November, this percentage represents about 3,000 fewer voters.
Idaho Falls School District 91