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Risch calls for investigation of WHO

The chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee is calling for an independent investigation into the World Health Organization's response to coronavirus.

08th, April 2020, 09:30pm

Little defends two anti-transgender bills he signed into law

Idaho Gov. Brad Little on Tuesday strongly defended his signing into law of the nation’s most sweeping anti-transgender legislation, calling it the “right thing” to do. It was the first time Little had commented on his decision to sign both…

08th, April 2020, 09:30pm

One study shows COVID-19 in Idaho likely to peak Tuesday

One mathematical model based on new data indicates that if Idahoans practice full social distancing, the toll of the new coronavirus on the state’s hospital system might not be as heavy as first feared — and the number of cases…

08th, April 2020, 09:15pm

Helping out during pandemic

The last big disease to hit Teton Valley came 102 years ago, the 1918-1919 influenza pandemic.

08th, April 2020, 03:49pm

Staying Connected despite COVID-19

To stay sane during this pandemic I’ve had to get creative. Part of that creativity has involved ways to keep in communication with friends and family while looking towards the future and coming up with ways to pass the time.

08th, April 2020, 03:38pm

Being a senior in the time of COVID-19

The best cure for senioritis has been the coronavirus. Because of the recent COVID-19 outbreak in Idaho and cases being reported in Teton County, Teton High School has been closed until at least April 20, 2020.

08th, April 2020, 03:15pm

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