McLean honored many people in the community throughout her hourlong speech, calling them heroes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A software change is leading to some big energy savings at Pocatello Regional Airport. The post Software switch powers energy savings equivalent to 3 homes at Pocatello Regional Airport appeared first on Local News 8.
The East Oregonian's recent reporting ("Boardman Coal Plant decommissioning moves along," Thursday, Sept. 2) gave the impression that the STOP B2H Coalition has met its demise. This is incorrect. We are alive and well and fighting for all Eastern Oregonians’ rights and quality of life. What was reported was a...
KPVI Newschannel 6
BOISE — A day after President Joe Biden announced COVID-19 vaccine or testing requirements for employers with more than 100 workers, Idaho business leaders were uncertain how to respond. And many are concerned about how the mandates will be implemented. The rules Biden announced Thursday mandate that all employers with...
BOISE (Idaho Statesman) — Idaho employers are struggling to figure out whether President Joe Biden’s new vaccination mandate applies to them and, if so, when and how. Biden on Thursday detailed a seismic order that will mandate vaccines for everyone at businesses employing more than 100 workers. As an alternative, workers will be able to show a negative result from a COVID-19 test at least once a week.
AMERICAN FALLS — A fire near American Falls High School caused a two-hour power outage Wednesday. Just after 8 p.m., Power County dispatch received multiple 911 calls regarding a fire near Ferry Hollow Road, according to a news release from Power County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Melissa Orchard. The fire was...
Idaho Milk Products said it was awarded a $97,000 cash incentive from Idaho Power for its efforts in reducing energy consumption. The company’s upgrades have saved more than 540,000 kilowatt-hours annually in electrical energy, equivalent to what’s used in 47 Idaho homes. “A critical component of our plant is the...
Twin Falls Times-News
TWIN FALLS — For the second year, the Lights and Lasers show will be held at Canyon Springs Golf Course instead of Shoshone Falls, organizers announced Thursday. The move provides more space for spectators to social distance, Southern Idaho Tourism said. The show will also have a touchless check-in system.
Idaho State Journal
Residents of American Falls and Rockland were without Power for approximately two hours Wednesday night after a tree branch fell onto a power line and caused a brush fire, according to the Power County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies with the Power County Sheriff’s Office received numerous reports of a field that...
We are so thankful that in Idaho we do not have the natural disasters that we see in other parts of the country or the world. We don't have to worry too much about tornadoes, hurricanes, or other extreme weather conditions. We have had earthquakes in the past and occasionally strong winds.