The epidemic of the unvaccinated is exhausting health workers, slowing economic recovery and killing people. Mandates can end it. Read more
After decades of putting aside the issue of middle-income and workforce housing, elected officials in every town in the Wood River Valley are … Read more
Whether it is OK for anyone to be a billionaire is debatable. Whether it is OK for the top 1% of Americans to be worth 16 times more than the … Read more
With lawmakers including Idaho Sens. Mike Crapo and Jim Risch in support of a $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill, the nation could soon see the Senate’s political gridlock ease and work get underway on crumbling roads and bridges, distressed water systems and rickety transportation systems.
On its website, the United States Postal Service touts first-class mail delivery in “three business days or less.” That gold standard for fast, reliable, written communication that ties the parts of this huge continent together is about to be tarnished.
It’s hard to make a convincing case to a child, or an adult for that matter, that a gun is not a toy if it’s made with Lego blocks. Culver Precision should have recognized its Block19 firearm as a bad idea before it shared the design with the world on Twitter.
The specter of Alzheimer’s disease and its harsh reality make the Food and Drug Administration’s approval of the first new drug to treat it since 2003 seem like a ray of hope. It may prove to be little more than a windfall for its maker, a financial blow to Medicare and a black eye for the FDA.
Rentals, rentals everywhere and not a place to live. This takeoff on the words of 19th-century poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge perfectly describes the Sun Valley area today.