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Idaho Falls Chamber Young Professionals Network
When: Tuesday, November 12, 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
Where: MacKenzie River Pizza, Grill & Pub, 1490 Milligan Rd, Idaho Falls, ID
Network with other young professionals and represent your business. Free for YPN members, $10 for non-members.
North Idaho Pachyderm Club
When: Friday, November 15, 7 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
Where: IHOP, 2301 N 4th St, Coeur d'Alene, ID
Come join us every Friday at 7 a.m.
2019 State of the University
When: Friday, November 15, 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Where: Boise Centre, 850 W Front St, Boise, ID
Dr. Marlene Tromp was named president of Boise State University in April 2019. Dr. Tromp is Boise State's seventh president in its history. More info and register here.
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- Boise Mayoral Election Results Lead To Historic Runoff In December (Boise State Public Radio)
- Lawmakers: Savings And Counties Should Pay For Most Of Idaho's Medicaid Expansion (Boise State Public Radio)
- Conservation Voters For Idaho Supported Winning Candidates Across Idaho (Boise State Public Radio)
- Jail bond receives broad approval amid high voter turnout, but support fails to reach supermajority (Times-News)
- Simpson sees nothing to merit impeaching Trump (State Journal)
- Fish & Game settles discrimination case for $100K. State paid $167K to defend it (Idaho Statesman)
- As economic slowdown looms, Gov. Little tightens reins on state spending, spares education (Idaho Statesman)
- Lawmakers squabble over performance evaluations office (Idaho Press)
- Election analysis: Tough Tuesday for incumbents; conservationists win across state (Idaho Press)
- Idaho farmers see relief in Farm Workforce Modernization Act (Idaho Press)
- Marty Trillhaase: School taxes are up; why are you not surprised? (Lewiston Tribune)
- Governor returns from nine-day Asian trade mission (Idaho Business Review)
- Cut spending to provide property tax relief (Idaho Freedom Foundation)
- Give Gov. Little thanks for defending taxpayers by containing budget (Idaho Freedom Foundation)
- Little asks state agencies to cut spending while protecting education budgets (Idaho Education News)
- Democrats' Deep-State Denial Morphs Into Deep-State Salute (RealClearPolitics)
- Trump’s Economy Is Working for Minorities (Bloomberg)
- Michael Bloomberg’s potential 2020 bid is getting hammered online (New York Post)
- ABC News, CBS News face growing backlash over handling of Epstein leaker: They 'colluded' and fired the 'wrong person' (FOX News)
- ABC Chooses Royal Interview Over Taking Down Pedophile Sex Ring (Daily Caller)
- The ‘Whistleblower’ and Rep. Adam Schiff should be first to testify in Trump Impeachment Theater (Chicago Tribune)
- How Biden Helped Strip Bankruptcy Protection From Millions Just Before a Recession (GQ)
- How Washington keeps America sick and fat (Politico)
- Higher Education’s Enemy Within (Wall Street Journal)
- Reagan’s Berlin Wall strategy was simple and could work today: ‘We win, they lose’ (Dallas Morning News)
- Blackouts, Wildfires Test California Gov. Newsom in His First Crisis (Wall Street Journal)