Hilber Nelson, MVLA November 26, 2021 Non government agencies (NGOs) are alive and well-entrenched in Idaho — all in the name of furthering “the greater good”, “public health, safety, and welfare,” “protecting endangered species”, “ensuring sustainability”, and “equity.” Often operating quietly behind the scenes as “private-public partnerships,” a deeper look reveals NGOs act as […]
Idaho House Speaker Scott Bedke says, “Our votes are NOT for sale.” Corporate donations to Bedke shows he is.
By Press Release November 2, 2021 The following Press Release was sent out by the Bryan Smith for Congress campaign www.bryansmithforidaho.com. Press Releases sent out by candidates do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of those at the Idaho Dispatch, or MVLA. Conservative congressional candidate Bryan Smith raised over $200,000 in the first thirty […]
Op-Ed by Daniel Bobinski True Idaho News October 6, 2021 At least twice now, upon leaving the state, Idaho’s Governor Brad Little has stated that he has not authorized Lt. Governor Janice McGeachin to act on his behalf, most recently doing it on Facebook. Guess what? Brad Little has zero authority to operate contrary to […]
Police chief Kingsbury presented promotions and inductions into the ranks and the council approved the use of more C.A.R.E.S. dollars for radios for the local dispatch center.
Current councilman Chris Reid, along with candidates Jason Brown, and Spencer Cutler refused to respond to constituents’ questions.
City council votes to approve MORE C.A.R.E.S dollars in Twin Falls while rejecting the request of local business to improve our regional airport.
In the end, the city council voted unanimously to increase building fees by over 100%.
Twin Falls city council meeting was cancelled on Monday due to absence of city manager & assistant city manager.
If only more Idahoans understood the effort and faith invested by fourteen legislators. If we believed that they would be represented by true representation, not ruled by fourteen but represented.
Twin Falls City Council just voted to fast-track an over 100% increase on impact fees for new home builders.