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This Ada County agency just suffered a ransomware attack. Now the FBI is investigating

ACHD isn’t saying how much money was requested in the attack, but the money was not paid.

Tired of political incivility? So are Butch Otter & Walt Minnick, and they hope you can help in Idaho

Allred told the Idaho Press he asked Otter to help promote the CommonSense American program because while they disagree on some policy issues, they are “shoulder to shoulder” when it comes to what makes the...

Emmett, Idaho adds to community fiber optic network

Now in its third year of installing fiber optic cabling, the city of less than 10,000 continues to serve as a model to others. Funding comes from a combination of city funds and grants, Knittel...

Idaho Deal Flow report: Numbers are up, dollars are down

Overall, the number of deals was 163 compared with 147 in 2017.

All your Idaho Virtual Reality Council news, updates and events in one place!

Check out how they’re bringing VR to large scale events around the world. We hope to see you at an event soon!

Idaho Governor Little Awards 15 Community Development Grants

“Idaho Commerce is focused on helping our communities and their citizens improve their local infrastructure and quality of life,” said Idaho Commerce Director Tom Kealey.

Idaho state controller upgrades open government website

Residents will be able to review everything from which agency spent the most on pizza to who has the highest salaries in each county, Idaho State Controller Brandon Woolf said.

Rural Idaho seeks apprentices for maintaining sewer, water systems

“More than half the professionals who oversee or operate Idaho’s drinking water and wastewater facilities are within 10 years or less of retirement. One-third are more than 55 years old. Another 30 percent are over...

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