NIC to end contract with interim president

Gregory South’s tenure in the president’s office was short, and illustrative of the politics on a divided NIC board.

High-stakes trial opens, challenging U of I-Phoenix purchase

The trial represents one of the biggest obstacles to a $685 million megadeal that could provide U of I with millions of dollars in new revenue, or jeopardize up to $10 million a year in tax money.

We’re paying the U of I for Phoenix-related records. Here’s why.

We still believe the public shouldn’t have to pay for public records. We also believe the U of I’s billing practices delay and dissuade records requests. But we also don’t believe we should walk away, just because we’re hitting resistance.

Prosecutors work at murder scene, as U of I plans demolition next week

The U of I plans to follow through on a controversial plan to raze the house; the demolition is scheduled for Dec. 28.

Divided NIC board gives chairman blanket authority over lawsuits

The move drew fire from two trustees. “The day is going to come when somebody in this community will have had a gut full of this silliness and there will be a lawsuit filed.”

Moscow Charter School: where it all began

The school started with 31 students back in 1998. Today, the K-8 school has 193 students enrolled and continues its mission of a culture of support in a small-school environment. 

U of I schedules demolition of off-campus murder scene

The demolition is scheduled for Dec. 28, nearly a year to the day after former Washington State University student Bryan Kohberger was arrested in connection with the grisly slayings.

The (mostly) Republican moms fight to reclaim their Idaho school district from conservatives

The far-right takeover of West Bonner School District disrupted learning and prompted an exodus of students and teachers. A group of moms organized to fight back.

Divided and disenchanted: Why a rural Idaho community refuses to fund education

After four failed levies, Mountain View trustees will again go to voters in May.

Millions to flow to rural career-technical education programs

Interest is high. Idaho has received 146% more in requests than it has money to allocate.