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Friday, May 21
enrollment period reaches midpoint
The open enrollment process
for the state of Idahos new health insurance plan
has reached the midpoint and appears to relatively problem-free.
Don't Risk It!' campaign begins next week
Idaho Office of Highway Safetys (OHS) next week
will launch a Click It, Dont Risk It!
campaign to increase safety belt use. The campaign
features a crash survivor to help emphasize the message
that seat belts save lives.
drives home importance of clicking seat belts
Root can attest to the fact that seat belts save lives.
Hers is one that was saved. Root will share her story
through radio and television ads as part of a May
Click It, Dont Risk It! campaign
designed to convince more Idahoans to buckle up.
suggests project had little if any impact on Mica
Sediment from the construction
of U.S. 95 from Bellgrove to Mica Creek in 2001-02
impacted Mica Creek, the South Fork of Mica Creek
and fisheries, according to the Idaho Department of
Environmental Quality (IDEQ).
using your legs to get to work during National Bike
For just one week, consider
this: leave the car parked at home and travel to work
using good, old-fashioned muscle power. Bike to Work
Week is May 17-21, and Bike to Work Day is Friday,
month emphasizes alternative transportation
and shoppers can wave at the collection box today
as they pass by and take a seat on ValleyRide buses.
They can take advantage of Free Fare Fridays every
Friday this month as part of a promotion for alternative
online resource developed for truckers
A new truck lane on
the information highway will enable commercial
truck drivers easy access to special services
provided by the Idaho Transportation Department...
to phase in rate increase
employees who participate in the Public Employee
Retirement System of Idaho (PERSI) will contribute
slightly more to the account beginning July 1.
The rate for general member employees will increase
by .37 percent, or from 5.86 percent of their
gross salary to 6.23 percent.
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ACLU challenge could end specialized plates
suspends 77,000 license plates
wants better side-impact protection
County may dump John Wayne airport
prove to be elusive problem
taking more than their share of highways
patrols target trucks leaving debris
for HOV privilege and loving it
drivers driven to distraction
light at end of Oregon rail tunnel
of crosses mark Montana fatal crashes
rages over nuclear shipments
trade gas pedal for bike pedals
goes distance to see daughter graduate
FutureTruck to be displayed in Boise
view of growing weed battle