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Supreme Court Ruling on Grocery Tax Repeal Means Status Quo for Now

In a ruling last week, the Idaho Supreme Court upheld Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter’s veto of a bill repealing the sales tax on groceries. This means that the status quo prevailed... Read More

AIC News

AIC Highlights Noteworthy People

The City of Ketchum hosted a discussion on solar eclipses... Read More

AIC Highlights Noteworthy City Clips

The City of Idaho Falls hosted a special VIP Veteran Air Show program... Read More

AIC Shines Its Community Spotlight on Lewisville

Lewisville lies on the Upper Snake River Plain, five miles south of the apex of... Read More

2017 Idaho Energy & Green Building Conference

Hear about innovative projects in Idaho; Network with fellow forward-thinking professionals; Preview the... Read More

2017 ICCTFOA Exhibitor

Join us for the 2017 ICCTFOA Institute being held September 20 - 22... Read More

Upcoming Events

2017 ICCTFOA Institute
  • September 20-22, 2017 (Boise)
31st Annual Idaho Energy and Green Building Conference
  • October 4-5, 2017 (Boise)


Announcing the new Risk Management Discount Program!
Click HERE for the requirements and how to get started.
This training is available to ICRMP’s city, county and special district member and focuses on high claims areas. Members who successfully complete the requirements by February 1, 2018 receive a 5% discount.



Businesses, cities cashing in on total solar eclipse crowds...

American Paper Optics ramped up production for this year’s eclipse and expects to... Read More

Spokane eyes tougher regulations for Uber, Lyft after outcry...

With no new rules in sight from the state Legislature, Spokane signed contracts... Read More

Utah labor unions, teachers rally for public schools

Utah’s largest unions joined Saturday with political advocates in a march in downtown... Read More

Ruling: Utah media can seek to unseal video of...

Attorneys representing Utah’s media entities will be allowed to intervene in a civil... Read More

Salt Lake City mayor calls downtown’s ‘cultural core’ a...

Salt Lake City hopes it can turn its downtown core into a hub... Read More

Fires are torching Montana, and the money is running...

HELENA, Mont. — Montana’s worst fire season in years is expected to scorch... Read More

Idaho News

Idaho Power seeks changes for solar customers

Idaho Power officials are asking state regulators for permission to make big changes... Read More

Denney: Vote by mail not the answer for voter apathy

Breaking news: Idaho has vote by mail - the same as Oregon and Washington. Of course, there's one catch... Read More

Meridian to build 6th fire station, use $1.5M from rural fire...

The city of Meridian will move forward with building its sixth fire station in 2018 - a project that was going to be delayed... Read More

More travelers using Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport

Federal officials say passenger boardings increased about 21.5 percent at the Pullman-Moscow Regional... Read More

Idaho jail eyed as federal site for immigration detainees...

Idaho jail eyed as federal site for immigration detainees Read More

Is Boise a bicycle-friendly city? A one-block $91k bike lane...

The city of Boise hopes a bike lane it plans to install in... Read More

New Judge Nye sworn in today, going right to...

Idaho has a new federal district judge, at long last; new Judge David... Read More

Forced arbitration is unjust

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CRFB) issued a rule earlier this month that prohibits... Read More

Nampa officer will return to duty after attack

NAMPA (KBOI) — Corporal Tonna Marek of the Nampa Police Department has overcome... Read More

Post Falls police chief to retire

Post Falls Mayor Ron Jacobson announced today that Police Chief Scot Haug will retire effective March 31, 2018... Read More

Jerome police Capt. Green retiring

A Jerome police captain is retiring at the end of the week after almost 40 years in public service... Read More

Retired Coeur d'Alene Parks Manager Named to Idaho Parks...

Governor C.L. "Butch" Otter announced the appointment today of Doug Eastwood, retired parks manager for the city of... Read More

Post Falls: Recreation City

Post Falls is closing in on a 518-acre recreation area wonderland south of the Spokane River. The city is about to open... Read More

Officials working to bring new business, industry to Kuna

What are city leaders doing to bring new businesses and industry to Kuna? The answer has been raised in light of... Read More

Pocatello council approves RV parking code exception for eclipse

At Thursday's Pocatello City Council meeting, Council members approved an exception to the City's Municipal Code... Read More


Minneapolis Officers Must Turn On Body Cameras for Any...

Minneapolis police officers must turn on their body cameras when responding to any... Read More

New York Might Use 'Textalyzer' to Bust Drivers Using...

Police in New York state may soon have a high-tech way of catching... Read More

The Next Big Challenge for Small Downtowns

America’s smaller cities are winning people back with an explosion of new residential... Read More

Los Angeles Will Get a Third Shot at the...

The city has until 2028 to figure out how to host the games... Read More

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