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Idaho County Association

City Achievement Award Winners Recognized at AIC Annual Conference

Eleven cities were recognized with City Achievement Awards at the AIC Annual Conference on June 22 at the Annual Banquet at JUMP (Jack’s Urban Meeting Place). The City Achievement Awards recognize the... Read More

AIC News

AIC Shines Its Community Spotlight on Ketchum

Trailing of the Sheep Festival. Sheep parade through Ketchum, 2014. Courtesy of trailing... Read More

AIC Highlights Noteworthy People

Check out noteworthy things being done and honors received by people in Idaho... Read More

AIC Highlights Noteworthy City Clips

Check out noteworthy things done and honors received by cities around Idaho as... 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)


 

ICRMP News

 
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.

Regional

Open City Council seat in northeast Spokane draws 3...

With the departure of City Councilwoman Amber Waldref due to term limits, three... Read More

Seattle City Council committee approves bias-free policing law

The legislation codifies the Police Department’s bias-free policing policies and creates a means... Read More

Bikes let Yakima police get closer to public -...

The officers, wearing body armor, gun belts, bicycle helmets, shorts and black-and-fluorescent-green shirts,... Read More

Portable restrooms in short supply for total eclipse

WEISER, Idaho (AP) — The city of Weiser is set to be Idaho's... Read More

Idaho News

Idaho Supreme Court upholds grocery tax veto, but overturns Cenarrusa v. Andrus

The Idaho Supreme Court, in a 4-1 ruling today, upheld Governor Butch Otter's veto of legislation removing the state's... Read More

Victor honors employee by renaming park

Effective immediately, Pioneer Park will be renamed Sherman Park "in honor of a great man who quite literally shaped... Read More

Nye confirmed as Idaho's next U.S. District judge on...

The U.S. Senate has just voted 100-0 – unanimously – to confirm the... Read More

Meridian earns award for Idaho Avenue Placemaking project

The Association of Idaho Cities recognized the City of Meridian with a City Achievement Award on June 22... Read More

Pocatello, Bancroft recognized with City Achievement Awards

The Association of Idaho Cities (AIC) recognized the cities of Pocatello and Bancroft with City Achievement Awards... Read More

Ammon fiber project wins state recognition

The city of Ammon has been recognized by the Association of Idaho Cities for having "the best economic and... Read More

Pocatello committee to recommend new flag to...

An eastern Idaho city with a flag called the worst city flag in... Read More

Idaho First Lady brings helping hand, 'good karma' to North...

At 25, Brandi Irons has accomplished a great deal. She is raising a young son while holding down a job at... Read More

Idaho man apologizes for blaze started by illegal fireworks...

An eastern Idaho man is apologizing for setting off illegal aerial fireworks that... Read More

2018 gubernatorial candidates already out on the stump together......

Here's my full column from Sunday's Spokesman-Review: By Betsy Z. Russell All three major GOP... Read More

Labrador introduces bill to name Payette post office after...

Idaho 1st District GOP Rep. Raul Labrador has introduced legislation to name the... Read More

So much more than books

The sailfish decorously attached to a wall about the checkout counter is a crowd-pleaser. But when they speak of it, patrons... Read More

Idaho leads nation in personal income growth due to strong farm...

Idaho led the nation in personal income growth during the first three months of 2017, economists say, and the gain was... Read More

National

Tennessee cities adjust to law letting guns in buses,...

The city of Nashville fought a losing battle this spring as a state... Read More

50 Cities and Counties Participate in Net Neutrality Day...

In a letter penned to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai,... Read More

On Education, The States Ask: Now What?

States are under the gun to meet requirements of the new federal education... Read More

The High Cost of Low Engagement

Positive work environments are not just more productive, they’re healthier—that’s good for employers... Read More

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