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StateImpact Idaho Wins 12 Idaho Press Club, SPJ Awards

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StateImpact Idaho picked up 12 local and regional journalism awards over the weekend. At the risk of being too boastful, we wanted to share these accolades with you. At the annual Idaho Press Club awards we took home six 1st place prizes, two 2nd place, and one 3rd place. Website, Special Purpose – Radio: 1st [...]

StateImpact Idaho Wins Three Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards

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We don’t toot our own horn very often, but today we simply couldn’t resist. We’ve won three regional Edward R. Murrow Awards! Our winning work will now be submitted for the national competition. The awards recognize work of the highest quality produced by radio, television and online news organizations around the world. “For more than [...]

Essential StateImpact: Top 5 Posts Of The Week (According To You)

It was a busy week at StateImpact Idaho! We started our deep-dive into Idaho’s business equipment tax called the personal property tax, which you’ll likely hear more about as the legislative session progresses. Here’s the five posts (plus a bonus), that got the most clicks, comments and shares this week: Map: Who Benefits Most If [...]

Essential StateImpact: Top 5 Posts Of The Week (According To You)

Before you head out for an adventure in the snow, take a look at our most-read stories from the week. (Photo taken near Idaho City, Idaho)

Who Are Idaho’s Legislators? A Demographic Breakdown Of The 2013 Legislature Gov. Otter’s State Of The State Speech Sets His Agenda For Idaho Legislature Cerberus To Buy Albertsons Grocery Stores In $3.3 Billion Deal Mike Ferguson: The Math Doesn’t Work On Gov. Otter’s Plan To Repeal Business Property Tax Visualizing Gov. Otter’s State Of The [...]

Reporter’s Choice: Top Ten Posts Of 2012

As 2012 draws to a close, we took a look back at some of the stories we think are worth another read or a second listen. Why Idaho’s Doctor Shortage Won’t Be Easy To Solve: Idaho has fewer doctors per capita than every state in the country except one. Why? That simple question led us [...]

StateImpact Idaho’s Top Ten Posts Of 2012

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The end of December is always a great time to reflect on the past year. That’s just what we’ve been doing at StateImpact Idaho. We looked back at some of the posts you clicked on and shared the most. We’ve created a top 10 countdown of our most popular posts from 2012, in raw numbers. [...]

Essential StateImpact: Top Five Posts Of The Week

This flag was on display at White Pine Elementary in Boise on Election Day.

It’s been quite a week. The big story here at StateImpact Idaho has been voters’ rejection of Students Come First, the three-part education overhaul approved by the Legislature in 2011.  All of our must-read stories are about Propositions 1, 2 and 3 and the fallout of Idahoans’ powerful “no” votes.  In this list, we have [...]

Essential StateImpact: Top Five Posts Of The Week

The fiscal cliff jack-o'-lantern, proudly displayed by the Ritter Saunders household this week.

There’s been a lot to follow in this last busy week before Election Day.  Be sure not to miss our most-read stories of the week: Propositions 1, 2, 3: What Happens If Voters Overturn Idaho’s Education Laws? Why NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg Gave $200,000 To Support Idaho’s Education Reform Laws NYC’s Mayor Bloomberg, Albertsons’ Heir [...]

Essential StateImpact: Top Five Posts Of The Week (According To You)

Here’s a look back at the five most-read posts of the week.  Take a look, share with your friends, and let us know what you think! Props 1, 2, And 3: Voter’s Guide To Idaho’s Controversial Education Laws Idaho Democrat Nicole LeFavour Works Toward A Congressional Upset Southwest Airlines Drops Direct Boise To Portland Flight [...]

Essential StateImpact: Top Five Posts Of The Week

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Here’s a look back at the five most-read posts last week.  Take a look, and let us know what you think. Props 1, 2, And 3: Voter’s Guide To Idaho’s Controversial Education Laws Thousands Of Idahoans Lose Unemployment Benefits As Federal Program Expires From Idaho’s Liberal Stronghold Come Diverse Views Of November Election Idaho’s Energy [...]

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