Idaho’s next Subgroup eligible for COVID-19 vaccine will start Monday, Feb. 1, and includes adults 65 years of age and older. Enrolled vaccine providers across Central District Health (CDH) and Southwest District Health’s (SWDH) combined 10 counties are beginning to accept appointments given Governor Little’s announcement, today, announcing movement to Subgroup 2.2 of the state’s prioritization plan. [read more]

MOUNTAIN HOME AIR FORCE BASE, Idaho – Between September 1-4, and 8-11, Mountain Home Air Force Base will be conducting training approximately 30 miles, south-southeast of Bruneau through the general Bruneau and base area. Devices in that area that rely on GPS may malfunction at times between 9 a.m-5:30 p.m. on these dates. [read more]

Keeping in line with the State of Idaho, the City of Mountain Home will formally adopt the 2018 updates to the following building codes currently in use by both the state and city. The changes will become effective for all permits drawn from the City of Mountain Home Building Department no later than midnight, December 31, 2020. [read more]

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 20, 2020 Included below is information on the only public event on Governor Brad Little’s calendar at this time for the week of March 23-27. TUESDAY, March 24, 2020 Governor Little will host a statewide AARP telephone town hall to provide information and answer questions regarding coronavirus in Idaho. The hour-long conversation begins at 12 p.m. MST. Anyone can participate. Participants can join by dialing toll-free 866-767-0637 or register in advance by visiting The conversation will also be streaming at # # # NEWS MEDIA CONTACT: Marissa Morrison Hyer, Press Secretary 208-943-1686 or [read more]

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