information sessions draw capacity crowds
Interest by state employees
in the transition to a new health insurance provider,
effective July 1, strained facilities during the first
week of statewide meetings and prompted the Office
of Insurance Management (OIM) to add another session
in Boise Tuesday.
enrollment for insurance plan begins Monday
to be featured at youth academy
Group Insurance Office of the Department of Administration
recently announced that Blue Cross will have an online
form available to help state employees complete the
new enrollment process. Open enrollment begins Monday
and concludes May 28.
and test pilot Joe Edwards this summer will give teens
a firsthand account of how it feels to launch into space
and test fighter jets. Edwards will be featured at the
Aviation Career Education (ACE) Academy, June 28-30,
sponsored by the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD)
Division of Aeronautics.
will gas prices impact driving decisions?
Concern about stampeding
pump prices is rising faster than disdain for the
Bush-Kerry presidential battle and fears over the
war in Iraq. Motorists express a feeling of helplessness
when they watch posted gas prices jerk upward three
or four clicks at a time.
to greet U.S. 12 drivers who cross the line
strips, which have proven effective in reducing automobile
crashes by alerting drivers when their vehicle drifts
out of the traffic lane, will begin appearing next week
in an unfamiliar place on the centerline of U.S.
12 curves between Lewiston and Kamiah.
signs direct public to ITD meetings
do you attract the public to a corridor study meeting
or a public hearing? In addition to flyers and personal
visits, commuters traveling Chinden Boulevard in Garden
City last week were provided another form of notification
about two public open houses for an upcoming repaving
to begin on historic Rainbow Bridge
55 traffic will be restricted to one lane on Rainbow
Bridge beginning Monday, May 3 while crews conduct
a bridge inspection.
Easter coloring contest winners
DMV celebrates Cinco de Mayo early at
to the ITD Intranet Main Page
Transporter is updated on Fridays
suggestions or story ideas may be directed to:
Coulter, ITD Public Affairs
bill extended 2 more months
unable to agree on key points of new bill
bid farewell to Olds friends
would muffle rolling concert halls
for congestion might be looking up
will grant brief reprieve to taxpayers
to Louisiana? Be ready to accelerate
law on road to repeal in Missouri
driving can offset rising gas prices
asked to keep Oregon highways dry
announces funds for valley systems
is the time to stop noxious weed advance
wants steamboat owners to weigh anchor
prices may slow Idaho recovery