A Twin Falls man is headed to prison for bank robbery after being sentenced in Twin Falls County’s 5th District Court yesterday. 28 year old Nicholas Sites was sentenced to 18 years in prison with the possibility of being paroled after serving 9 years.
(AP) The debate over the education reform plan for Idaho continues, moving now into the courtroom. A district judge is considering whether one of the "Students Come First" laws might be unconstitutional.
State School Superintendent Tom Luna has announced the names of those who will be serving on a 38 member technology task force. It's that task force that will decide on how to implement the technology initiatives in the Luna "Students Come First" education laws.
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