Idaho Statesman

The Idaho Statesman has been the Treasure Valley’s news source for 156 years. Our core mission hasn’t changed much over the years: provide local, essential reporting that informs our readers about what is happening in the world around them. We aim to arm policy makers and community members alike with exclusive, fact-based reporting, data, context

Kyle Pfannenstiel

Kyle Pfannenstiel is a reporter for the Post Register in Idaho Falls, Idaho, covering rural healthcare. The Register covers the eastern part of the state as well as parts of Montana and Wyoming. Pfannenstiel began his reporting career at University of Idaho’s student newspaper, The Argonaut. Soon after, he covered the Idaho State Legislature as

Post Register

The Post Register covers 10 counties in eastern Idaho with some additional coverage in western Wyoming and southwestern Montana. The land mass is equivalent to size of the state of West Virginia. Four sister weekly newspapers also operate within our coverage area and we share content with them. The Post Register traces its roots to

Megan Taros

Megan began at a small community newspaper in Los Angeles while attending community college. She continued this work at SFBay in San Francisco, Latin Times in New York and Patch in New Jersey. She has a B.A. in journalism from San Francisco State University and an M.S. from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism,

Times-News

The Times-News is award-winning news organization covering southern Idaho and surrounding areas. Publishing both in print and online, Times-News is dedicated to telling the stories of its eight-county coverage area. We’re dedicated to in-depth reporting, whether it’s about inequality in funding for local elementary schools, exploring the boom in yoga studios or following freshman legislators in

Boise State Public Radio

Boise State Public Radio serves two-thirds of the population of Idaho through a network of 18 transmitters and translators, primarily focused in southern Idaho. Boise State Public Radio is Idaho’s primary nonprofit, listener-supported NPR member station, serving both metropolitan and rural areas — from Boise to Twin Falls and McCall to Sun Valley. The organization’s

Rachel Cohen

Rachel worked as an editorial intern at New Hampshire Public Radio, where she produced local stories for broadcast on All Things Considered, and on NPR’s Science Desk, where she reported on food and health. In the last year, she also conducted pre-production research on immigration for the award-winning documentary team, Living on One. She also