Tagged: Shawn Keough

22 Years

By Cameron Rasmusson
Reader Staff

Both relief and poignancy define Shawn Keough’s final year as District 1 Idaho state senator.

Relief comes at the thought that she isn’t facing a …

RINO: A new species of voter

By Lyndsie Kiebert
Reader Staff Writer

Long-time Hope resident Mark Heisel is a registered Republican.

While he holds economic and social beliefs that may traditionally fall on the bluer end …

Memories of Cecil Andrus

By Cameron Rasmusson
Reader Staff

Cecil Andrus, Idaho’s longest-serving governor and former U.S. secretary of the interior, passed away last week. We asked several local residents about their memories and

Ahrens enters senate race

By Cameron Rasmusson
Reader Staff

The race for the District 1 Idaho Senate seat is shaping up with Colburn Precinct Committeeman and Legislative District One Republican Chairman Danielle Ahrens declaring …

Keough to retire in 2018

By Cameron Rasmusson
Reader Staff

After a political career of more than two decades, District 1 Sen. Shawn Keough, R-Sandpoint, this week announced plans to retire from the Legislature in …

A Legislative Update

By Ben Olson
Reader Staff

By all accounts, the 2017 legislative session got off to a bumpy start. Lobbyists, reporters and lawmakers alike have acknowledged this session has had a …

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