The Federal Government’s top-down, heavy-handed disregard for local input and the constant pressure to submit to projects like the Lava Ridge Wind Energy Project is not how our public lands should be managed. And, like you, we firmly oppose the Lava Ridge Wind Energy Project and have from the start. More importantly, we will continue […]

The Lava Ridge Wind Energy Project is a large-scale renewable energy project across our beautiful valley that has many of us gravely concerned. I received good news that this week, the House will hear H.R. 4366-the 1050 page Consolidated Appropriations Act 2024. Our voices are being heard. First, a big thank you to Congressman Simpson […]

As a devout Republican, it pains me to reflect on the divisive legacy Dorothy Moon and her leadership team has etched in our Grand Ole Party. Once a party known for its unity and commitment to once conservative values — freedoms and liberties for all, fiscal accountability, support of science and data — we find […]

Idaho continues to be the least regulated state in the nation and the best place to do business. I might add, it is also the BEST place to raise a family. His Idaho Works plan lays out a solid plan to deploy “kitchen table economics”, balance our budget, and live within our means while investing […]

Women’s healthcare. We must create a safe environment to have a conversation about it and protect their rights to access contraceptives.  Last week, I joined former state representative Kelley Packer and attorney Tara Malek to roll out the Idaho Contraceptive Education Network. With this initiative, we aim to provide resources for the public on the […]

The Lava Ridge Wind Project is a contentious focal point of the Magic Valley, drawing attention to the intricate web of executive orders, legislative actions, and local concerns. Let it be clear — I do not support the Lava Ridge Wind Project. From the beginning, I have had grave concerns with conflicting Executive Orders out […]

As the least regulated state in the nation, Idaho continues to be the best place to call home. I am Laurie Lickley and today, I announce my candidacy for the Idaho Senate in LD26. As a small business owner, mom, and grandmother, I am a passionate advocate for creating an Idaho our children and grandchildren will be […]

Traditions that come with Thanksgiving pass from generation to generation. Most families choose the customary turkey with all the trimmings, some on the other hand, choose a nice prime rib or other protein. But what does not differ is the thanks we give to our farmers and ranchers who put food on our table.  As […]

Laurie Lickley, a former two-term House representative from Jerome who lost a 2022 bid for the Idaho Senate in District 26, will try again next year. Lickley went public with her 2024 candidacy in an email announcement, touting “deep” Idaho roots and pledging to use “problem solving, collaboration, cooperation, listening, and learning” to work for […]

July was named Idaho Beef Month for the twenty-second year. JEROME, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — For the twenty-second year, the month of July was named Idaho Beef Month. Winecup L. Cattle Co. in Jerome can trace their beef producing roots all the way back to 1908, 11 years before Jerome County was even incorporated. Today, Bill […]

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