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PNS Daily Newscast - May 23, 2019 


Unsealed warrants show more than 1,000 phone and text contacts between Michael Cohen and a Russian business post-Election Day. Also on our Thursday rundown: More teachers moonlight due to low wages. Plus, get ready for Great Lakes Restoration phase three.

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Public News Service - ID: Early Childhood Education

Boise, ID – Mind your manners, just like you mind your teachers, and say "thank you." From a simple "thanks" to a giant card, students and parents in Idaho and across the country are being encouraged to let teachers know how much they are appreciated. Today is "National Teacher Day," and Idaho

Boise, ID – It's all about the kids this week in Idaho. Gov. Butch Otter signs a proclamation this morning designating April 14-20 the "Week of the Young Child." The focus is on childhood development, both physical and emotional, and on those who take care of the state's youngest citizens, whe

Boise, ID – Idaho businesses are taking a hard look at a topic that's been hard for the Idaho Legislature to tackle: establishing state-sponsored, quality early childhood education programs. Company leaders are putting together a position paper on what they see as the importance of helping kid

Boise, ID – Put up a sign and anyone can be in the child care business in Idaho. The state is still one of just a few with no health and safety requirements for day care providers or early childhood education programs. This week, a legislative task force is reviewing the situation. Plans to

Boise, ID – A little mouse is making a lot of noise in many public libraries across the state this week. The best-selling kids series featuring a mouse who is a newspaper reporter is being showcased in many libraries to encourage families to read together. Ann Hankins with the Kuna District Li

Boise, ID – School attendance roll call may include some extra names this week. That's because it is "American Education Week" and Idaho parents are being encouraged to visit their children's public schools and get involved. Idaho Education Association President Sherri Wood says kids do better

Boise, ID - All of the presents may have been unwrapped, but there's still one more "gift" for Idaho kids over holiday break. Idaho First Lady Vicki Risch says parents should read at least one book to their children, especially the youngest ones, over the holiday break. She explains that there is a

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