President’s Column: No sunshine for the March 2nd presidential caucus

Clark Corbin of the Idaho Capital Sun put out a story earlier this week about the Idaho Republican Party's decision to disallow media coverage from inside caucus locations on March 2. 

I'm disappointed that the party is conducting this high-interest event in secret, … [Read more...]

Anchors away: Boise TV station overhauls newscasts with focus on ‘neighborhood reporters’

By Don Day

NOTE: This column first appeared on BoiseDev, November 16, 2023; it is reprinted here by permission.

For decades, getting news about your local area meant one of two options: a printed newspaper delivered to your doorstep or watching a couple of nicely dressed folks read you information on your TV.

But the last 25 years have largely eroded both of those models as news shifts largely to digital consumption. In Boise, the Idaho Statesman recently stopped printing six days per week, … [Read more...]

Meet Your IPCNate Sunderland

Nate Sunderland is the managing editor for and new member of the Idaho Press Club board.

Interviewed by Melissa Davlin


I grew up in Cardston, Alberta, Canada. But I’ve lived in eastern Idaho for more than two decades now, and claim Idaho Falls as my home.  

Current job: 

I’m the co-founder and managing editor of East Idaho News in Idaho Falls. I’ve been … [Read more...]

Media Moves


Sarah Cutler joined the Idaho Statesman in Januaryas the City of Boise reporter. She earned a master's degree from Columbia and most recently was a fellow at PBS NewsHour.


Meteorologist Jim Duthie retired after 25 years forecasting in the Treasure Valley.

Rachel Garceau joined the Wake Up Idaho team.

Hector Mendoza has been promoted from a multi-skilled journalist to MSJ for Wake Up Idaho/weather anchor. He continues to serve our Spanish-speaking … [Read more...]