Budget hearings start in JFAC today, with state treasurer's office up first Posted by Betsy Jan 14, 2021
Idaho State Treasurer Julie Ellsworth is up for her budget hearing before JFAC this morning, the first budget hearing the joint panel is holding this year. “I love being the treasurer,” she told the lawmakers, after running through the duties and operations of the office. “I think that we are very efficient in our use.”
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Judith B. Eighmy and others honored by Idaho Women Veterans Medallion
By JULIE A. ELLSWORTH | Guest columnist Dec 29, 2020 Post Register
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Len Crosby honored.
Len Crosby, member of the Treasurer's Investment Advisory Board and the Treasurer's Credit Rating Enhancement Committee was honored for his service during Vietnam.
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Idaho Sees 81.2% of Registered Voters Turnout For 2020 General Election, Over Half Were Early or Absentee Ballots
BOISE - Idaho Secretary of State Lawerence Denney, along with the other members of Idaho’s State Board of Canvassers, Idaho State Controller Brandon Woolf, and Idaho State Treasurer Julie Ellsworth conducted the official state canvass for the 2020 General Election. The canvass of votes is the official accounting of every ballot cast to ensure every legal vote is counted.
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Employees can now integrate IDeal 529 savings accounts into their benefits.
Employers, increase loyalty with your employees while building a more educated workforce by integrating IDeal into your benefits. There are several options and we make it easy. https://bit.ly/381wq80
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Celebrating Idaho's Women Veterans
“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the blood stream. It must be fought for, protected and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset telling our children and our children’s children what is was like in the United States where men were free.” These true words were spoken by President Ronald Reagan to honor and support the legacy of our veterans.
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Local News 8: Refinancing Saves Taxpayers Millions
Idaho State Treasurer Julie Ellsworth says refinancing efforts by the Idaho Bond Bank Authority (IBBA) will save taxpayers $9.3 million. The IBBA closed a bond issue to refinance outstanding loans that was intended to lower future debt service costs.
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Treasurer Ellsworth Announces a $9.3 Million Savings for Idaho Taxpayers
Idaho Bond Bank Authority finalizes refinancing efforts. The IBBA successfully closed a bond issue comprised of $20,900,000 of tax-exempt bonds and $23,265,000 of taxable bonds to refinance outstanding loans on behalf of IBBA’s current taxpayer borrowers in order to lower future debt service costs.   The IBBA bonds again received an Aa1 rating from Moody’s this year.
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2020 Medallion honors Idaho's women
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBVbOcqvDrw
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Idaho Women Veterans Honored with New State Medallion
NAMPA — In a moving ceremony that spilled over into grateful tears for some family members, five women veterans from Idaho were memorialized on a limited-edition silver medallion revealed Monday at the Warhawk Air Museum. "We're here to pay tribute to five incredible women," Warhawk co-founder Sue Paul said. "I was lucky enough to know three of them." The honorees on the medallion include Army Spc. Carrie French from Caldwell, who at 19 years old in 2005 became the fir...
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