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On The Monday, March 25, 2019 Edition Of Idaho Matters

  • Treasure Valley school districts look to free, full day, five day kindergarten.
  • Boise Co-op hires first CEO.
  • Stinker Stores promote locally sourced products.
  • INL Cyber Security Division keeping an eye on radical bytes.

- The Nampa School District recently announced they will provided tuition free, full day, five day kindergarten for residents of that district. Idaho Matters talks with the Boise district about upcoming kindergarten expansion plans and the Association for the Education of Young People about the role kindergarten plays in early childhood development and families economies.

- The Boise Co-op hired it's first-ever CEO earlier this month. Michelle Andersen will oversee a staff of more than 200 and on Monday, she joins Idaho Matters to talk about the future of this Treasure Valley institution.

- Idaho Matters talks with the Stinker Store convenience store chain about stocking Idaho products.

- In addition to being one of the nation's leading nuclear research facilities, Idaho National Laboratory has emerged as the tip of the spear for national and global cyber security. On Monday's Idaho Matters, we talk with the cyber security division's director about the cyber threats faced by Americans today and how we are being protected online.

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