Otter and entourage visit Firth for Capitol for a Day

Idaho’s Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter presents Mayor Vincent Winn Larson of Firth a certificate making Firth the ‘Capitol for a Day’ on Wednesday. Firth High School seniors listen to a question about water as they attended the afternoon session of ‘Capitol for a Day’ in Firth on Wednesday. Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter posed with fourth graders Cooper Park (on left) and Mack Park during the ‘Capitol for a Day’ in Firth on Wednesday. Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter responds to a question during ‘Capitol for a Day’ in Firth on Wednesday. McKadee Stolworthy posed a question about long haul truck driving to the Governor and his cabinet members during ‘Capitol for a Day’ in Firth on Wednesday.
Staff Writer

Idaho’s Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter, Lt. Gov. Brad Little and nine cabinet members attended Capitol for a Day in Firth on Wednesday.
Questions about taxes, school safety, arming trained teachers, long haul trucking and water were some of the issues discussed during this meeting.
In the afternoon, Firth High School seniors peppered Otter and his cabinet with questions about similar issues.
Accompanying Otter were Lt. Gov. Brad Little; Col Ked Wills, Idaho State Police; Celia Gould, Idaho Department of Ag; John Tippets, Idaho Department of Environmental Quality; Gary Spackman, Idaho Department of Water Resources; Janet Moyle, Idaho State Tax Commission; Virgil Moore, Idaho Fish and Game; Dustin Miller, Office of Species Conservation and Bobbi-Jo Meuleman, Idaho Department of Commerce.
For the full story, see it in the Thursday, March 1, edition of the Morning News.