INL seeks to inspire next STEM leaders

INL’s Multicultural Leaders in STEM Day will expose dozens of minority, first-generation, and/or under-served high school students to science, technology, engineering and math careers. In this March 2016 photo students visit EBR-I in the Computer-Assisted Virtual Environment (CAVE) in the Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES). Idaho National Laboratory

Idaho National Laboratory will host dozens of minority, first-generation, and/or underserved high school students from throughout southeast Idaho on Thursday at INL Multicultural Leaders in STEM Day.

Ambassador volunteers help provide patient care

J.C. Rushi, a volunteer part of the Ambassador program at East Idaho Regional Medical Center, checks supplies on Friday, March 23, 2018. "I enjoy the patients and helping people," said Rushi. Rushi has been a volunteer since August. John Roark/

Editor’s note: April 15-21 is National Volunteer Week. The Post Register is profiling several different volunteers during the course of the week.

Procrastinators rejoice: There’s still time to file taxes

In this Feb. 15 photo, Susan Prendergast, reference supervisor at the Eudora Welty Library, in Jackson, Miss., adds additional federal tax filing information booklets on a shelf. The tax deadline does typically fall on April 15 but that’s a Sunday this year and Monday is Emancipation Day, a Washington D.C. holiday. That means that taxpayers nationwide get a little breathing room and have until Tuesday, April 17, to get the job done. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis, File)

If you woke up in a panic Sunday realizing that it was April 15, relax. You’ve got until Tuesday to file and pay your taxes without facing a penalty.



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