- Holly Beech is the assistant editor of the Idaho Press. She started with the paper in 2011 out of college, covering business before helping launch the Meridian Press weekly paper. Holly graduated from Northwest Nazarene University, where she studied journalism and Spanish. She loves most anything outdoors (Boise foothills are the best) and traveling.
- Bradley Guire fritters his life away playing with his dogs and watching Alabama football, Cubs baseball, superhero movies and shows and Doctor Who. In his spare time he is the News and Design Chief for the Idaho Press. He has worked as a reporter, editor, columnist, designer and general problem solver for newspapers since 2002.
- Jeanne Huff is a journalist, writer and poet. She has written business, technology and, most recently, feature stories and has done stints at Idaho Statesman and Idaho Business Review before coming on board at the Idaho Press. She loves to hear about people, places and things in the Treasure Valley and can't wait to see what happens next.
- Greg Lee is sports editor of a four-man staff. He oversees writers covering Boise State athletics, small college athletes and Treasure Valley high school athletics. He spent more than 33 years at The Spokesman-Review covering high school and college sports before joining the Idaho Press.
Digital First Editor
- Ashley is the Digital First editor for the Idaho Press. An Idaho native, Ashley is an alum of both the College of Idaho and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She previously worked at the Boise Weekly, WILL Radio, Smile Politely, and The Cabin literary arts center. When not writing, she can be found picking fights on Star Trek fan forums and listening to true crime podcasts.
- B.J. Rains has covered Boise State athletics for the Idaho Press since 2013 and was named the NSMA Idaho Sportswriter of the Year in 2017 and 2018. He is a voter in the Associated Press Top 25 Men’s Basketball Poll and contributes to KBOI-TV as a Boise State insider. He also makes weekly appearances on KTIK radio.
- Brandon Walton was never really good at sports, but writing about them, is a whole different matter. He is in the middle of his fourth season as the Idaho Press' preps beat writer. Brandon got his start at the Boise Student newspaper, The Arbiter. His first job out of college was at his hometown newspaper, The Argus Observer, before coming to the Idaho Press in Feb. 2016. He's since gone on to become a multi-time Idaho Press Club Award winner.
- Betsy Z. Russell is the Boise bureau chief and state government and politics reporter for the Idaho Press, and writes the “Eye on Boise” blog (and has since 2004). She is the current president of the Idaho Press Club and is also president and a founding board member of Idahoans for Openness in Government (IDOG). She is a graduate of the University of California-Berkeley and holds a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University. She previously worked for nearly 27 years for The Spokesman-Review. She is married with two children and is an avid skier and windsurfer.
- Emily Lowe is the public safety reporter for Canyon County. When she is not writing about crime or hanging around the courthouse, she loves to pet dogs, eat food or enjoy the outdoors. Emily was born and raised in the Treasure Valley. Some people groan when they learn she is a University of Idaho graduate, but she is a proud Vandal.
- Erin Bamer is the city of Nampa reporter. She started at the Idaho Press in May 2017 after graduating from the University of Idaho with a degree in journalism and communications. In her free time, Erin enjoys spending time with her family and exploring as much of Idaho as she can.
- Margaret Carmel covers Boise city government, housing and development in the City of Trees. She graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with an undergraduate degree in broadcast journalism with minors in international social justice and Middle Eastern studies in May 2016. Prior to coming to Idaho she worked for The News & Advance in Lynchburg, Virginia covering business, two rural county governments and eventually Lynchburg City Hall. Her favorite past times include playing the banjo badly, reading and singing along to ‘70s music in the car.
- Patty Bowen is the Meridian Press reporter. She graduated from Boise State University with a degree in English: Creative Writing in 2017 and during her four years in college, she worked as the culture editor, managing editor and editor-in-chief for The Arbiter, Boise State's student newspaper. She is also passionate about photography, poetry, comic books, literature and contemporary art.
- Tommy Simmons covers public safety and courts in Ada County. He graduated from the University of Northern Colorado in May 2016 with degrees in journalism and criminal justice. After that he covered public safety and courts for the Greeley Tribune in Greeley, Colorado. He started working for the Idaho Press in May 2018. Outside work he enjoys hiking and tracking down obscure metal bands to see live.