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College of Southern Idaho preps to launch new website

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The project has lasted nearly two years and the site is set to launch in January.

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The project has lasted nearly two years and the site is set to launch in January.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12503/7205654?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Fri, 08 Dec 2017 00:04:11 +0000 College of Southern Idaho preps to launch new website The project has lasted nearly two years and the site is set to launch in January. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12503/7205654?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KMVT CBS 11 forth to boise from the va hospital, so again what we're trying to accomplished here with our veterans is a one a one-stops shop so they can come here and get a lot of services they might require." 2 the new service is the latest action to help at least 7,000 veterans in twin falls county. 2 college of southern idaho students and employees will soon have a new website to work off of... 2 2 workers like these have been building the new site for more than a year... 2 starting on january second the site will replace the current public website as well as the student and employee portals... 2 the whole website will be down the last couple of days of december as they install it... 2 the new website aims at making things easier to use and more secure for students and employees... 2 it also is intended to be more web friendly.... 2 "we've really spent a lot of effort tying to make sure that as much of the content as we will be rolling out that it's mobile friendly." 2 the college plans to build off this website for more tech improvements... 2 they say the site will look and feel a lot different and hopefully more personable... 2 in the months that the site has been in progress people at all levels of the university have been working to make sure it 2 joe>> uncontrollable wildfires are still raging in california... where more than 200-thousand people have been forced to flee their homes. strong winds expanded the size and scope of the largest fire... pushing up the number of structures





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