BOISE, Idaho — President Barack Obama is headed to Idaho for the first time since his campaign stop in 2008, where he could touch on anything from community colleges to tax reform depending on his Tuesday's State of the Union address.

Obama is scheduled to fly into Boise Wednesday, where he will be greeted by Lt. Gov. Brad Little, who is going on behalf of Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter while he's recovering from surgery.

Obama will then give a speech on the Boise State University campus.

The last time a sitting president visited Idaho was in 2005, when President George W. Bush visited Nampa and Tamarack Resort. President Bill Clinton stopped by the Gem State in 2000 to tour one of the dozen wildfires raging across 11 Western states.