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Michigan's key COVID-19 statistic was wrong; blame IdahoThe percentage of tests yielding positive results in Michigan — a key statistic in tracking the virus — was rising and had reached 3.7% during that past week, Khaldun said.

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Missing man found dead near US Highway 20IDAHO FALLS  Police have found the body of a Rigby man who crashed while trying to get on US Highway 20 nearly two weeks ago.

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Schools receive $55 million from Idaho Lottery dividendThose scratch tickets have sure added up for Idaho schools. On Wednesday, the Idaho Lottery announced it has given Idaho schools just over $55 million for this year's lottery dividend.

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This Coeur d'Alene lakefront mansion is the most expensive home in Idaho and it's up for saleThe fully furnished, 8,731 square-foot, waterfront home is listed at $27 million and sits on more than 700 feet of sandy beach frontage on Mica Bay.

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Chubbuck School District 25 starting school year with 'soft opening'POCATELLO  As the school year quickly approaches and COVID-19 rates continue to climb, the Pocatello / Chubbuck School District 25 Board of Trustees says it is focusing on ways to keep students and staff safe.

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New Idaho Falls venue aims to give young music lovers a place to safely party and createServant's Heart opened recently at 1501 Northgate Mile in Idaho Falls. The venue includes a dance floor, a stage and a recording studio.

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All of Idaho's 44 counties now reporting COVID-19The coronavirus pandemic has now reached every corner of Idaho. On Wednesday, the state's coronavirus tracking website reported Lewis County as having its first case.

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Idaho projected to see $405 million surplus amid pandemicIdaho could be on track to finish the fiscal year with $405 million in surplus tax revenue in spite of the pandemic's economic toll if a new forecast holds true.

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Idaho Falls man arrested for Walmart burglaryIdaho Falls Police officers were called to Walmart on 500 S Utah for reports of a burglary in process Sunday shortly before 4 p.m.

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BYU-Idaho Radio Headlines for August 12, 2020Today's News: A wildfire is burning along the Idaho / Montana border. Idaho Falls School District 91 is holding a public forum to decide school reopening protocols.

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Should school open in person, online or a hybrid of the two?Visit the post for more.

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538 new Idaho COVID-19 cases WednesdayIdaho officials reported 538 new COVID-19 cases and zero new deaths on Wednesday.

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Photo gallery: A look at the new Costco in Idaho FallsIDAHO FALLS  Customers throughout eastern Idaho are eagerly awaiting the opening of Costco on the corner of Hitt and Lincoln Road in Idaho Falls.

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Biz Buzz: Costco opens this Friday in Idaho Falls, and here's a look insideDo you want to know what's happening in the eastern Idaho business scene? We've got you covered.

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Woman crashes at high speeds after fleeing from deputiesThe following is a news release from the Idaho State Police. POCATELLO On August 12, 2020, at approximately 12:30 p.m., Idaho State Police investigated a crash in Pocatello.

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Wildland firefighter in Idaho tests positive for coronavirusA wildland firefighter who was working with about 270 other people on a small fire in Idaho has tested positive for coronavirus, officials said Wednesday.

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Inmate population testing positive for COVID-19Bonneville County Sheriff Paul Wilde says an inmate showed symptoms of COVID-19 last week. He was isolated and tested.

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Pay It Forward: Steps To JoyThis public charity is licensed to provide social services with a bit of Bible study to aid in recovery.

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Idaho's first national cemetery dedicated in BuhlBUHL — Burial services are now available to veterans and their families in the Magic Valley as part of an initiative by the federal government to improve cemetery access in rural areas.

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34 new COVID-19 cases in Southeastern IdahoSoutheastern Idaho Public Health has 34 new confirmed cases of COVID-19.

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Almost every inmate in one Bonneville County Jail pod tests positive for COVID-19Bonneville County Sheriff Paul J. Wilde made the announcement Wednesday at a news conference. Wilde says last week, an inmate wasnt feeling well and asked to be tested.

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15-year-old boy is carving wooden flags to support 'forgotten heroes,' like veterans and first responders, during the pandemicCNN)  A 15-year-old boy has raised over $13,000 in donations for homeless veterans, special needs children, and first responders by selling and donating wooden flags he carves himself.

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Giant Idaho forest project on hold again after court rulingA giant Idaho forest project favored by some environmental groups but decried by others is on hold again following a federal court ruling.

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Effort to recall Idaho Gov. Little fails as organizers don't submit necessary signaturesThe effort by some Idahoans to recall Gov. Brad Little after he issued a stay-home order in March in response to the coronavirus pandemic was unsuccessful.

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Fire near Montana-Idaho border increases to 1,500 acresA Bear Creek fire burning near the Montana-Idaho border is estimated to be approximately 1,500 acres Wednesday morning.

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302 citations written during extra focus on seat belt enforcementBetween July 25 and August 7, ISP troopers wrote 302 citations to motorists found not wearing a seat belt.

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Giant Idaho forest project on hold again after court rulingBOISE, Idaho — A giant Idaho forest project favored by some environmental groups but decried by others is on hold again following a federal court ruling.

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STUDY: Idaho Ranked Overall As The Best State In The WestData is a funny thing because you can take the parts you like, that apply to you, or that make you look better, and portray it as the full information.

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Key to finding Utah mom missing more than 10 years could be in Idaho, journalist saysThats according to Dave Cawley, a journalist who spent years researching the disappearance of Susan Powell.

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How seniors can stay cool during summer heatSummer heat can get to us all, but especially the seniors in our community.

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Legislature's Ed Working Group cancels final meetingBOISE  Thursdays planned meeting of the Legislatures Education Working Group has been canceled, and it wont be rescheduled.

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Teacher bonus announcements delayedHundreds of Idaho teachers will have to wait another month to find out if they earned $4,000 financial rewards.

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Critics urge Utah cities to leave Idaho nuclear power projectThis Nov. 29, 2018 file photo shows the Transient Test Reactor at the Idaho National Laboratory about 50 miles west of Idaho Falls, in eastern Idaho.

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Idaho's HCA-owned hospitals offer no-cost telenurse callsEastern Idaho Regional Medical Center. File photo. Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center and West Valley Medical Center both announced on Aug.

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Idaho Doctors BlastTuesday, Idaho's Central District Health Department board voted to limit social gatherings to 10 people in Ada County and mandated masks in Valley County.

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Hearing for Idaho Falls School District 91A hearing to discuss back to school plans for Idaho Falls School District 91 is open to the public August 12.

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Sam Nieslanik joins Mountain Waterworks as staff engineerSam Nieslanik Sam Nieslanik has joined Mountain Waterworks' corporate office in Boise as a staff engineer, where he will provide technical support to senior and mid-level engineering staff, perform on-site evaluations and field work studies and assist with water and wastewater facility planning.

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Idaho's first National Cemetery in BuhlNow that the first stage has ended, the cemetery will provide 900 hundred casket and cremation spaces to accommodate burials.

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COVID-19 Might Have Just Killed The School Snow Day ForeverMaybe one of the biggest eye openers of this pandemic was that our kids could do school from home anytime, if needed.

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Middleton wants to write its own reopening metricsTrustees also postponed the start of school by three weeks. In other news, more counties are under mask mandates.

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Another record for Boise-area home sales; median price nears $400,000If it seems like we're a broken record on broken records - we are. The real estate market in Ada County again hit a new all-time high in July, with the median price of a home in the market hitting $390,000.

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Idaho State Police troopers write 302 seatbelt citations in 13 daysIDAHO — In a recent focus on seatbelt education and enforcement, Idaho State Police partnered with law enforcement throughout the state.

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Cancellation of Trailing of the Sheep could dent Ketchum, ID economyThe annual Sun Valley event the Trailing of the Sheep Festival brings in thousands of tourists.

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302 Citations Written During Idaho Troopers Focus on Seat BeltsThe Idaho State Police joined law enforcement partners throughout the state in a recent focus on seat belt education and enforcement.

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Idaho family reaches settlement in cyanide bomb lawsuitPOCATELLO, Idaho — The federal government has admitted negligence and agreed to pay an Idaho family nearly $40,000 to resolve a lawsuit after an M-44 "cyanide bomb" placed near the family's home exploded, killing the family's dog and spewing poison on a 14-year-old boy.

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Boise Philharmonic Using Creative Solutions To Adapt To PandemicLike every arts organization, the Boise Philharmonic had to adjust much of their programming in response to the coronavirus pandemic in March.

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Effort to recall Idaho Gov. Little failsIdaho Statesman)  The effort by some Idahoans to recall Gov. Brad Little after he issued a stay-home order in March in response to the coronavirus pandemic was unsuccessful.

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Idaho Lottery pays $55.5 million dividend to public schoolsBOISE, Idaho — The Idaho Lottery has announced a $55,500,000 dividend back to Idahoans. Since the lottery began in July 1989, it has returned $961.5 million, including this year's dividend.

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New tour showcases Boise's Ribbon of Jewel's parksStudents from OneStone didn't let the pandemic stop them from celebrating their annual Empow Summit.

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Family asking for help finding man missing for 11 daysRIGBY  A Rigby man has been missing for 11 days, and family members are trying to locate him.

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Lottery returns $55,500,000 to Idaho public schoolsOn behalf of the Idaho Lottery Commission, it is my great pleasure to present a dividend of $55.5 million to Governor Brad Little, Superintendent of Public Instruction Sheri Ybarra, the Chairman of the Permanent Building Fund Advisory Council Dee Jameson, and the People of Idaho, ” Idaho Lottery Commission Chairman Craig Corbett said. "We...

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Leads for the Week ending 8.28Business Leads State Tax Liens State Tax Releases Federal Tax Liens and Releases Construction Leads Boise Caldwell Coeur d'Alene Eagle Kuna Meridian Nampa.

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US Gold adds Idaho project to portfolio, shares upShares of US Gold surged 12.8% on Wednesday following the latest acquisition.

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Leads for the Week ending 8.14Business Leads State Tax Liens State Tax Releases Federal Tax Liens and Releases Construction Leads Boise Caldwell Coeur d'Alene Eagle Kuna Meridian Nampa.

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Idaho Craft Beers Need Some RespectI believe the people behind the rankings don't pay many visits to Idaho, although. It would appear the rankings are based more on sales than taste.

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Leads for the Week ending 8.7Business Leads State Tax Liens State Tax Releases Federal Tax Liens and Releases Construction Leads Boise Caldwell Coeur d'Alene Eagle Kuna Meridian Nampa.

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Leads for the Week ending 8.21Business Leads State Tax Liens State Tax Releases Federal Tax Liens and Releases Construction Leads Boise Caldwell Coeur d'Alene Eagle Kuna Meridian Nampa.

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Econnmerce, clothing, RVs and more: Dozens of Idaho businesses hit 'fastest-growing' listInc. Magazine released its lists of the top 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in the country.

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Giant Idaho forest project on hold again after court rulingA giant Idaho forest project favored by some environmental groups but decried by others is on hold again following a federal court ruling.

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WATCH: Yellowstone issues warning with video about how aggressive bison might be right nowMOOSE, Wyoming  Beware of the bison  especially this time of year. Thats the message from Yellowstone National Park and if you want proof that the gentle-looking animals can be aggressive, look no further than the video above.

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22 Million Ketchum Home Comes With A $95,000 A Month PaymentHaving a river run through your backyard is a nice luxury to have. I would probably never venture outside the gates of this home were it mine.

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Forest fire along the IdahoSALMON  Officials say a forest fire near the Idaho / Montana border has proven unsafe and difficult over the past 24 hours.

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Opinion: Truths Media Ignores About Covid-19It comes with a warning from YouTube, however. One of America's most respected news executives sent it to me and he calls what we're seeing classic psyops.

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Fishing participation increasing in Idaho; how it can benefit your mental healthIDAHO — Like a lot of other outdoor activities fishing participation in Idaho is on the rise during the pandemic.

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Sockeye salmon return to central Idaho, numbers still lowNAMPA, Idaho — Wildlife experts have reported more than a dozen sockeye salmon returned to Redfish Lake in central Idaho after reporting a record-low number of salmon last year.

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Idaho projected to see $405 million surplus amid pandemicBOISE, Idaho — Idaho could be on track to finish the fiscal year with $405 million in surplus tax revenue in spite of the pandemic’s economic toll if a new forecast holds true.

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Idaho State-Civic Symphony to offer free online performancesAfter months of planning during the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, the Idaho State-Civic Symphony is announcing a free, fully online fall 2020 season "Metamorphosis."

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Pop-up clinic in Rexburg offering free medical services to patients this monthThe following is a news release from Remote Area Medical. REXBURG  Remote Area Medical, a major nonprofit provider of pop-up clinics delivering free medical care to underinsured and uninsured individuals, is bringing an appointment-only clinic to Rexburg Aug.

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Gantry Secures Financing for Idaho CommunityPrincipal Demetri Koston and Associate Joyce Chen arranged the 12-year Fannie Mae refinancing.

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Freddy's Frozen Custard and Steakburgers to reopen Boise, ID restaurantFreddy's Frozen Custard and Steakburgers opened a store on Broadway Ave. in Boise. Less than two years later, shut it down.

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Tammie Bagley DevotionalTammie Bagley gave a BYU-Idaho Devotional address on August 4, 2020, about listening to the promptings of the Holy Ghost.

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Idaho Ballot Initiative Lawsuit Continues Despite Campaign Calling It "Moot"Oral arguments are still scheduled Thursday before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in a case involving an Idaho ballot initiative to boost education funding, despite the campaign saying there's no point.

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Choose to Live Happily Ever AfterRobert Stewart spoke in the BYU-Idaho Devotional on August 11, 2020, about steps you can take to live happily ever after.

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Idaho projected to see $405 million surplus amid pandemicBOISE, Idaho — Idaho could be on track to finish the fiscal year with $405 million in surplus tax revenue in spite of the pandemic's economic toll if a new forecast holds true.

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Idaho Bridge Slid Into PlaceLast month, construction crews managed to slide the first of two new bridges at the Blacks Creek Interchange on Interstate 84 into place.

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Meat prices are finally falling a€” except for hot dogsCNN)  Americans finally got some relief in the grocery store last month as prices fell.

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Investigators say man threatened to kill woman if she reported rapeBLACKFOOT  Investigators in Blackfoot say an Idaho Falls man brutally raped a woman he had met on a social media app.

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A health district just mandated masks in one Idaho county, limited gatherings in anotherThe Central District Health Board of Health voted 4-2 on Tuesday to mandate that masks be worn in Valley County to help stem the spread of the coronavirus.

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Dr Pepper is the latest pandemic shortageCNN)  Add Dr Pepper to the list of pandemic-induced shortages. Like toilet paper before it, the popular soda is widely unavailable in some parts of the US.

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Southern Idaho Weather ForecastHot temperatures are going to dominate the region early next week, as highs in the Magic Valley and Mini-Cassia Region will likely be in the middle to upper 90s, while the Wood River Valley will be in the lower 90s.

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Utah plane crash survivors share their miracle in the sky storyMOUNTAIN HOME, Utah  A small plane carrying six people crashed near Moon Lake in Duchesne County on Friday, and miraculously, everyone survived.

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Morning Headlines for August 12, 2020Grand Teton National Park rangers rescued a climber after he fell in an icy crevasse, Lori Vallow Daybell will have her arraignment on felony charges on Aug.

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Fred Meyer recalls cheese dips due to possible Salmonella contaminationIDAHO FALLS  Fred Meyer is recalling cheese dips sold in delis that may have been contaminated with Salmonella.

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Two Women Walked Away from Boise Correctional FacilityBOISE, Idaho -Idaho corrections officials are searching for two women who walked away from a correctional facility in Boise Tuesday evening.

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Wake Up, Bronco Nation: Going rogue? ; ICYMI recapHave you seen Mount Rushmore before it was carved? It was unprecedented. Could teams go rogue and play despite conference cancellations?

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Thor Swensson joins Shadow Trackers as director of business developmentSwensson has had a successful career in sales and business development and most recently worked for the United Way of Cascade County in Great Falls, Montana.

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Fall semester is looming. So, how many students will come to campus?College and university leaders simply don't know as they wrestle with complicated health and safety issues during a pandemic.

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Push to close gyms due to COVID-19 doesn't work outAn Axiom customer working out. Photo courtesy of Axiom Fitness In response to the current surge of COVID-19 cases, the Central Health District of Idaho briefly discussed closing Ada County gyms at its Aug.

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Small business helps Idaho recover from COVID-19 recessionNorris Krueger When economies recover from a recession, who is the "culprit"? Here's a clue: In June, U.S. small businesses added nearly 1 million jobs.

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Saltzer Health opens Caldwell clinic, with four more comingThe Saltzer Urgent Care Clinic in downtown Caldwell. Photo courtesy of Saltzer Health Saltzer Health is growing more clinics in the growing Treasure Valley.

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Sockeye salmon return to central Idaho, numbers still lowNAMPA, Idaho — Wildlife experts have reported more than a dozen sockeye salmon returned to Redfish Lake in central Idaho after reporting a record-low number of salmon last year.

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Mini Book Review: "Educated"As I am an avid reader, and love to talk about books, Ive decided to start a little thread of mini book reviews.

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Idaho goat 'Mr Mayhem' becomes unlikely paddleboarderMr Mayhem has taken 20 trips on the water and only fallen in twice.

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Call The Midwife: At-Home Births Increase In Idaho Due To PandemicAcross the country many expectant mothers are turning to at-home births amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Fire Burns Through Heart Of South Central Idaho Ski ResortThe Phillips Creek fire began on August 5 with a lightning strike north of Fairfield.

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Parents Seek Ways to Confront Uncertainty as Schools ReopenParents Seek Ways to Confront Uncertainty as Schools Reopen BOISE, Idaho - Working parents face tough decisions as the school year starts, including who will care for their children while they attend school virtually.

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Syringa Hospital in Idaho Expands Sophistication and Compliance of Hospital Internet CommunicationsSyringa Hospital and Clinics in Grangeville, Idaho, has now contracted to use FastCommand to keep communications adaptable and ongoing during...

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The high cost of child care is leaving Idaho families in crisisThis is part one of a two-part series examining child care issues in Idaho. The second part will air Wednesday evening.

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Boise State roster countdown 2020: Day 25, Benton WickershamWell, the news yesterday sucked. We have no for sure idea when college football will resume, but it sounds like there's hope for some kind of season in the spring.

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The Big Ten and Pac-12 conferences won't play football this fallCNN)  The Big Ten and Pac-12 conferences each voted Tuesday to postpone college football and all other fall sports seasons as a result of the ongoing Covid-19 global pandemic, a development that may signal the beginning of the end for all sports at the collegiate level in 2020.

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Exploring Twin Falls Idaho Part OneHow much do you love to travel? For me, travel has always been a normal part of life.

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Community spread of COVID-19 continues in Idaho Panhandle, with more deaths reportedBenewah County reported the first death of a resident due to COVID-19 on Tuesday. There are 50 new cases in Spokane County.

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Future plans for FunlandSince 1947, Funland in Tautphaus Park in Idaho Falls has operated as a place where the community could come for entertainment and make memories.

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Man recovering in hospital after falling into ice crevasse at Grand Teton National ParkTyler Willis, 34, was hiking with a partner when he fell around 10:30 p.m. Friday near the Teton Glacier.

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Ketchum home goods Huck and Paddle listed for saleIt sells a variety of home and gift items, including pillows and candles made by Huck and Paddle.

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Seven coronavirus deaths reported in Idaho in the past 24 hoursIdaho health statistics show the Gem State added almost 500 additional confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours.

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BYU-Idaho Radio Headlines for August 11, 2020Today's News: A man brought a gun to a bowling alley fist fight. College fall sports have officially been postponed.

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Seattle police chief announces her retirement after city council votes to cut the police budget by nearly $4 millionBests announcement came on the same day the council approved the mid-year budget cut from the police departments 2019-2020 budget of $400 million.

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Renters In Idaho, Mountain West Face Possible EvictionPresident Donald Trump signed an executive order over the weekend directing federal agencies to explore how they can help avoid mass evictions across the country.

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New Bipartisan Nonprofit Advocates, Lobbies For Idaho ChildrenPut kids first.' We hear this term a lot, but many times, children are left out of the conversation when it comes to implementing legislation that impacts.

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495 new Idaho COVID-19 cases Tuesday, 7 new deathsThis brings the total confirmed and probable cases reported since March to 25,595.

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Popular Mexican restaurant opening new location in honor of their deceased daughterIDAHO FALLS  A popular Mexican restaurant is moving to Sandcreek Commons in Ammon. Puerto Vallarta will begin serving lunch and dinner on Thursday, Aug.

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Morley Signs Pro Contract with Asics, Joins Idaho Distance ProjectBigfork native Makena Morley, 22, has signed a multi-year sponsorship deal with Asics and joined the Idaho Distance Project , a professional running team based in Boise.

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Judge: Oregon, Idaho cities can't fine people for living outsideJudge decided last week that Grants Pass, Oregon, violated its homeless residents' Eighth Amendment rights by excluding them from parks without due process and citing them for sleeping outside, The reported.

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ISBA director urges school boards to follow public health guidanceEven though the guidance is nonbinding, ISBA leaders said ignoring it could open schools up to lawsuits even if the Legislature passes liability protection.

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New Bipartisan Nonprofit Advocates, Lobbies For Idaho Children'Put kids first.' We hear this term a lot, but many times, children are left out of the conversation when it comes to implementing legislation that impacts these very kids and their families.

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Famed Authors Form Band, Songs Offer Comic Relief During The PandemicIf you're looking for some comic relief from the pandemic we're all living through, how about taking a few minutes to listen to a new song by the Rock Bottom Remainders.

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Idaho projected to see $405 million surplus amid pandemicIdaho could finish the fiscal year with $405 million in surplus tax revenue in spite of the pandemic's economic toll, according to a new revenue forecast.

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Forest fire burning along the IdahoSALMON  Firefighters are battling a forest fire near the Idaho and Montana that started Tuesday morning.

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Here's Why There Are Less Soda Varieties At Stores Right NowYou may not have even noticed there was an aluminum can shortage right now. You may have gone to the store to get your favorite soda or you went to get a less popular flavor and figured they were just out of it at the store.

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51 new COVID-19 cases in Southeastern IdahoSoutheastern Idaho Public Health has 51 new confirmed cases of COVID-19.

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Idaho projected to see $405 million surplus amid pandemicBOISE, Idaho — Idaho could be on track to finish the fiscal year with $405 million in surplus tax revenue in spite of the pandemic's economic toll if a new forecast holds true.

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"Impressions of 2020": Local artists back for 2nd year at Old Town AlleyFor the second year in a row, the Old Town Alley Outdoor Gallery is offering a space for artists to put their talents on display.

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Date for Lori Vallow Daybell's arraignment scheduledDaybell waived her preliminary hearing last week, moving her case automatically to the district court.

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Idaho Man Sentenced for 'Crash And Buy' Insurance FraudRiley Presher, of Twin Falls, Idaho, was sentenced on Monday for insurance fraud in violation of Idaho Code 41-293.

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Joe Biden picks vice-presidential running mateCNN)  Joe Biden has named Kamala Harris as his running mate, making the California senator the first Black and South Asian American woman to run on a major political partys presidential ticket.

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Roundup 8.11In Nampa. Andrea Nilson, LeAnn Hume, Sara Shropshire and Julie Kissler of Cushman and Wakefield Pacific represented the seller.

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Idaho launches COVID-19 crisis counseling hotlineIDAHO FALLS  The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare has launched a COVID-19 crisis counseling hotline in response to increased mental health struggles during the pandemic.

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COVID-19 vaccine study looking for volunteers in IdahoThe COVID-19 vaccine study in which Solaris is participating is placebo-controlled and double-blind, which means volunteers won’t know whether they have received the vaccine or a placebo, and neither will the clinical staff who give the injection.

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Boise State Broncos cancel 2020 football seasonBOISE  Boise State University wont be suiting up for sports this fall. The Mountain West Conference on Monday announced an indefinite postponement to its fall sports lineup due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns.

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RECALL: Spokane Salsa Sold In Idaho May Contain SalmonellaA recent announcement by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration flagged a salsa produced in Washington State as having a potential link to a potentially deadly bacteria.

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An Interview with BYU-Idaho Devotional Speaker Robert StewartRobert Stewart is the Online Learning Managing Director for BYU-Idaho and gave a talk about "Choosing Your Happily Ever After" during a BYU-Idaho devotional on August 11, 2020.

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Woman says 'lazy' police investigation damaged her reputation after charges dismissedASHTON  A St. Anthony woman says the Ashton Police Department damaged her reputation after a lazy and biased investigation.

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Rural counties in Idaho report low census response ratesNAMPA, Idaho — The U.S. Census Bureau says rural counties in Idaho are struggling to get citizens counted, with some counties reporting a response rate of less than 50%.

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IndieDwell welcomes Kelsey Johnston as project coordinatorIn this role, Johnston will be responsible for the company's customer-facing project management solution and ensuring efficient and effective delivery of projects through the Caldwell factory.

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Spike in COVID-19 cases prompts new restrictions in multiple eastern Idaho countiesIDAHO FALLS, Idaho — This article was originally published by Brittni Johnson of East Idaho News.

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Idaho Fish and Game Launches New Website Aimed at Helping New Hunters Find SuccessThe Idaho Fish and Game has launched a new website, gohuntidaho.org, to help new hunters learn an Idaho tradition that helps people provide their own food, as well as family recreation.

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Idaho church removes glass window of Confederate generalBoise's Cathedral of the Rockies and regional church leaders officially "deconsecrated" and removed a stained glass window of a Confederate general during a service Friday.

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Man Pulling 20 Foot Trailer Leads Idaho Police on ChaseMUD LAKE, Idaho -A Monteview man is accused of leading state troopers on a pursuit pulling a 20 foot trailer near Mud Lake.

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Coronavirus: Idaho school district to move to online-only classes until at least OctoberCaldwell joined the list of Idaho school districts starting the academic year online Monday.

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Scoular selects Idaho site for new barley facilityScoular build 15,000 sq. ft. facility to manufacture barley protein concentrate for use in aquaculture feed and pet food.

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The Green Thumb Mama&&2.0Welcome to my blog! This is a reboot of sorts of my old blog from years ago.

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University of Idaho Appoints Christopher Nomura as Vice President of Research and Economic DevelopmentChristopher Nomura will become the University of Idahos vice president of research and economic development on October 1, 2020.

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Idaho hospitals focus on staff, not ventilators and beds during COVID-19Idaho has been able to avoid running low on ICU beds and ventilators, but hospitals say they need to focus on staff.

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Firefighters battling hay shed fire in HamerHAMER  Multiple fire agencies are fighting a hay shed fire south of Hamer. Central Fire District Chief Carl Anderson tells EastIdahoNews.com the fire broke out around 7 a.m.

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Large tenant backs out of lease of old Shopko warehouseTurns out the old Shopko distribution center in Boise won't be so lit. We told you last year that Solitco signed a lease for the massive 347,000 square foot former Shopko wearehouse near the Boise Factory Outlets in Boise.

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Renters In Idaho, Mountain West Face Possible EvictionPresident Donald Trump signed an executive order over the weekend directing federal agencies to explore how they can help avoid mass evictions across the country. But, as of now, the eviction moratorium passed by congress under the original stimulus bill has expired.

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Legislative working group challenges authority of health districts to close schoolsLegislators warned of abuses of power and concerns about totalitarianism Monday as a legislative working group pushed to take away health districts' ability to close schools.

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Planning an in-person fall at the University of IdahoWe are looking forward to that return of students this year more than ever. It hasn't been the same without them on campus.

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Majority of BLM Idaho's fires are human-causedIDAHO FALLS, Idaho – During the current COVID-19 pandemic, many Idahoans have flocked outdoors to enjoy public lands.

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Southern Idaho Weather ForecastOutdoor dining may save restaurants during COVID-19. But are diners at risk from cars plowing into them?

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No Boise State Football In 2020; Mtn West Cancels All Fall SportsI think it's just a matter of time before the remaining programs that haven't decided on postponing seasons until the spring, or outright throwing in the towel, do so.

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Life Lessons Encore: Karen Monson worked at the Post Office for 35 years and loves her lifeLife is hard, stressful, fast-paced and can sometimes be overwhelming. That's why EastIdahoNews.com is partnering with MorningStar Senior Living of Idaho Falls to bring you Life Lessons.

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Hiker rescued 6,200 feet up mountain after 6 foot boulder rolled onto himCNN)  A hiker was seriously injured on Sunday when a large boulder rolled onto him as he descended down a mountain in Washington, according to rescue teams.

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Sheltering on the Road for a bitWe love being on the boat in the Pacific Northwest in the Summer. Its magical.

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Most College Of Southern Idaho Sports Rescheduled To SpringThe College of Southern Idaho is not the only college of university making the announcement to changes in the sports schedule.

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Spring Creek Brewing Company opens in Avimor near Boise, IDLast year, BoiseDev told you about plans for a new community-owned brewery in the Avimor community north of Boise, just off Idaho Highway 55.

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Texas Roadhouse In Twin Falls Delayed But Still ComingThe Coronavirus has caused some delays and cancellations from concerts to sports. Unfortunately, it has also caused the delay of Texas Roadhouse construction in Twin Falls.

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Authorities looking for man involved in shooting near West YellowstoneWEST YELLOWSTONE, Montana  The Gallatin County Montana Sheriffs Office continues to look for an armed and dangerous shooting suspect following an incident Saturday.

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Judge rules against Idaho's ban on changing transgender birth certificatesAn Idaho law that bars transgender people from altering the gender on their birth certificates is unconstitutional, a federal judge has ruled.

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Caldwell pivots to start school online this fallTrustees abandoned a plan to reopen with hybrid-learning as Canyon County continues to see a high-risk of COVID-19.

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'Listening to experts is elitist': Idaho lawmakers reconsider who makes school opening decisionsLawmakers are considering a bill that would take away the power of public health districts to close schools or mandate masks.

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Morning Headlines for August 11, 2020Two more Eastern Idaho counties enter into the Moderate Risk Level for COVID-19, The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare has a new COVID-19 Crisis Counseling Hotline, The Mountain West Conference is postponing its fall sports season indefinitely and a company called FCR is hiring more than 300 people in the Idaho Falls area.

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So, What Just Happened?At approximately 4:31PM on August 10th, the Mountain West Conference confirmed the rumors that they were "postponing" fall sports competition.

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Wake Up, Bronco Nation: Mountain West cancels fall sports; Player transfers? ; Tyrone CrawfordI left my wife because she was obsessed with counting. I wonder what she's up to now.

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Kushalta Paudel, Ryan Vanacore join CSHQA as internsThey will assist the electrical engineering team with the technical development of schematic, design, construction documents, specifications, and construction administration for institutional, retail and commercial building projects.

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Kevin Whitman named director of assessment and accountability for State Department of EducationWhitman joined the State Department of Education in February 2016 as coordinator for the National Assessment of Education Progress and assumed new responsibilities as accountability coordinator when Idaho implemented its new accountability system under ESSA.

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ITD takes a long look at the I-15 to US-20 interchangeInterstate 15 south of Idaho Falls. File photo No one can fault the Idaho Transportation Department for a lack of advance planning.

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Planning for an in-person fall at the University of IdahoScott Green It happens every year: Come August, the University of Idaho springs to life as students and faculty return for fall classes in Moscow and at our centers around the state.

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Planning an in-person fall at the University of IdahoScott Green It happens every year: Come August, the University of Idaho springs to life as students and faculty return for fall classes in Moscow and at our centers around the state.

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Judge strikes down Idaho law preventing transgender people from changing gender on birth certificatesU.S. Magistrate Judge Candy Dale ruled last week that an Idaho law implemented in July was unconstitutional.

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Idaho lawmaker decries listening to health experts for school reopenings as 'elitist approach'An Idaho lawmaker denounced the public health officials who are making policy decisions in his community regarding the coronavirus and suggested that listening to them is an "elitist approach" to the pandemic.

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Adventures with Grandpa: Three Island CrossingThe emigrants who traveled the Oregon Trail should never be forgotten. They are great examples of not giving up on their journey despite trying circumstances.

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Judge rules against Idaho's ban on changing transgender birth certificatesAn Idaho law that bars transgender people from altering the gender on their birth certificates is unconstitutional, a federal judge has ruled.U.S. Magistrate Judge Candy Dale had ruled that state officials could not implement such a law in 2018, and on Friday ruled against a new law with similar provisions, NBC News reported on Tuesday.

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Magellan Gold Receives U.S. Forest Service Permit to Reopen Portals at Center Star Gold Mine in IdahoWallace, ID - - August 11, 2020 - Magellan Gold Corporation , a precious metals exploration and development company, today announced...

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Spike in COVID-19 cases prompts new restrictions in multiple eastern Idaho countiesEastern Idaho Public Health announced during a special meeting Monday evening that Jefferson and Fremont counties would be moving from the minimal risk level to the moderate risk level for the first time, as part of the district's COVID-19 Regional Response Plan.

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A rare bird lands in North IdahoOne of the last B-25 bombers that saw active combat during World War II landed at Coeur d'Alene's Pappy Boyington Field this morning, and it'll be on display and available for crawl-throughs and even flights between now and Sunday.

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Local boy raises over $1,200 with lemonade stand for sister with epilepsyPOCATELLO  Helping others is not something most young boys think about, but for Noah Fernandez of Pocatello, helping others is a daily practice.

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Idaho receives $1.1 million in funding from HUD due to COVID-19Department of Housing and Urban Development said Monday that Idaho housing authorities have received $1.

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Couple retracing the Oregon Trail on horsebackSCOTTSBLUFF, Nebraska  With only two riding horses along for company, two modern-day adventurers are on their way west from Independence, Missouri, along the original Oregon Trail to the coast.

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10 Utah Latter-day Saint temples to enter next reopening phase this monthSALT LAKE CITY — Seventeen temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, including 10 in Utah, will enter phase two of the church's reopening process next week, the church announced Monday.

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429 new Idaho COVID-19 cases Monday, 2 new deathsThis brings the total confirmed and probable cases reported since March to 25,100.

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Here's What We Know About The 23,000+ Confirmed Cases Of Coronavirus In IdahoAugust 10-5:13 p.m. State health officials Monday confirmed another 402 cases of the coronavirus in Idaho, as well as two more deaths.

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No fall sports in the Mountain West: coronavirus news roundup, 8.10.20In other news, Central District Health did not change schools' rankings in coronavirus risk categories this week.

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Vandals Dining at University of Idaho Gifts $1,000 Grant to Vandal Food PantryThis summer, Vandals Dining at the University of Idaho gifted the on-campus Vandal Food Pantry a $1,000 grant to be utilized as 100 all-you-care-to-eat meal vouchers redeemable at the Hub; UI’s resident dining destination.

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New call center opening in Idaho Falls providing over 300 work-from-home jobsThe name of the company is FCR, and spokesman Joseph Goedereis tells EastIdahoNews.com they have not yet determined an opening date or physical location.

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Sharpshooting debated as method to reduce Idaho elk numbersThe growth of the elk population in parts of Idaho has caused state wildlife officials to step up efforts to reduce the number of animals damaging private property with various methods, including nighttime sharpshooters.

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BYU-Idaho Radio Headlines for August 10, 2020Today's News: Details on a deadly crash near Palisades. The U.S. Government paid a family $38,500 to compensate them for a M-44 cyanide bomb that injured their teenager and killed their dog.

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Idaho surpasses 25,000 confirmed, probable cases of coronavirusIdaho health statistics show the Gem State has surpassed 25,000 confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19.

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Sharpshooting debated as method to reduce Idaho elk numbersThe growth of the elk population in parts of Idaho has caused state wildlife officials to step up efforts to reduce the number of animals damaging private property with various methods, including nighttime sharpshooters.

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Legislative working group wants to change school closure authorityDuring a hybrid in-person / remote meeting Monday, House Education Committee Vice Chairman Ryan Kerby, R-New Plymouth, pushed a draft proposal that would make it so school boards have the authority to close schools and public health districts play an advisory role.

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Police say man pointed gun in fight outside bowling alleyIDAHO FALLS  Police arrested an Idaho Falls man after he allegedly pointed a gun in a fight outside a Bowling Alley on Friday.

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16 Cabins Perfect For Social Distancing You Can Rent In IdahoIf you are still in extreme social distancing mode, or you just need an excuse and location to get away this summer, Idaho is loaded with cabins you can rent.

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IdahoIdaho's 50 Top Cities for Fit Lifestyles 2020 Idaho may be known best for its potatoes, but its untouched wilderness areas and nature reserves make it a hotspot for active lifestyles.

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Mountain West Engages Nuclear OptionBig red button pressed, football delayed until spring?

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36 new COVID-19 cases in Southeastern IdahoSoutheastern Idaho Public Health has 36 new confirmed cases of COVID-19.

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Idaho's Challenged Athletes Foundation Launches State's First All-Inclusive Cycling ClubThe Idaho chapter of the Challenged Athletes Foundation launched the first statewide, multi-discipline, all-inclusive cycling club on August 8 at the Ada-Eagle Bike Park and in Ketchum, ID.

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Field fire burns over 100 acres in Shelley, now 100% containedSHELLEY  A field fire that broke out in Shelley around 1 p.m. Monday has burned more than 100 acres.

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Bayhorse Gallops on Moving Operations to IdahoBurnaby, B.C.-based Bayhorse Silver Inc informed investors it had relocated its milling and silver flotation circuit to Fruitland, Idaho, from the Bayhorse Mine site, in Oregon and increased the capacity of the circuit to allow for processing at an "as-mined" tonnage of 200 tons per day from the Bayhorse Silver Mine.

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Boise Cascade releases second-quarter earningsBoise Cascade L.L.C. on Friday reported second-quarter net income of $33.6 million. On a per-share basis, the Boise, Idaho-based company said it had net income of 85 cents.

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Idaho launches Help LineThe Idaho Division of Behavioral Health has initiated a new COVID-19 Help Now Line. As part of the Department of Health and Welfare and in conjunction with the Idaho Office of Emergency Management, the helpline will offer support for anyone facing challenges associated with the pandemic.

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New hotline available for Idaho residents in need of support during the pandemicA coronavirus hotline is now open for Idaho residents searching for crisis support amid the pandemic.

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Man arrested following grand theft and high-speed chase in Mud LakeMUD LAKE  A Monteview man is in jail following after a police chase in Mud Lake Sunday afternoon.

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Idaho police recover $50K worth of stolen property after car chase through farmer's fieldThe Idaho State Police recovered $50,000 worth of stolen property Sunday after a car chase through back roads and a farmer's field.

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Idaho Community Colleges Prepare To Reopen Their Doors This MonthEach of Idaho's four community colleges are set to welcome students back to school in-person this month as cases of coronavirus have spiked far beyond what the state experienced earlier this spring.

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Idaho long-term care facilities need more staffIDAHO — Nursing homes are just one of the facilities that are severely impacted by COVID-19.

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Red flag warning issued for Tuesday due to gusty winds and low humidityIDAHO FALLS  The National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning for Tuesday afternoon in eastern and northcentral Idaho.

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ENCORE: Idaho's Basque Legacy Begins In The 19th CenturyDan Ansotegui was raised around Basque music, food and dance. He's been playing the button accordian in different musical groups for decades and was recently awarded the National Heritage Award from the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Small Towns Suffer With Canada Border Closure From COVID-19In mid-March, the Canadian and U.S. governments agreed to essentially shut down their shared land border in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19.

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With COVID-19 In Mind, Idaho Lawmaker Urges Responsible Outdoor RecreationAs we continue to move through this pandemic, outdoorsy folks are finding ways to pursue their outdoor passions and recreate responsibly.

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A Look Back On The Bill That Changed Idaho's OutdoorsForty years ago last month, the area that is the Frank Church Wilderness was designated by Congress, creating the largest wilderness area in the Lower 48.

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Senate candidate Paulette Jordan discusses voter suppression, census in Fort HallJordan discussed the implications of the pandemic on tribes, voter suppression and low tribal participation in the census.

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Supreme Court halts Idaho online signatures for initiativeBOISE, Idaho — The U.S Supreme Court on July 30 ruled that an Idaho group must stop collecting online signatures for an education funding initiative for the November ballot.

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Pool of West Nile positive mosquitoes found in IdahoHealth officials announced the first reported cases of West Nile virus found in Elmore County.

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Crews battling field fire in ShelleySHELLEY  Crews are starting to get control of the field fire in Shelley. There are some outbuildings that caught on fire in addition to brush.

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UPDATE: Crews working to contain field fire in ShelleyThere are some outbuildings that caught on fire in addition to brush. Still working on the northeast part of the fire, Idaho Falls Fire Department spokeswoman Kerry Hammon says.

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Federal investigators release report on Idaho plane crashSPOKANE, Wash. — The National Transportation Safety Board released a preliminary report of the facts of a fatal Idaho plane crash involving two airplanes.

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ENCORE: Idaho's Basque Legacy Begins In The 19th CenturyThis interview originally aired on May 28, 2019.

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The Story behind creating the new release of 'From a Distance'An interview with Ben Watson about the Rexburg Children's Choir and their new music video, which features David Archuleta.

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Company to Open Beef Processing Facility in S. IdahoAgri Beef announced plans to build the plant that will operate as True West Beef in Jerome and will be able to process 500 cattle a day....

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Judge: Idaho's anti-transgender birth certificate law violates orderMagistrate Judge Candy Dale first ruled in 2018 that a law barring the birth certificate changes was unconstitutional, and she banned state officials from implementing it.

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GUINNESS RECORD: Watch Idaho Man Pop 40 Balloons In 60 SecIf Rush ever steps in line at your local fair and offers to win your kid a prize in the dart throw game, you should take him up on it.

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Judge: Anti-transgender birth certificate law violates orderIdaho officials' latest attempt to ban transgender people from changing the gender on their birth certificates violates a court order issued two years ago, a federal judge said.

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Car Plunges Into North Idaho River, Three KilledSANDPOINT, Idaho -Three people died when their car went off into the Lower Pack River in north Idaho Sunday evening.

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Amazon may take over old JCPenneys and Sears to try and speed up deliveriesCNN)  Amazon may replace closed department stores at struggling malls. The company is in talks with Simon Property Group, the largest mall owner in the United States, to convert former or current JCPenney and Sears stores into distribution hubs to deliver packages, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday.

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My wife wants a mommy makeover. I want her to feel good about herself, but those can be really expensiveDear Dave, My wife and I are on Baby Step 2 of your plan. About eight months ago she gave birth to our second child, and now she would like to have a mommy makeover.

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U.S. government agrees to pay Pocatello family $38,500 over M-44 bomb that killed dog, injured teenAfter a years long battle, the U.S. government agreed to admit responsibility in the injury of a local teen and the death of his dog.

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Homes explode in Baltimore, killing 1 and injuring 3 othersCNN)  One woman died and three people were hospitalized in serious condition after a major explosion in a residential area of Baltimore, according to Blair Adams, Public Information Officer for the Baltimore City Fire Department.

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Idaho judge says GOP-backed anti-transgender birth certificate law violates injunctionBOISE  An Idaho judge on Friday clarified a court order by ruling that a new Idaho law barring transgender people from changing their birth certificate to match their gender violates an injunction she first issued in 2018.

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You'll choke at Idaho's ranking in new U.S. air study. Take a deep breath, expert says.Are you stoked to live in the Gem State because of its pristine rivers and streams?

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Boise State roster countdown 2020: Day 26, Avery WilliamsWell the CFB season for Boise State is only delayed for now but since we have already gone this far we might as well keep going, yanno?

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COVID-19: Texas prison that houses Idaho inmates reports first positive caseOn Friday, a prison housing Idaho inmates in Eagle Pass, Texas, reported its first confirmed case of the coronavirus among the inmate population, according to the Idaho Department of Corrections.

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Mask Mandate In Valley County? Idaho Public Health Officials Will Vote TuesdayPublic health officials are no longer considering closing gyms in Ada County this week, but the size of public gatherings could be significantly lowered.

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Dangling bird rescued from power poleRIRIE  Emergency crews rescued a bird dangling from a power pole Sunday afternoon. A homeowner near 335 2nd West noticed the osprey hanging from one talon around 11 a.m.

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Big road project set for Idaho 55 between Smiths Ferry and Rainbow BridgeDrive between McCall and Boise often? Get ready for the orange barrels. And delays. Years of them.

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Bridging the "digital divide" in IdahoBOISE, Idaho — Technology has become a crucial element in most district's back-to-school plans. For students who do not have a device, access to remote learning is tricky.

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Simon Cowell speaks out after breaking his backCNN)  Simon Cowell is offering some advice following an accident which landed him in the hospital.

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Challis Wild Horses Need Permanent HomeMeanwhile, from the video included at the link, it looks as if the horses currently on leased land in Challis are very much enjoying the exercise yard.

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The Nuclear OptionThe show must go on?

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Chicago police arrest more than 100 people after shootout and looting downtownCNN)  More than 100 people were arrested in Chicago after an overnight fit of violence that appears to have begun with police exchanging gunfire with a 20-year-old man, Police Superintendent David Brown said Monday.

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Deputies release new information, name of man killed near PalisadesThe following is a news release from the Bonneville County Sheriffs Office. Read our original story on the incident here.

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Man arrested after investigators say he started his own home on fireRIGBY  A man was arrested for arson Sunday after he allegedly set his own house on fire.

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Idaho judge says GOP-backed anti-transgender birth certificate law violates injunctionAn Idaho judge on Friday clarified a court order by ruling that a new Idaho law barring transgender people from changing their birth certificate to match their gender violates an injunction she first issued in 2018.

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Sharpshooting debated as method to reduce Idaho elk numbersTWIN FALLS, Idaho — The growth of the elk population in parts of Idaho has caused state wildlife officials to step up efforts to reduce the number of animals damaging private property with various methods, including nighttime sharpshooters.

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EIPH to hold special meeting tonight; Jefferson and Fremont may get mandatory mask ordersIDAHO FALLS  Eastern Idaho Public Health is holding a special meeting Monday evening, which may result in a mandatory mask order in at least two more counties in eastern Idaho.

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Sierra slated for Village at Meridian, IDWhile two big box retailers will leave the Village at Meridian in coming weeks, the shopping center will add one back.

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Watch: Idaho man throws chopsticks to burst 40 balloons in one minuteAug. 10 - An Idaho man recaptured a Guinness World Record when he popped 40 balloons by throwing chopsticks in one minute.

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Idaho Conservation League Releases 2020 Groundwater ReportThe Idaho Conservation League released its second groundwater report on its Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer.

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"Overground Railroad" By Candacy TaylorOverground Railroad, by Candacy Taylor, explores the historical role and residual impact of the Green Book, a travel guide for black motorists.

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West Valley Medical Center launches free Consult-a-Nurse serviceYou will now be able to call and talk to a nurse by phone 24 hours a day/seven days a week.

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