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Sludge Barrel Ruptures at Idaho Nuclear Site

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Boise Mayor Dave Bieter Shuts Down City Council Meeting Over Cooper Court Protests

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- Left to right: Amanda Earley and Megan Freeman came to the Idaho State Capitol to show solidarity with refugees. -  - HARRISON BERRY

- Left to right: Amanda Earley and Megan Freeman came to the Idaho State Capitol to show solidarity with refugees.

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The Idaho Legislature will likely extend past its targeted March 27 end-date now that a House panel has killed a long-awaited proposal to boost teacher pay

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