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Idaho Anthropologist Investigating Washington Mammoth Bone

CLARKSTON, Wash. (AP) — A construction crew uncovered what appears to be the bone of a Columbian mammoth at a site near Clarkston. KXLY reports  the bone was uncovered last week and University of Idaho anthropologist Lee Sappington visited the site Tuesday with grad students looking for larger bones or tusks

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Idaho Bill Would Stagger Food Stamp Distribution

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Lawmakers are hoping a new bill that passed the Senate Tuesday will allow Idaho to stagger when food stamp recipients receive money to buy groceries. McCammon Republican Sen. Jim Guthrie said spreading out the release of those funds over ten days could help offset "grocery store chaos" on the first of every month

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Payday Loan Bill Makes its to Idaho Governor’s Desk

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A bill seeking to let Idaho dictate how much payday lenders can give borrowers passed the House Monday by only one vote. The 35-34 decision came after several lawmakers said they had issues with the bill, which limits loan size and lets borrowers set up interest-free payment plans if they hit a financial snag

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Protesters Delay Mega Load on it’s Way to Canada

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Protesters say they stopped the movement of a large load of oilfield equipment for about 20 minutes in Missoula early Friday. Police arrested Carol Marsh, Debbie Florence and Gail Gilman on suspicion of disorderly conduct for sitting in the road to block the megaload's progress

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Idaho Inspectors Find Invasive Species on Boat Entering State

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP) — State officials say inspectors have stopped a boat entering Idaho with invasive mussels attached to it. Idaho State Department of Agriculture officials tell the Post Register that the boat was stopped Tuesday at the Cotterell Port of Entry station on Interstate 84 near Malta

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