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Idaho Ranchers Want More Done to Keep Elk Off Range Land

MAYFIELD, Idaho (AP) — Ranchers east of Boise say they're still not happy with Idaho's attempts to control the elk herds that threaten their livelihoods. Idaho Department of Fish and Game officials assert they've been trying to fix the problem by meeting with residents and monitoring elk numbers

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Governor Otter Signs Bill Allowing Guns on College Campuses

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Students, staff and visitors are now cleared to bring concealed guns onto Idaho's college and university campuses. Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter signed the bill into law Wednesday. It allows retired law enforcement and concealed-carry permit holders bring guns into classrooms and anywhere else on campus — except dormitories and stadiums

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Bike Group and Environmentalists Agree on Boulder-White Clouds Proposal

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Environmentalists and mountain bikers have reached agreement on a proposal for protecting the Boulder-White Clouds as a national monument. The Idaho Statesman reported Tuesday that the agreement creates zones to maintain wilderness characteristics in some areas, while continuing mountain bike access to the popular area north of Sun Valley

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Bill Gives Idaho Business Tax Incentive to Create Jobs

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A tax incentive plan aimed at luring business to expand in Idaho is headed to the Senate floor despite some lawmakers' concerns that it could permit cronyism. The bill would hand a 30 percent tax cut to businesses that create 50 new jobs in an urban area or 20 in a rural area

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