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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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Boise Hockey Fans Sue Arena Because of Alleged Beer Fraud

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A handful of Idaho hockey fans are suing a Boise arena, saying they were duped into thinking a $7 beer contains more brew than a $4 beer. The lawsuit says the home arena of the Idaho Steelheads hockey team defrauded customers by charging $3 more for a tall, narrow cup advertised as a "large" that actually holds the same amount of beer as the shorter, wider cup described as a "small

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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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