BOISE, Idaho (AP) – A former U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service senior official who concealed working at a nonprofit organization has pleaded guilty to falsifying documents that included $3 million in grants from the federal government to the nonprofit.
BOISE, Idaho – Attorney General Lawrence Wasden says a Boise woman has been sentenced for one count of insurance fraud. Fourth District Judge Jason Scott gave Michelle A. Earl a one-year fixed and a two-year indeterminate prison sentence.
Idahoans are like everyone else in America. They’re never completely happy with government. Want proof? Host a radio talk show, however. From time-to-time we see some evidence government works better here than elsewhere.
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