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College of Idaho looks at bringing back football

The College of Idaho discontinued its football program in the late 1970s, about five years before Marty Holly was hired as athletic director. Even by the time he went to work for the state’s oldest private liberal arts college, the ...

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Judge tightens terms of resort suitor’s freedom

A federal judge on April 27 tightened restrictions on an indicted former Tamarack Resort suitor, to prevent him or anybody else from trying to unload disputed assets central to the government’s criminal case against him. U.S. Magistrate Judge Candy Dale ...

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Idaho midwives reach $5M deal in malpractice case at Meridian birthing center (access required)

Two midwives have agreed to a $5 million settlement with a couple who sued them for medical malpractice after their baby suffered permanent brain damage, an attorney said April 23. Coleen Goodwin and her daughter, Jerusha Goodwin, reached the agreement ...

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Idaho doctor-lawyer fights fetal pain abortion law

The first challenge to the constitutionality of the so-called fetal pain anti-abortion laws enacted in several states has come from an unlikely place. So has the second. Rick Hearn, the lawyer in the center of this fight, represents an Idaho ...

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Tribes, government agree to $1 billion settlement

The federal government will pay more than $1 billion to settle a series of lawsuits brought by American Indian tribes over mismanagement of tribal money and trust lands, under a settlement announced April 11. The agreement resolves claims brought by ...

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Idaho pension trustee pleads not guilty to charges

A pension fund trustee charged with diverting more than $5 million from those retirement accounts to help finance his failed bid to buy Tamarack Resort has pleaded not guilty in federal court. Forty-one-year-old Matthew Hutcheson made an initial appearance April ...

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EPA says it can’t regulate lead in hunting bullets

The Environmental Protection Agency has denied the latest petition from environmental groups that want the agency to regulate the amount of lead used in some hunting ammunition. The agency told the groups April 9 that it has no authority to act because ...

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Feds: Bodybuilding.com CEO admits selling steroids

The founder of an online fitness and bodybuilding company in Idaho pleaded guilty April 9 to illegally selling misbranded dietary supplements that contained steroids, according to federal prosecutors. Ryan Deluca, CEO of Meridian-based Bodybuilding.com, also agreed in a plea deal ...

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Supervalu reports loss for 4Q

 Supervalu Inc. said April 10 that it swung to a loss in the fourth quarter as a result of impairment charges and costs related to store closures and layoffs. But excluding those items, the company’s results beat Wall Street’s expectations, ...

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Spring: A time for flowers, high gasoline prices

Ahh, spring. The days get longer, flowers bloom, and gasoline gets more expensive. It’s a galling time for drivers, and it’s more maddening than usual this year. The average price of gasoline could surpass $4 per gallon nationwide as early ...

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