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Eye On Boise archive for April 2012

MONDAY, APRIL 30, 2012

FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 2012

Idaho Supreme Court: Send child to dad in Mexico 

Here's a news item from the Associated Press: BOISE, Idaho (AP) ― The Idaho Supreme Court ordered a 3-year-old girl in state custody be delivered to her father, a Mexican citizen who has never met his daughter because he's legally barred from entering the United...

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Idaho personal income, business profits rise 

Here are some signs of economic recovery, courtesy of the Idaho Department of Labor: Thirty-seven of Idaho's 44 counties saw total personal income rise in 2010, vs. just five in 2009, according to new estimates from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. Meanwhile, business profits...

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MONDAY, APRIL 23, 2012

New Idaho election rules cause confusion 11 

The upcoming May primary election will be Idaho's first under the state's new closed-primary and party registration law, and the new rules are causing lots of confusion. Idaho Statesman reporter Cynthia Sewell has a nice how-to article about it here. The upshot: To vote in...

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FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 2012


Benoit settlement includes campus changes

Here's a news item from the Associated Press: BOISE, Idaho (AP) ― The University of Idaho and the family of a graduate student who was killed by a professor she had previously dated have reached a settlement. School officials and Katy Benoit's family issued a...

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Two GOP senators face off for same seat...

Times-News reporter Melissa Davlin today profiles the race between two Senate incumbents from the Magic Valley: Sens. Bert Brackett, R-Rogerson, and Tim Corder, R-Mountain Home. The two, thrown into the same district by redistricting, say they vote together 95 percent of the time, but there...

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No consensus on Idaho field-burning changes

Possible changes to Idaho's field-burning regulations still are up in the air after an advisory panel of farmers, health advocates and regulators agreed today that some weekend burning could be considered, but couldn't reach a consensus on whether to allow more burning when ozone pollution...

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