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Sexual assault accusation against Idaho student athlete surfaces

The Moscow Police Department disclosed that a University of Idaho student athlete was accused of sexual assault last year, contradicting a statement by the athletic director that his department has not had any recent issues with sexual assault.

Idaho state Rep. Paulette Jordan speaks during a women’s march rally in Las Vegas on Jan. 21, 2018. (Associated Press)

Balukoff vs. Jordan

With Idaho’s 2018 primary election just around the corner, Idaho Democratic gubernatorial candidates A.J. Balukoff and Paulette Jordan spoke in separate interviews with the Daily News in the past two weeks to update readers on their respective campaigns, comment on the highlights and clear up any rumors before voters take to the polls May 15.
Firefighters used grease to free Dixie the cow. (Middleton Rural Fire District / Courtesy)

Firefighters rescue cats from trees every day. Middleton saved a cow.

Firefighters with Middleton Rural Fire Districthad just finished putting out a grass fire before noon Sunday when they got a call from a sheriff's deputy who asked for help with an usual situation: A pet cow named Dixie was stuck between two tall trees in rural Canyon County.
Former city of Lewiston mason Russ Boland encased crumbling historic headstones in concrete, allowing the original headstones to be restored to the graves at the Normal Hill Cemetery at Lewiston. (Pete Caster / Lewiston Tribune)

Former mason restores historic Idaho headstones

Boland, who retired a couple of years ago after 26 years as the city of Lewiston’s mason, used his expertise and innovation to help Minton complete the project she’d been working on for five years, the Lewiston Tribune reported.
FILE – Then-Idaho state Rep. Phil Hart chats with other attendees while waiting for a speech by presidential candidate Ron Paul at the Spokane Convention Center on Feb. 21, 2012. (Jesse Tinsley / The Spokesman-Review)

Two GOP Idaho candidates to stay on ballot

Two former Idaho lawmakers previously kicked off the May 15 ballot over residency concerns have been given second chances to run for legislative seats.