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Tribe wants centuries-old remains found in Idaho

This April 15, 2017, file video image  shows the remote area where skeletal remains were found in a badger hole north of Mountain Home, Idaho. The Shoshone-Paiute tribe says it will seek possession of two sets of human bones found protruding from the southwestern Idaho badger hole after tests determined they weren’t modern day homicide victims but actually lived some five centuries ago. (Paul Boehlke / Courtesy of KTVB-TV)
At least one tribe will seek possession of human bones found protruding from an Idaho badger hole after tests determined they weren’t from modern day homicide victims but belonged to people who lived five centuries ago.

Tribe wants centuries-old remains found in Idaho

This April 15, 2017, file video image courtesy of KTVB-TV shows an Elmore County Sheriff vehicle in the remote area where skeletal remains were found in a badger hole north of Mountain Home, Idaho. (Paul Boehlke / Associated Press)
A tribe says it will seek possession of human bones found protruding from an Idaho badger hole after tests determined they weren’t from modern day homicide victims but belonged to people who lived five centuries ago.

Huckleberries: Restored to health, CdA music man ensures that the bands play on

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Chris Guggemos of Handshake Productions enjoys the atmosphere as The Bobby Patterson Band performs “rockin’ blues” in the background in downtown Coeur d’Alene Tuesday evening. (D.F. Oliveria / D.F. Oliveria/THE SPOKESMAN-REVIEW)
Chris Guggemos of Handshake Productions is hail and hearty now, working the crowds at his free summer concerts, but some weren’t sure he’d return after his serious bout with cancer last year. Those fears worsened when Chris was unable, due to technical difficulties, to post the 2017 concert series online in mid-spring as he usually does.

Idaho fires started by lightning still burning

The Powerline Fire grew considerably Monday, reaching an estimated size of 7,000 acres. The blaze, along with the Corral Creek Fire in Hells Canyon, is being managed as the Craig Mountain Complex. Both fires started Saturday from lightning strikes and are burning in steep, arid terrain in or near the Craig Mountain Wildlife Management Area south of Lewiston.

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