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Powell Doesn’t Rule Out Candidacy

Retired Gen. Colin Powell teased a Washington audience Monday night by disclaiming any passion for politics but then suggesting an independent candidacy might “throw some more fun” into the 1996 …


Voters Across State Face Levy Decisions Today

Voters across the state are being asked today asked to approve more than half a billion dollars worth of school levies and bonds, including a $330 million school-construction measure in …


Tuesday Deadline For Rathdrum Vote

Rathdrum residents have until 5 p.m. Tuesday to return advisory ballots regarding tax-increment financing to City Hall. About 1,200 registered voters received ballots in the mail last month. The city …


Tax Plan Means Wealth, Not Welfare

Communities around the world would kill to land Micron’s $1.3 billion expansion plant. The project promises more than 3,000 jobs and some $29 million in annual tax revenue. But in …


Payments For Voting Defended Whitewater Official Studies Clinton’s ‘90 Campaign

The White House is defending the distribution of cash to draw black voters to the polls in Bill Clinton’s 1990 gubernatorial campaign, as the Whitewater prosecutor investigates the practice. “The …


Shorter Voting Hours Endorsed

Legislation giving over 170 Idaho cities the option of shortening voting hours has been endorsed by the Senate State Affairs Committee. The proposal was unanimously approved on Monday and will …


Losing Candidate Withdraws Lawsuit

Republican Ellen R. Sauerbrey, barely 42 hours after telling cheering supporters that she would “never” give up, announced Sunday that she is abandoning her historic state court challenge of Maryland’s …


Dole Forms Presidential Race Committee

Opening a new stage in the embryonic race for the 1996 Republican presidential nomination, Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole, R-Kan., Thursday took a critical step toward formally entering the contest. …


Lawyers Hired In Feinstein Race

The Senate Rules Committee has hired two lawyers to consider a challenge to the seating of Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif. Feinstein was seated in the Senate last week after defeating …


Rathdrum To Let Voters Decide Unlike Post Falls, City Will Put Micron Tax Package To Vote

Rathdrum voters will decide whether the city should promise tax assistance to Micron Technology Inc. in order to lure a giant manufacturing plant. City attorney Rollie Watson said he’s been …


Gramm Will Launch Race For President

Sen. Gramm