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South Selkirk caribou herd protections being revised

Caribou worldwide share similar features – branching antlers, stocky bodies covered with hollow hair that insulates against the cold, and snowshoe-like hooves. Herds across North America and northern Europe all …

Feds affirm protections for Selkirk caribou herd

A mountain caribou herd in the southern Selkirk Mountains requires continued protection under the Endangered Species Act, officials said today.

Bonner County files petition to delist caribou

Endangered species protections should be rescinded for the 46 caribou in the South Selkirk herd, Bonner County argued Wednesday in a delisting petition. “Caribou aren’t endangered, when you look at …

County seeking to delist caribou

A law firm that successfully argued a North Idaho couple’s wetlands dispute with the federal government before the U.S. Supreme Court has been retained by Bonner County to petition for …

Idaho wetlands fight in high court Monday

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear the opening arguments in Sackett v. EPA on Monday, a Priest Lake couple’s fight over whether their building lot contains wetlands. Mike and Chantell …

Priest Lake couple’s land dispute with EPA going to high court

PRIEST LAKE, Idaho – Four years ago, Mike and Chantell Sackett cleared a lot to build a house overlooking one of North Idaho’s most scenic mountain lakes. They pictured a …

High court takes Idaho property case

A North Idaho couple’s fight with the federal government over whether their Priest Lake property has wetlands will be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court. On Tuesday, Supreme Court justices …