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  • Former Idaho pol’s poaching conviction upheld

    Colorful former Idaho gubernatorial candidate Rex Rammell has lost his second appeal over a 2010 elk poaching charge, with the Idaho Court of Appeals ruling unanimously that two lower courts …


  • After failed House bid, Rammell moving to Wyoming

    Flamboyant former Idaho gubernatorial candidate Rex Rammell said he’s given up on Idaho politics and is moving to Wyoming after losing a state legislative race for a north-central Idaho seat …


  • Rammell sells RV, dinosaur, moves to Wyoming

    Flamboyant former Idaho gubernatorial candidate Rex Rammell says he’s given up on Idaho politics and is moving to Wyoming, after he lost a state legislative race for a North Idaho …


  • Battery charge against Rex Rammell dismissed

    A misdemeanor battery charge against former gubernatorial hopeful Rex F. Rammell was dropped Tuesday.


  • Idaho political regular cited in illegal elk kill

    Idaho wildlife officials say they are investigating former gubernatorial candidate Rex Rammell for illegally killing an elk in eastern Idaho.


  • Keith Allred top Idaho fundraiser

    Democratic candidate Keith Allred out-raised incumbent GOP Gov. Butch Otter in the latest fundraising period, according to campaign finance reports filed Tuesday.


  • T. rex mascot part of Rammell rallies

    Idaho GOP gubernatorial hopeful Rex Rammell is headed to North Idaho with a giant, inflatable green Tyrannosaurus rex, which he’s displaying on a trailer behind his campaign RV.


  • Editorial: Rammell’s reaction a bad omen of leadership

    At least Rex Rammell isn’t one of those equivocating public figures who explain their gaffes with wishy-washy nonapologies that evade blame by fixing it on anyone misguided enough to take …


  • He refuses to apologize, but Rammell’s one sorry guy

    There was a time back in my naive younger days of journalism when the imbecilic behavior of politicians would confound me. “How can these so-called leaders be such embarrassing clods?” …


  • Now he’s a target, hopeful asserts

    BOISE – A defiant Rex Rammell, still refusing to apologize Tuesday for his joking remarks about buying hunting tags to shoot President Barack Obama, accused top Idaho Republican leaders of …


  • Defiant Rammell refuses to apologize

    A defiant Rex Rammell refused to apologize today for his joking remarks about buying hunting tags to shoot President Obama, and instead accused top Idaho Republican leaders of conspiring to …


  • Hunting license remark assailed

    BOISE – Top Idaho Republicans – Gov. Butch Otter, U.S. Sens. Mike Crapo and Jim Risch, U.S. Rep. Mike Simpson and former Idaho Gov. Phil Batt – all condemned fellow …


  • Idaho Supreme Court upholds fines against elk rancher

    BOISE, Idaho — The Idaho Supreme Court has dealt another legal blow to Rex Rammell, a state gubernatorial hopeful who was fined by the state five years ago when he …


  • Former elk rancher challenges Idaho rules

    BOISE — Rex Rammell, a former elk rancher with political ambitions who was fined for violating Idaho’s domestic elk regulations, has asked the Idaho Supreme Court to find the rules …


  • Risch’s Romney ad aims at LDS

    BOISE – Idaho Senate candidate Jim Risch is airing two campaign commercials just before the election – but one’s not running in North Idaho. That ad, featuring former GOP presidential …


  • Rivals for Craig seat decry GOP tactics

    BOISE – Three independent or third-party candidates for Larry Craig’s U.S. Senate seat are reacting angrily to GOP efforts to push them out of the race. In addition to Republican …


  • When you gotta go, you gotta go

    At first, Ralph Bartholdt thought the brain trust behind the Spirit Lake lawn mower races earlier this month had scrimped on the porta-potties. Which presented a major problem because Old …

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