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Eye On Boise archive for Nov. 2016

FRIDAY, NOV. 4, 2016

It's Ski Swap time...

And in other non-election news, it’s Ski Swap time. Doors will open at 3 p.m. today for the 66th annual Ski Swap at the Expo Idaho, benefiting the Bogus Basin Ski Education Foundation. That’s earlier than in the past – in fact, it’s coming right...

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Former federal official pleads guilty to false statements 

A former U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service senior official who concealed outside employment at a nonprofit organization has pleaded guilty to falsifying documents that included $3 million in grants from the federal government to the nonprofit. The Idaho Statesman reports that Stephen M. Barton pleaded guilty...

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THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 2016

Idaho Rep. Raul Labrador speaks at a Trump rally in Orlando, Fla.

Rep. Labrador stumps for Trump across the country 15 

Idaho GOP Congressman Raul Labrador is criss-crossing the country stumping for Donald Trump, speaking at Trump rallies so far in Florida, Arizona and Utah. Labrador’s high-profile national role in the Trump campaign comes despite his lukewarm support for the GOP nominee, whom Labrador, who earlier supported Rand Paul and then Ted Cruz...

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Lt. Gov. Little urges support for HJR 5 

Idaho Lt. Gov. Brad Little has come out in favor of HJR 5, the constitutional amendment on the November ballot that Gov. Butch Otter is opposing. “Unfortunately, we live in an age of bureaucratic expansionism on the federal level that often goes unchecked,” Little wrote...

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Collared wolf dead, 3 others survive in Idaho wilderness 

Three of four wolves fitted with tracking collars in a central Idaho wilderness area last year by state officials without federal approval are surviving as another winter approaches, the AP reports. The surviving wolves from three different packs are still roaming the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness, while an adult female died...

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Idaho Supreme Court upholds murder conviction

The Idaho Supreme Court has upheld the murder conviction of a man prosecutors say killed his wife's boyfriend in a Meridian parking lot. The Idaho Statesman reports that the Supreme Court on Tuesday affirmed an Ada County jury's 2012 conviction of Robert Dean Hall. Prosecutors say Hall fatally shot his wife's boyfriend, Emmett Corrigan...

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TUESDAY, NOV. 1, 2016

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