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Grizzly shot, killed near family’s North Idaho home

A 2-year-old male grizzly bear threatening a North Idaho family was shot and ultimately killed on Tuesday. Now Barbara Casey, who shot the bear, is worried she’s in trouble for killing a federally protected species. “I don’t want to go to prison for saving my family and my animals,” Casey said.

Small Idaho dairy knows raw ingredients of success

MOYIE SPRINGS, Idaho – Springs of Hope didn’t set out to become an in-demand dairy specializing in raw whole milk. When Sam and Danielle Wray bought the ranch in late 2008, their vision was to start a German Baptist Brethren youth ministry on 196 quiet acres of timberland and pasture at the base of Goat Mountain.

Year after FDA blamed outbreak on Evergreen Produce, founders still baffled

BONNERS FERRY – When agents from the federal Food and Drug Administration knocked on the door of Nadine Scharf’s North Idaho sprout-growing business last summer, she had no problem letting them nose around the facility. She didn’t mind the 400-plus samples they took on two different occasions. She didn’t protest when they asked her to explain her cleaning procedures.

Boundary County to close school

The Boundary County School Board announced Thursday it will close Evergreen Elementary School in Moyie Springs, Idaho, to offset a $250,000 budget deficit. Teachers and staff will meet today to plan how to move forward, said Evergreen Principal Jim Nash. Nash also serves as the principal for Naples and Mt. Hall elementary schools.