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Idaho Land Board will stick with timberland-buying strategy

Gov. Brad Little’s desire to make a significant course change involving a politically charged strategy on how to invest millions of dollars to benefit public schools and other beneficiaries has been rejected by his fellow members on the Idaho Land Board.

Idaho to continue buying timberland and farmland

Idaho officials have decided to continue buying timberland and farmland to generate revenue for public schools following a financial consultant’s review of the state’s reinvestment plan.

FBI says West Side robber may have hit Spokane bank

The FBI said a bank robbery in downtown Spokane on Friday might have been committed by the “Roscoe Bandit,” who is suspected of robbing three banks in Western Washington. Spokane police spokeswoman Officer Teresa Fuller said police responded about 11 a.m. to Numerica Credit Union, 502 W. Riverside Ave.

Group hopes to change forest rules

Northeast Washington’s arid forests aren’t suited to large clear-cuts or aerial spraying of herbicides, says a citizens group that wants to change the state’s forest practices rules. The group, which calls itself Log Smarter, formed after Port-land-based Forest Capital Partners bought 265,000 acres in Stevens, Ferry and Pend Oreille counties. Over the past five years, bare spots have appeared on hillsides as the company cleared stands of trees and killed underbrush with herbicides.