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Subsidies on heavy shipments criticized

BOISE – An Oregon congressman is calling for a federal investigation into plans for oversize shipments of oil equipment across U.S. Highway 12 to Canada, saying he doesn’t want U.S. …


ConocoPhillips appeals load ruling

ConocoPhillips is appealing to the Idaho Supreme Court 2nd District Judge John Bradbury’s ruling revoking its state permits to move four giant loads of oil refinery equipment over U.S. Highway …


Conoco appeals Highway 12 ruling on big rigs

ConocoPhillips is appealing to the Idaho Supreme Court 2nd District Judge John Bradbury’s ruling revoking its Idaho state permits to move four giant loads over Highway 12 from Lewiston to …


Judge stops huge loads, requires safety review

An Idaho judge on Tuesday revoked special permits allowing a company to truck four oversize loads of oil refinery equipment through a federally protected river corridor, saying the state failed …


Judge revokes permit for Highway 12 wide loads

A judge on Tuesday revoked special permits allowing a company to truck four oversized loads of oil refinery equipment through a federally protected river corridor, saying the state failed to …


ITD fails to reject judge in Highway 12 case

The Idaho Transportation Department failed Thursday to disqualify the judge in the U. S. Highway 12 giant truck shipments case, and he in turn delayed an injunction hearing from today …


Judge blocks permits for Highway 12 loads

BOISE – An Idaho judge on Tuesday temporarily blocked ConocoPhillips from hauling four giant loads of oil refinery equipment over U.S. Highway 12 from the Port of Lewiston to Montana. …


Groups fined over ads against judge

BOISE – Idaho Secretary of State Ben Ysursa has announced fines against two groups that launched last-minute campaign attacks against an Idaho Supreme Court candidate without following the disclosure requirements …


Idaho fines two campaign attack groups

Idaho Secretary of State Ben Ysursa has announced fines against two groups that launched last-minute campaign attacks against an Idaho Supreme Court candidate without following the disclosure requirements of the …


Court contender keeps ho-hum election interesting

BOISE - Idaho’s May 25 election is not just the primary election - it’s also the final say on the nonpartisan race for the Idaho Supreme Court and an array …


Idaho high court contests candidate’s statements

BOISE – The contested race for an Idaho Supreme Court seat has heated up, with the court itself now issuing statements disputing claims from the challenger, Lewiston Judge John Bradbury. …


Court won’t get involved in Idaho judges’ fight

The Supreme Court won’t get involved in a judicial fight in Idaho over whether a local judge violated the residency requirement for his job.


Idaho’s high court says judge must move

The Idaho Supreme Court says 2nd District Judge John Bradbury is violating the residency requirement for his seat on the bench, and must make his primary home in Idaho County …


Bradbury claims he’s being targeted

Judge John Bradbury, of Lewiston, long has been a self-described “burr under their saddle” to Idaho’s upper-echelon judicial establishment. An advocate of electing rather than appointing judges, he ran against …


Case points out judge’s dual role

BOISE – A bitter dispute between a crusading, reformist judge and Idaho’s judicial establishment is shining light on a little-noticed quirk: Idaho is the only state where, by law, the …