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Christie questions if Obama cares about US

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie questioned Friday whether President Barack Obama cares about the United States, adding that, more than six years into Obama's presidency, "we still don't even know" who he is.

Contractors donate 200 000 of work for new community cente

Contractors donate $200,000 of work to build a community center

Almost a year after the junior high closed and students were relocated in Salmon, local contractors are donating $200,000 worth of work to start filling the void.

Looking at the bomb squad technonlogy

Looking at the bomb squad technology

The Idaho Falls Regional Bomb Squad has been around since 2007 and is federally accredited to handle just such discoveries.

Parts of Yellowstone opens to public

Parts of Yellowstone opens to public

When parts of Yellowstone opened up to the public Friday, a lot people wasted no time getting into the park.

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Increase in LDS missionaries doesn't lead to equal spike in converts

New figures from the Mormon church show that a record increase in missionaries didn't lead to an equally dramatic spike in converts.

Nuclear officials report minor accident at site

Nuclear officials told a citizen's advisory board recently that a minor accident last year temporarily shut down work at a cleanup site in eastern Idaho and exposed a staffer to low levels of radiation.

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Idaho Falls Zoo's oldest bird dies

The oldest bird at the Idaho Falls Zoo at Tautphaus Park has died, the city said Friday.

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Man convicted of poaching 6-point bull elk near Jackson

Wildlife officials say a man has been convicted of illegally shooting and killing a six-point bull elk northeast of Jackson.

Idaho unemployment remains at 7-year low

Idaho's unemployment rate fell to 3.8 percent in March with 5,400 workers finding jobs in the largest one-month increase on record.

State Police to get new $5.4M Pocatello office

Before the Idaho legislative session came to a close, lawmakers awarded Idaho State Police the $5.4 million needed to build a new District 5 headquarters.





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