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  • Apr 2-8, 2008
  • Vol. 16, No. 40



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  • Almost Got One

    The Idaho Statesman was a finalist, not a winner, but a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for its reporting on U.S. Sen. Larry Craig's bathroom problems.

    They were nominated in the "breaking news" category, but lost out to the Washington Post's coverage of the Virginia Tech sniper incident.

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  • The Hunt Begins

    It's been a grand total of five days since gray wolves were removed from the federal endangered species act and already at least five wolves have been killed in Idaho and Wyoming.

    Two wolves were shot by a landowner near Ashton in eastern Idaho on Monday, and three more were killed over the weekend in Sublette County, Wyo., on the western edge of the state.

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  • Intermountain Gas Confirms Sale

    Roughly 330 Intermountain Gas Company employees are wondering about the security of their jobs this morning.

    Bill Glynn, president of the Boise-based Intermountain Gas and it’s parent company, Intermountain Industries, confirmed to BW that the privately held utility is moving forward with the sale of the company.

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  • Idaho In The Top 10

    Just not really the list you want to be on: The Dover Bridge in Bonner County made the Popular Mechanics list of "Top 10 Pieces of U.S. Infrastructure We Must Fix Now."

    That shuffling sound you heard was Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter rewriting his talking points on transportation issues.

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