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Market Watch
Amgen finds data falsified in obesity-diabetes study featuring grizzly bearsA scientific paper that had captured widespread attention because its subjects
Amgen finds data falsified in obesity-diabetes study featuring grizzly bears
Market Watch / Posted 13 hours ago
A scientific paper that had captured widespread attention because its subjects were massive grizzly bears was retracted on Tuesday after one of the authors was said to have manipulated some of the data. The paper attracted news coverage around the... Read more
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The Columbian
Spotlight on YouthScholarships MOUNTAIN VIEW HIGH SCHOOL These 2015 graduates reported receivin
Spotlight on Youth
The Columbian / Posted yesterday
Scholarships MOUNTAIN VIEW HIGH SCHOOL These 2015 graduates reported receiving the following scholarships: Lauren Barton received a Mandy Zoe Lathim “Live with Purpose” Memorial Scholarship; Cole Demert received a New American University... Read more
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Boise Weekly
Firewatch: More Scorched Earth, Yellow Jackets and Hazardous Air QualityFirefighters in north-central Idaho and eastern and central Washington continue
Firewatch: More Scorched Earth, Yellow Jackets and Hazardous Air Quality
Boise Weekly / Posted 5 days ago
Firefighters in north-central Idaho and eastern and central Washington continue to struggle with some of the worst wildfires of the season, but they're also dealing with persistent stings from swarms of yellow jackets. "We're seeing multiple stings... Read more
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KPVI News 6 Pocatello
No charges for UI football players accused of stealingMOSCOW, Idaho (AP) — The Moscow Police Department is not filing any charges aga
No charges for UI football players accused of stealing
KPVI News 6 Pocatello / Posted 5 days ago
MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) — The Moscow Police Department is not filing any charges against a group of University of Idaho football players who took about $400 worth of clothing from the campus store after football coach Paul Petrino returned the items. The... Read more
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KBOI-TV Boise
No charges for UI football players accused of stealing MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) — The Moscow Police Department is not filing any charges a
No charges for UI football players accused of stealing
KBOI-TV Boise / Posted 5 days ago
MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) — The Moscow Police Department is not filing any charges against a group of University of Idaho football players who took about $400 worth of clothing from the campus store... Read more
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The Source Weekly
Fire in the BloodYvette Leecy walks through the fire camp like it's her home—and in many ways, i
Fire in the Blood
The Source Weekly / Posted 6 days ago
Yvette Leecy walks through the fire camp like it's her home—and in many ways, it is. She stops to greet the crew serving meals to firefighters, grabbing a sack lunch and asking how long they've been working fires. Some are relatives, others are... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
Football players won't face charges for VandalStore theftCharges will not be filed against three University of Idaho football players ac
Football players won't face charges for VandalStore theft
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted 6 days ago
Charges will not be filed against three University of Idaho football players accused of stealing from the campus book store. Details of the incident are described in a Moscow Police Department report obtained by the Moscow Pullman Daily News through... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
University of Idaho, WSU get grant to map wildfire threats | News - Home POSTED: 12:24 PM PDT August 26, 2015 SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — R
University of Idaho, WSU get grant to map wildfire threats
KTVZ Bend / Posted 6 days ago
| News - Home POSTED: 12:24 PM PDT August 26, 2015 SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Researchers at the University of Idaho and Washington... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
University of Idaho, WSU get grant to map wildfire threatsSPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Researchers at the University of Idaho and Washington Sta
University of Idaho, WSU get grant to map wildfire threats
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 6 days ago
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Researchers at the University of Idaho and Washington State University will be working to map where severe wildfires are likely to occur in the Northwest thanks to a $2.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation. The... Read more
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Boise Weekly
Roll Out the Beer BarrelBarrel aged beer is having a heyday. From imperial stouts to barleywines, brewe
Roll Out the Beer Barrel
Boise Weekly / Posted 6 days ago
Barrel aged beer is having a heyday. From imperial stouts to barleywines, brewers are aging their beers in oak barrels in order to impart a range of complex flavors. While old bourbon barrels can add rich vanilla and caramel notes to chocolatey... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
University of Idaho, WSU get grant to map wildfire threatsSPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - Researchers at the University of Idaho and Washington Sta
University of Idaho, WSU get grant to map wildfire threats
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 6 days ago
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - Researchers at the University of Idaho and Washington State University will be working to map where severe wildfires are likely to occur in the Northwest thanks to a $2.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation. The... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
SEL donates $2 million to realign runwayAug. 25--With the Monday announcement of $1 million donation from Schweitzer En
SEL donates $2 million to realign runway
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted 7 days ago
Aug. 25--With the Monday announcement of $1 million donation from Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories and an additional $1 million donation from SEL Founder Ed Schweitzer and his wife, Beatriz, the local minimum match of $7.2 million required for the... Read more
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Bleacher Report
It's Time for UF to Name Grier StarterThe writing is on the wall. Will Grier will be Florida's starting quarterback
It's Time for UF to Name Grier Starter
Bleacher Report / Posted 8 days ago
The writing is on the wall. Will Grier will be Florida's starting quarterback eventually, even if head coach Jim McElwain won't say it at the midway point in fall camp. In fact, McElwain is sitting on the fence in the offseason battle between... Read more
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The Morning Call
'My Classic Car' host Dennis Gage spreads love of all things wheelsIf you've always been a fan of Pringles potato chips, you might want to make a
'My Classic Car' host Dennis Gage spreads love of all things wheels
The Morning Call / Posted 10 days ago
If you've always been a fan of Pringles potato chips, you might want to make a point of stopping by the 37th Annual Wheels of Time Rod and Custom Jamboree in Macungie, which runs Aug. 28-30. Dennis Gage, the mustachioed co-creator of the classic... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
July was Earth's hottest month on record; scientists say climate change is worsening California droughtIn a dramatic sign of climate change's growing impact, this July was the warmes
July was Earth's hottest month on record; scientists say climate change is worsening California drought
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 11 days ago
In a dramatic sign of climate change's growing impact, this July was the warmest month on Earth since modern temperature records were first kept in 1880, federal scientists announced Thursday. While climate change isn't causing California's drought,... Read more
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The Daily Review
July was Earth's hottest month on record; scientists say climate change is worsening California droughtIn a dramatic sign of climate change's growing impact, this July was the warmes
July was Earth's hottest month on record; scientists say climate change is worsening California drought
The Daily Review / Posted 11 days ago
In a dramatic sign of climate change's growing impact, this July was the warmest month on Earth since modern temperature records were first kept in 1880, federal scientists announced Thursday. While climate change isn't causing California's drought,... Read more
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Quartz
Research says 27% of California’s drought attributable to climate change - Quartz As California’s four-year drought has drinking and groundwater res
Research says 27% of California’s drought attributable to climate change
Quartz / Posted 11 days ago
- Quartz As California’s four-year drought has drinking and groundwater reserves at dangerously low... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Petrino: 'I never threatened Mr. Dugar 'The Idaho Vandals responded to Thursday's story by the Moscow-Pullman Daily New
Petrino: 'I never threatened Mr. Dugar '
KHQ Spokane / Posted 12 days ago
The Idaho Vandals responded to Thursday's story by the Moscow-Pullman Daily News that claimed Head Coach Paul Petrino threatened to physically attack reporter Michael-Shawn Dugar. Below is a statement released from the University of Idaho: Director... Read more
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Mashable
Global warming is amplifying California drought conditionsWhat's This?The Jerusalem Fire burns in Lake and Napa Counties near the town of
Global warming is amplifying California drought conditions
Mashable / Posted 12 days ago
What's This?The Jerusalem Fire burns in Lake and Napa Counties near the town of Clearlake, CA on August 11, 2015. Image: Stuart Palley/ZUMA Press/Corbis One question that's lingered as long as the drought itself is just how much, if any, of the... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Solo exhibition opens PSU museum’s seasonThe Pittsburg State University Museum of Art will open its 2015-16 season with
Solo exhibition opens PSU museum’s season
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 12 days ago
The Pittsburg State University Museum of Art will open its 2015-16 season with a solo exhibition by artist Cory Peeke entitled “a higher education.” The exhibit will open in the University Gallery on Monday, August 24, and will run through November... Read more
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KOAM-TV Pittsburg
Solo exhibition opens PSU museum’s seasonThe Pittsburg State University Museum of Art will open its 2015-16 season with
Solo exhibition opens PSU museum’s season
KOAM-TV Pittsburg / Posted 12 days ago
The Pittsburg State University Museum of Art will open its 2015-16 season with a solo exhibition by artist Cory Peeke entitled “a higher education.” The exhibit will open in the University Gallery on Monday, August 24, and will run through November... Read more
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Fulda Free Press
Fulda Free PressWe look forward to introducing you to more new teachers in the weeks to come. T
Fulda Free Press
Fulda Free Press / Posted 13 days ago
We look forward to introducing you to more new teachers in the weeks to come. Tyler Morgan Tyler Morgan grew up in Anchorage, Alaska, and graduated from dimond High School in 2008. After graduation, he chose to attend the University of Idaho in... Read more
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KPVI News 6 Pocatello
Idaho Land Board increases payments to beneficiariesBOISE, Idaho (AP) — The Idaho Land Board has approved substantial increases to
Idaho Land Board increases payments to beneficiaries
KPVI News 6 Pocatello / Posted 14 days ago
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The Idaho Land Board has approved substantial increases to public schools and other endowment beneficiaries. The board on Tuesday voted 5-0 to increase payouts by nearly 12 percent in fiscal year 2017 above the previous... Read more
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Boise Weekly
Land Board to Boost Contributions to Idaho's Public Schools in FY 2017Idaho's public schools are about to get a much-needed infusion of cash. This m
Land Board to Boost Contributions to Idaho's Public Schools in FY 2017
Boise Weekly / Posted 14 days ago
Idaho's public schools are about to get a much-needed infusion of cash. This morning, the Idaho State Board of Land Commissioners voted unanimously to approve an 11.8 percent increase in distributions to its beneficiaries, and one of the biggest... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
Southern Miss recognizes 13 students in hydrographic scienceThis is a news release from The University of Southern Mississippi. Thirteen g
Southern Miss recognizes 13 students in hydrographic science
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 16 days ago
This is a news release from The University of Southern Mississippi. Thirteen graduates of the Joint International Hydrographic Applied Science Program (JIHASP) at The University of Southern Mississippi were recognized during a special ceremony held... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Southern Miss recognizes 13 students in hydrographic scienceThis is a news release from The University of Southern Mississippi. Thirteen g
Southern Miss recognizes 13 students in hydrographic science
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 16 days ago
This is a news release from The University of Southern Mississippi. Thirteen graduates of the Joint International Hydrographic Applied Science Program (JIHASP) at The University of Southern Mississippi were recognized during a special ceremony held... Read more
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Crosscut
"A quiet crisis": The rise of acidic soil in WashingtonGary Wegner first noticed the problem in 1991, when a field on his family’s far
"A quiet crisis": The rise of acidic soil in Washington
Crosscut / Posted 16 days ago
Gary Wegner first noticed the problem in 1991, when a field on his family’s farm west of Spokane produced one-fourth the usual amount of wheat. His father and grandfather attributed the problem to farming on shallow soils, but Wegner decided to dig... Read more
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BC Local News
Surrey's Kim wins national junior golf titleA pair of Surrey golfers stood above the field last weekend at Canadian Junior
Surrey's Kim wins national junior golf title
BC Local News / Posted 19 days ago
A pair of Surrey golfers stood above the field last weekend at Canadian Junior Girls Golf Championships in Saskatchewan. Michelle Kim, an 18-year-old member of Team Canada's development squad, and fellow Surrey golfer Hannah Lee finished first and... Read more
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Surrey Leader
Surrey's Kim wins national junior golf titleA pair of Surrey golfers stood above the field last weekend at Canadian Junior
Surrey's Kim wins national junior golf title
Surrey Leader / Posted 19 days ago
A pair of Surrey golfers stood above the field last weekend at Canadian Junior Girls Golf Championships in Saskatchewan. Michelle Kim, an 18-year-old member of Team Canada's development squad, and fellow Surrey golfer Hannah Lee finished first and... Read more
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Peace Arch News
Surrey's Kim wins national junior golf titleA pair of Surrey golfers stood above the field last weekend at Canadian Junior
Surrey's Kim wins national junior golf title
Peace Arch News / Posted 19 days ago
A pair of Surrey golfers stood above the field last weekend at Canadian Junior Girls Golf Championships in Saskatchewan. Michelle Kim, an 18-year-old member of Team Canada's development squad, and fellow Surrey golfer Hannah Lee finished first and... Read more
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Boise Weekly
University of Idaho Will Introduce First-Year Law to Boise in 2017In a landmark announcement that some had been waiting decades for, the Universi
University of Idaho Will Introduce First-Year Law to Boise in 2017
Boise Weekly / Posted 19 days ago
In a landmark announcement that some had been waiting decades for, the University of Idaho said today that it would add first-year law in Boise by Fall by 2017. Currently U of I law students must attend their first year in Moscow, with second- and... Read more
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Bleacher Report
QB Recruit's Fight for a Scholarship OfferThe 17-year-old 3-star quarterback and shooting guard for the Havre (Montana) B
QB Recruit's Fight for a Scholarship Offer
Bleacher Report / Posted 20 days ago
The 17-year-old 3-star quarterback and shooting guard for the Havre (Montana) Blue Ponies is a throwback in many ways. Since he entered high school, he’s been busy rewriting Havre High’s record books on the gridiron and the hardwood. According to... Read more
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The Times Leader
Hilltoppers picked 5th in MEC pollDefending champion Concord, which went unbeaten in MEC action last fall and adv
Hilltoppers picked 5th in MEC poll
The Times Leader / Posted 25 days ago
Defending champion Concord, which went unbeaten in MEC action last fall and advanced all the way to the NCAA Division II national semifinals in postseason play, was revealed as an overwhelming favorite to defend its title during the league's annual... Read more
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The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
West Liberty Is Picked Fifth In MEC PollDefending champion Concord, which went unbeaten in MEC action last fall and adv
West Liberty Is Picked Fifth In MEC Poll
The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register / Posted 26 days ago
Defending champion Concord, which went unbeaten in MEC action last fall and advanced to the NCAA Division II national semifinals, was revealed as an overwhelming favorite to defend its title during the league's annual Media Day event at the... Read more
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The Alaska Star
Pack of Wolves swells with more athletes The Wolves square off against the Bartlett Bears last year. The Wolves had a
Pack of Wolves swells with more athletes
The Alaska Star / Posted 26 days ago
The Wolves square off against the Bartlett Bears last year. The Wolves had a winless season against teams culled from schools with comparably higher enrollment than at Eagle River High. This year, the Wolves... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Idaho Vandals Open Fall CampMOSCOW, Idaho – Coach Paul Petrino and his players had the same thoughts after
Idaho Vandals Open Fall Camp
KHQ Spokane / Posted 27 days ago
MOSCOW, Idaho – Coach Paul Petrino and his players had the same thoughts after the University of Idaho Vandals opened fall camp 2015 – there has been tremendous progress made since Petrino took over three years ago when these players were practically... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Pangos Preparing to Take Next Step in Basketball Career In less than a month, Kevin Pangos will start a new chapter of his basketball
Pangos Preparing to Take Next Step in Basketball Career
KHQ Spokane / Posted 28 days ago
In less than a month, Kevin Pangos will start a new chapter of his basketball career. The point guard recently signed a contract with Herbalife CB Gran Canaria and will play in the Liga ACB,... Read more
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ABC Montana
Pangos Signs With Spanish Team Gran Canaria Former Gonzaga star Kevin Pangos signed his firs professional contract with H
Pangos Signs With Spanish Team Gran Canaria
ABC Montana / Posted 30 days ago
Former Gonzaga star Kevin Pangos signed his firs professional contract with Herbalife Gran Canaria of Las Palmas, Spain in the Liga ACB, the top league in... Read more
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Mission City Record
Scarrow erodes five-stroke deficit for championship winJake Scarrow of Mission overcame a five-stroke deficit in just 10 holes to win
Scarrow erodes five-stroke deficit for championship win
Mission City Record / Posted 1 months ago
Jake Scarrow of Mission overcame a five-stroke deficit in just 10 holes to win the British Columbia Junior Boys' Championship at the Park Meadows Course at the Osoyoos Golf Club in July. The incoming University of Idaho freshman shot a final round... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Assistant coach in Illini women's suit gets results - at a cost, critics sayAs players transferred out of the University of Illinois women's basketball pro
Assistant coach in Illini women's suit gets results - at a cost, critics say
Chicago Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
As players transferred out of the University of Illinois women's basketball program this past season, then-associate head coach Mike Divilbiss may have had a feeling of deja vu. His emotional, hard-line style has netted successful results over a... Read more
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KIRO 7 Seattle-Tacoma
Salmon habitat protected in E. Idaho conservation easementA conservation easement has been attained on an east-central Idaho ranch that's
Salmon habitat protected in E. Idaho conservation easement
KIRO 7 Seattle-Tacoma / Posted 1 months ago
A conservation easement has been attained on an east-central Idaho ranch that's been a top priority for state and federal authorities for years because it contains important spawning streams for threatened salmon and steelhead. The agreement between... Read more
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PhysOrg
As power grows, so does generosityThe saying "power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely" is
As power grows, so does generosity
PhysOrg / Posted 1 months ago
The saying "power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely" is so pervasive it's taken as fact. Certainly there are plenty of examples of power abuse, but new research from University of Michigan professor Leigh Tost finds that those... Read more

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