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POCATELLO — Bannock Development Corporation board member Arlen Wittrock was elated about statistics from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics that show Pocatello has made great strides in average wages from 2013 to 2014.
Rep. Ken Andrus, R-Lava Hot Springs, said he has no problem being the only legislator in Southeast Idaho who voted against the child support legislation passed by a special one-day session of the Legislature last week.
When Christopher Schulthies set out March 15 with a group of bounty hunters to search for an Ada County fugitive, he carried a .40-caliber Smith & Wesson semiautomatic pistol. Ninety minutes later, Philip Clay, 58, lay dying on the pavement at an apartment complex in Ammon, east of Idaho Falls.
BLACKFOOT — Joanna Baird has welcomed international exchange students to Idaho for the past five years. Their first exposure to rural America usually includes a trip to Wal-Mart and a root-beer float.
POCATELLO — Two brothers who spent time helping survivors of earthquakes in Nepal — Ely and Jesse Taysom — participated in a Wednesday fundraising walk on the Idaho State University campus to continue efforts to help the country high in the Himalayas.
FORT HALL — America has the best health care in the world for some of the people, some of the time, Kathleen Sebelius, former secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, told a capacity crowd at the Idaho Healthcare Summit.
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