In this photo from 1979 or 1980, Cecil Andrus, left, then the U.S. secretary of the interior, talks to U.S. Sen. Frank Church, center, and Idaho Gov. John Evans.
In this photo from 1979 or 1980, Cecil Andrus, left, then the U.S. secretary of the interior, talks to U.S. Sen. Frank Church, center, and Idaho Gov. John Evans. Provided by Idaho Democratic Party
In this photo from 1979 or 1980, Cecil Andrus, left, then the U.S. secretary of the interior, talks to U.S. Sen. Frank Church, center, and Idaho Gov. John Evans. Provided by Idaho Democratic Party

Cecil Andrus, Idaho’s Democratic icon, looks back on career

June 07, 2016 12:27 AM

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