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Keeping our public lands in public hands

It isn’t every day that a national conservation group dedicated to wilderness protection and an organization advocating for motorized recreation unite to take on a common adversary. But such is the case currently as The Wilderness Society and Idaho-based ShareTrails.org/Blue Ribbon Coalition have joined forces to beat back the biggest threat to America’s public lands we have ever seen.

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Why Democrats are relevant

Andrew Malcolm may want to preach to a Republican choir about Democrats’ relevancy, but when Americans look beyond the lies and hypocrisy, they will turn back to the Democrats for honesty and economic security.

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Idaho Climate Summit: Solutions to safeguard our economy

We are witnessing more intense wildfires, hurricanes, drought and floods in line with what climate science predicts. Our businesses and communities will increasingly face extreme weather and greater resource constraints and costs. To succeed and thrive, we need to encourage dialogue, devise solutions and share learnings.

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Taking the time to look more deeply: 40 years of public radio in Idaho

Most listeners know Boise State Public Radio as the home of NPR News programs such as Morning Edition, one of the most popular radio shows in the country. One of its national hosts is Idaho native Rachel Martin, who this summer shared the ups-and-downs of her 25th high school reunion with the nation, broadcasting a series of personal stories from Idaho Falls.

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