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PNS Daily Newscast - June 5, 2020 


It will likely take donations to help the Twin Cities recover from damage by looters; and state and local governments look for relief in next stimulus bill.

2020Talks - June 5, 2020 


Democrats and Republicans have had drastically different responses to President Trump's militarized response to protests in the nation's capital. And, new electoral maps will be drawn next year, some by legislatures and others by outside entities.

Public News Service - ID: Rural/Farming

HAILEY, Idaho - While Idaho's Congressional delegation is taking up wolf de-listing at the federal level, an on-the-ground project demonstrating effective, non-lethal methods of managing wolves to protect sheep in the Wood River Valley is receiving a new round of support. Blaine County commissioners

BOISE, Idaho - A change in timing has led to a war of words. The group Defenders of Wildlife is ending its livestock and rancher compensation program after 23 years, as federal money becomes available to cover losses for the first time. The ending of the privately-funded program comes sooner than th

GRANGEVILLE, Idaho - The shipping route for extra tall and wide oil company project equipment planned on U.S. Highway 12 along the Clearwater and Lochsa Rivers in Idaho has taken a detour - to the courtroom. Three owners of tourism-based businesses along the route, which starts at the Port of Lewist

KETCHUM, Idaho - With better weather in the forecast this week, sheep are expected to start moving onto grazing allotments in Central Idaho's Big Wood River Valley - an area also home to wolves - and local experts are standing by to try to make sure neither sheep nor wolves are killed. The Big Wood

BOISE, Idaho - Experts claim the recession is over, but many people in rural Idaho aren't seeing improvement yet. That's the gist of an economic listening tour of rural counties, and the stories about what families are facing are on their way to Congress. The director of United Vision for Idaho (U

BOISE, Idaho - Idahoans are headed for the hills - hunting season is officially underway. Deer and waterfowl seasons are open around the state, with elk opening over the next couple of weeks. Idaho Fish and Game predicts hunters have good odds to get a deer and bag some waterfowl, but scoring an elk

BOISE, Idaho - Public health watchdogs want to be sure mercury pollution in Idaho is not set in concrete. The Ash Grove Cement Company is asking the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to exempt its Durkee plant just over the border in Eastern Oregon from new mercury pollution control requirements,

HAILEY, Idaho – Bright lights, brightly-colored fencing, and loud noises are three things wolves really dislike, and use of them is among strategies being deployed near Sun Valley to protect sheep and other livestock. The Idaho Department of Fish and Game, ranchers, and federal agencies have b

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