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PNS Daily News - October 16, 2019 


Farmers in DC to discuss trade and the rural economic crisis; also Lily Bohlke reports on the Democratic debate -- from 2020 Talks.

2020Talks - October 16, 2019 


Last night in Ohio the fourth Democratic debate covered issues from health care, gun control and abortion to the Turkish invasion of Syria. What's clear: Sen. Elizabeth Warren has replaced former VP Joe Biden as the centerstage target.

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Public News Service - ID: Salmon Recovery

KOOSKIA, Idaho - Four oversized ConocoPhilips machinery loads are scheduled to travel Idaho's U.S. Highway 12 on February 1, or soon after. Those opposed to the shipments, however, may seek a judicial review. The Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) issued a special permit for the plan, but Linwoo

BOISE, Idaho - The Snake River Basin is on a new "top 10" list of U.S. ecosystems that are home to fish, wildlife and plants at risk of extinction. Each habitat on the list is described as threatened because of a changing climate but not considered a lost cause. The report describes conservation ac

BOISE, Idaho - An epic tale of the Northwest is headed for the big screen. The story of endangered wild salmon in Idaho is more than a story about lawsuits, political debates, science, electricity and irrigation. That's the case being made in a film premiering this week, called "The Greatest Migrati

BOISE, Idaho - Papers are being shuffled today in the long-running lawsuit over the federal "salmon plan" that outlines actions to recover fish listed as endangered. Conservation groups, sport fishing industry organizations, tribes and the State of Oregon are filing responses to federal scientific i

BOISE, Idaho - Willow weavers are busy working along Idaho riverbanks this fall. They're not weaving baskets, though. Instead, their work is providing a safety net to improve fish habitat and raise local water tables. Idaho Fish and Game staff, along with dozens of volunteers, are literally weavin

BOISE, Idaho - The Idaho Fish and Game Department October newsletter has declared this the "year of the sockeye," with 1,400 of the endangered species expected to complete their journey to Idaho from the ocean this fall. That compares to just one fish in 1992, and zero fish in some years. Greg Sta

BOISE, Idaho - Riding the current is the healthier option for baby Idaho salmon and steelhead making their way to the Pacific Ocean, according to a new scientific assessment. That advice will be reviewed by a federal judge who is weighing a request from the Obama administration to stop letting sprin

BOISE, Idaho - A Federal judge has put endangered Idaho wild salmon and steelhead on the court menu today, and he's expressed hopes it will be the last time. Judge James Redden has asked for changes, based on the "best available science," to the federal plan to keep endangered wild species from goin

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