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PNS Daily Newscast - July 19, 2019 


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Public News Service - ID: Salmon Recovery

PHOTO: Idaho's Sockeye salmon named one of the most endangered species in the nation. Photo courtesy of Save Our Wild Salmon.

BOISE, Idaho - Idaho's sockeye salmon are named on a list of the most endangered species in the nation. The Endangered Species Coalition issues the report each year, and this time the focus is on water ecosystems. Greg Stahl, assistant policy director for Idaho Rivers United, says it's no secret t

PHOTO: Suction dredge mining. Photo courtesy of Idaho Conservation League.

BOISE, Idaho - Plans to dredge for gold in the Salmon River have landed in court. A lawsuit has been filed to require the state to approve a restoration plan for the suction dredging lease, claiming it's required by state law - but didn't happen when the Idaho Land Board approved the lease last mon

PHOTO: Sockeye salmon in Redfish Lake. Photo credit: Neil Ever Osborne/Save Our Wild Salmon

BOISE, Idaho - Each autumn, agencies take stock of how the state's native salmon and steelhead are faring. Spring chinook are holding steady compared with last year, summer chinook are down about 70 percent, sockeye are down more than 70 percent and steelhead and fall chinook counts are still under

PHOTO: Suction dredge mining. Photo credit: J. Hayes

BOISE, Idaho - Idaho has been experiencing a mini gold rush as the price of the precious metal stays at record highs, with hundreds of miners heading to rivers and streams with motorized suction dredging equipment to try to extract gold flakes from riverbeds. One proposal for such an operation is fo

PHOTO: Rail cars loaded with coal.

BOISE, Idaho - Supplying coal to Asia could be the next threat to endangered Idaho salmon and steelhead, according to a new report assessing impacts of ramped-up coal train traffic as the industry plans to boost exports through West Coast terminals. Coal trains would travel through Idaho and along

BOISE, Idaho - Fifty-two members of Congress from all around the country, and both parties, sent a letter to President Obama this week, asking him to move the controversy over endangered wild salmon and steelhead out of the courtroom and onto a table. Specifically, they want all stakeholders to meet

SALMON, Idaho - Two men are attempting what's being called "The Great Salmon Race" today. The ultra-marathoners are running along the Middle Fork of the Salmon River into the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness to follow the migration route of Idaho's Snake River salmon. Athlete Luke Nelson

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

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