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St. Luke’s has sued Idaho’s prison healthcare contractor over what it claims are low reimbursement rates and underpaid medical bills. 

Camas County Picnic Association

Sharon Kohler was raised in a farmhouse near Fairfield, Idaho. She remembers the annual pioneer picnic which would take place every summer in Camas County, and how they sometimes held it in the Pioneer Mountains north of Fairfield. But for the last couple of decades, organizers have held it in town.


Matt Guilhem / Boise State Public Radio

Earlier this week, the Trump Administration threatened China with $200 billion in new tariffs as trade relations between the superpowers continue to fray. The tit-for-tat has some communities in Idaho concerned and looking for answers.

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Authorities in eastern Idaho say up to 27 inmates participated in a riot in the maximum security section at the Bannock County Jail.

Downtown Boise Association

Boise’s 32nd annual Twilight Criterium will take over much of downtown on Saturday with about 350 cyclists expected to compete. This day-long event will bring several road closures to the area.

For Sale Coldwell Banker House Sold
Adam Cotterell / Boise State Public Radio

The blazing hot real estate market in Ada County has just set two new records and it's all about the numbers.

Jeremy Nicholson / Idaho Fish and Game

This bear is taking a nap, courtesy of Idaho Fish and Game. The young male grizzly was trapped near the Mill Creek Campground in Island Park Wednesday.

Emilie Ritter Saunders / StateImpact Idaho

Yogurt giant Chobani is at odds with Twin Falls over the assessed value of its facilities in the Magic Valley. While both sides describe the tiff as amicable, the dollar amounts involved are huge.

Courtesy of the City of Boise

Boise is in the middle of a building boom and hotels are no exception. This week, Boise City Council approved a new development on Front Street between 5th and 6th Streets.

 

Amelia Templeton / OPB

This week President Trump pardoned two Oregon ranchers serving five-year prison terms for arson on federal lands. The two men had become a cause celebre in the ongoing fight between ranchers and the federal government over water and grazing rights.

 


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On The Friday, July 20, 2018 Edition Of Idaho Matters:

Our team of Idaho reporters breaks down the week's headlines. Reporter Davia Nelson visits the Basque tradition of the Annual Sheepherder's Ball.

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