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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Idaho State Journal
The Idaho State Journal is a U.S. daily tabloid newspaper serving the Pocatello, Idaho, area. The paper has a circulation of 17,116 daily, 17,825 Sunday. It is owned by the Seattle-based Pioneer Newspapers. - Source: Wikipedia
Idaho's population grew 1 percent from 2012 to 2013, but a decrease in job activity caused the state's larger cities to lose residents or not grow as fast, according to state labor officials.
Officials in eastern Idaho say miscues on Election Day in Caribou County occurred because of a lack of experienced workers.
Voters in Pocatello in southeast Idaho have chosen to keep in place an ordinance banning discrimination against a person because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
Idaho State University officials are removing a giant letter "I'' from a Pocatello hill because it's considered too dangerous to hikers and other people passing by.
Authorities are looking for suspects after three pharmacies in Pocatello and Chubbuck were robbed this past week.
Officials say a worker was injured when a flash fire ignited at a Malad City white pumice extraction and refining facility.
Two eastern Idaho men police say threatened several residents who stayed up late to watch the recent lunar eclipse face charges.
Oneida County Sheriff Jeff Semrad was in Colorado about a year ago when he received the darkest phone call of his 31-year career in law enforcement. Three people had been found murdered in a remote farmhouse near the tiny community of Holbrook.
Authorities in eastern Idaho are investigating after finding the bodies of two women in a span of about 15 minutes in separate locations.
Authorities in Pocatello have closed a trail after two coyotes approached a woman walking a small dog on a leash and one of the coyotes attacked the dog.
A southern Idaho woman has agreed to repay $1.2 million to her former employer after pleading guilty to felony larceny.
Authorities in eastern Idaho say a sport utility vehicle rear-ended a school bus but neither of the two students aboard the bus was injured.
A former Bannock County elections supervisor who pleaded guilty to petit theft after walking out of a Walmart with less than $20 in merchandise has been fined $500 and given a year of probation.
Idaho State University could lose its license to conduct nuclear research from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission if a bill to allow concealed weapons on college campuses becomes law, Idaho Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter said.
The Idaho Attorney General's office has notified an eastern Idaho teacher that the state Department of Education is not going to pursue disciplinary action against her teaching certificate.