AP-ID--Idaho News Coverage,ADVISORY, ID
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Idaho at 1:15 p.m.
MIDDLETON — Teachers and aides put on leave after donning caricatured outfits depicting Mexican people and a border wall for Halloween will return to work, an Idaho school district says, but an interim principal will remain. SENT: 330 words.
SALEM, Ore. — Two ranchers in eastern Oregon are working with state wildlife officials to test a new strategy for preventing wolf attacks on livestock. The Capital Press reported Thursday that Rodger Huffman, president of the Union County Cattlemen’s Association, and Cynthia Warnock, president of the Wallowa County Stockgrowers Association, will develop plans that emphasize non-lethal methods such as range rider, alarm boxes and electrified fencing to keep wolves away. SENT: 130 words. Will be updated.
FISH AND GAME-DIRECTOR: Idaho Fish and Game director announces retirement
FORMER SHERIFF-GUILTY: Former Idaho sheriff pleads guilty to misuse of public funds