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Aberdeen, ID

Aberdeen Times

American Falls, ID

Power County Press
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Blackfoot, ID

Morning News

Boise City, ID

Boise Weekly
Idaho Business Review
Idaho Senior News
Idaho Statesman
Idaho World

Bonners Ferry, ID

Bonners Ferry Herald

Burley, ID

Weekly Mailer
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Challis, ID

Challis Messenger

Coeur d'Alene, ID

Coeur d'Alene Press
Spokesman Review

Cottonwood, ID

Cottonwood Chronicle

Council, ID

Adams County Record
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Driggs, ID

Teton Valley News
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Eagle, ID

Eagle Independent News

Emmett, ID

Messenger Index
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Fort Hall, ID

Sho-Ban News
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Grangeville, ID

Idaho County Free Press
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Homedale, ID

Owyhee Avalanche
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Idaho Falls, ID

Post Register
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Kamiah, ID

Clearwater Progress

Ketchum, ID

Idaho Mountain Express

Kuna, ID

Kuna Melba News
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Lewiston, ID

Lewiston Tribune
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McCall, ID

Star News

Meridian, ID

Meridian Valley Times

Montpelier, ID

News-Examiner

Moscow, ID

Moscow-Pullman Daily News

Mountain Home, ID

Mountain Home News
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Nampa, ID

Idaho Press-Tribune
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Orofino, ID

Clearwater Tribune
Window on the Clearwater
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Parkline, ID

Gazette-Record

Payette, ID

Independent Enterprise

Pocatello, ID

Idaho State Journal

Preston, ID

Preston Citizen

Priest River, ID

Priest River Times
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Rexburg, ID

Standard Journal

Rigby, ID

Jefferson Star
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Sandpoint, ID

Bonner County Daily Bee

Shelley, ID

Shelley Pioneer

Shoshone, ID

Shoshone News Press
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Twin Falls, ID

Ag Weekly
Times-News
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Weiser, ID

Signal American


Did you know?

A Late Upper Paleolithic archaeologic site was identified at Cooper's Ferry in western Idaho in 2019. Based on evidence found at the site, the first people lived in this area 15,300 to 16,600 years ago, predating the Bering Sea land bridge by about 1,000 years. The discoverers, anthropology professor Loren Davis and colleagues, emphasized that they possess similarities with tools and artifacts discovered in Japan that date from 13,000-16,000 years ago. The discovery also showed that the first people might not have come to North America by land, as previously theorized. On the contrary, they probably came through the water, using a Pacific coastal road.



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