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Local Headlines 11-16-15

Jitasa adds former U.S. Rep. Richard Gephardt (Idaho Business Review)

Editorial: Immigration Reform Key to Magic Valley Growth (Times-News)

Marty Trillhaase: Is Idaho's Mr. Freedom having second thoughts? (Lewiston Tribune)

Marty Trillhaase: Yesterday's ethical red flags are today's costly errors (Lewiston Tribune)

Idaho governor: Sage grouse listing preferred over feds’ solution (Associated Press)

Idaho governor pledges support for rangeland fire associations (Capital Press)

Idaho tax incentive hurts locally-grown businesses (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Freedom Foundation submits records request seeking Yantis killing video (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

How Adams County can begin to heal (Idaho Statesman)

Environmental author speaks to resource council (Idaho Statesman)

Supporters of rancher killed in officer-involved shooting march peacefully in Council (Idaho Statesman)

Fighting wildfire in Idaho starts at home (Idaho Statesman)

Ethics in Idaho? Gem State Gets a D-Minus (Boise Weekly)

Simpson And Otter Weigh In On Idaho Sage Grouse Debate (Boise State Public Radio)

Wife Of Jailed Pastor Halts Public Advocacy, Cites Marital Abuse (Boise State Public Radio)

Numbers Show Increasing Death Rates For Middle-Aged White Idahoans (Boise State Public Radio)

Mining Company Clears Last Boise County Hurdle, Will Now Start Exploration (Boise State Public Radio)

Putting education resources in place (CDA Press)

Trustees, education leaders converge in Coeur d'Alene (Idaho Education News)

West Ada's super search hits wall (Idaho Education News)

Sayer continues to urge work force, education investments (Idaho Education News)