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H :G d o b MORNING \ H W e a t h eER i , ■ . 1Tod^.CIoudy, chanceofshow- I . kers, c high 43. Cloudy c tonight, e d ia n c e of showc wers,low23. 1 1 H ^ H ; M a g i c V/> /alley ■ Treasures: A Kc Ketchum artist I ■ shows how o ne e n man^ trash [ - can b e an o th ea- r man’!s r trM- I sines. P a g e C l : I 'tiO N E Y Nominate now: L aiduevem entsin: in recreation a n d tourism ca n j tl& n - if y o u s p•eakup. e a P a g e D4 H O lJ T D O O R i . . P a g e A 2 f l : Industry I ' m get recogni- I 'RS « I ^ ^ ^ •1 I S a Hear m s Thursc =627 @ ■1 F a P > ; £ = 7 “ _ Y a MDELi_ lALlV t e fl Brae ■diey readi Jies to exit it, endorse e Gore R : as fbrontrunne lers focus > on each oother i G lassifie bog oh to ... 3 733-0931 J.','- orii^Burley'' IO>; f ^74042 . . Tho Associate a te d P w a _____________ J^ insult, saying Bush was ; ti too cozy at risk. “ Thro 'hroughout th e camwith the “extrem e right” t” as per- paign Pve affin ffirmed my Ixilief that v ' WASHING NGTON - Bill Bradley sonified s by th e N ationa nal R ifle, he is a good lod person. I h a v e readied aa .endoncment-of en old -----i us-broad-___worked with 1 hir him in the S enate.” S r tr b r e on >n W e d n esd ay as he caster c Pat Robertson. ^ , NeitFfurTJriri scriptied hi h is e x it fro m th e Brirdlej-'nor-McCain___ _ Bush also appealed to McCain’s M scheduled D em ocratic any anj public a p p e a r ­ ic p re sid e n tia l cam- desire,'often d stated on th poign.JohnX' ances during i McCain went home to p ing th e d a y , a n d paign, to deny G ore the IC W hite McCain h.id Anxona,hisB j decided dc to h a lt his s Republican challenge House. 1- “I wdtud say, ‘Joh 3h ^ let s candidacy for near an end, i, voluntarily V or now, n a senior aide o r not. team t< up and let’s win. Lei £ t’s^ b ^ t said. For botli, Gore and d Texas ' Ith, it was a sobering Gov. G eorge Al A Gore,” th e governor se «u°-.H c W ednesday ' . B ush, non y at f te r a S u p e r om inees-in -w aitin g , hastened h tO add he wasn't te< w ^ d - Tuesday that re ach e d out Dt effectively e e n d e d u t to th e ir d e f e a te d ing ii an offer of the vice pn presjden- their hopes : rivals and jah of ^virming w the W hite [abbed a t one another tial d spot on his tickeL jljSjy as they pivote , , House in 2000. Ited toward th e gener- Gore offered w arm woi •ords for Advisers to Bradley, B speaking “ al election. Bu Bush labeled th e vice Bradley, B whom he had ati DMttoenrtiopn iM > ik •Mk jtta ^ e d on condition of an lA IQ er» 'taftsto « n rtw r ( 1 d i ^ a president “an an agenr of W ashing- repeatedly n of anonymity, said in debates and d advc^ I so rp rtH ^W t We*MMliy to Ptw 9 ^ ^ In Joiin. T« ton»** a n d Gi G ore r e tu r n e d th e ti^Uig ti when th e nominatic don was P. e a s ij] sportsm en suff tface as issues s . fees $4.4 Em 'B lS H . tinues its forr the ,, , ia lly How they ■ seri^of ByN5.l 5. Nokkentved beleaguorc ■ previews | Tlme»M< ^ a w v w fte r_________ icred V 0teti-A 2 D epartm ment et :________ I of high ----- nn ■ school TWm TN FALLS - Not since the M ore from Game. sp rin g 'cp d rtsin tfa heM^c e ol governm ent proposed to W e d n nc e! s - B o is e - C U .8 VallQ r tbday. I butM a p lu to n iu m refinery in 52-18 ---------------------- P a g o B l m Id a h o in th e late 1980s )s - i " er only o l)rief debate, forso m any folks turned out to - to the Senate a bill pri- • • listen and on voice their opinions at . marily ratsii aising resident foes but C O M M U N ITY 'n ajniblic lie hearing here. lg fhe increase 4hrough- ' M oret ■e than SSO people attended T hursday's Child: YYc d ise, tag and perm it cateou c a n a publii >Iic h e a r in g W ednesday ■hile cutting p ric e s for h e lp find a hom e foi for a n Id a h o evening ng on f e d e r a l effo rts to and sen io r b ig gam e c h ild recover< tr endangered Snake River ^ y j hunters. -■ P a g e C S n and steelhead. hiwmakers still argued pie s ta rte d lining up well [1 before r 55 p jn . to sign up to speak, Please pi( see FEES. Page A2 O p i n i o n . . By the til tim e th e hearing.got start- U k e , for sure, dude: 1 p e o p le h a d signed up. if ^ o s e w ho spoke early in a « k a te p a rk for local Firefi cal skate- the even ;fighters ening ui'ged federal ofHb o ard ers would elim im m ate a lot dais to ) bi breach four federal dams S•W ' . B R * - '' ■ ^ o f conflict, todays i editorial ec onthelm lower S nake River to help l l l ^ l die in ambush M ys. I recover r th tl e fish. * Poopio llneil tlia lobby of Bf the Wastofl Plaza Hotel and td ConvenUon < C enter to n up u|: to speak nearly two houra ti P a g e A6 • A pam in el o f fe d e ra l officials Th.A.«>clin. riated P re ss_______________ I were in n town t to h e a r comments M But the e dedsion c on tlic face of lands in exchange for U .S; A rm y C orps of ■ t the rights MEMPHIS Section BY SE S E C T I O N I Engineer A fe w o p in io n s 5 - ■ A2 *he foj ur r dam s r e s ts w ith HIS, Tenn. - J-TrefiKhtto fish for salmon. « rs environm ental study ers respondi 17 n C o nsrcss. ;s. And c o n g ressio n al 3nding to a house fire Bronco said th e Sh isage-im provem eD ts-for^- • - :_ :,P e c l 8 lon b y fa ll? >hoshone- Wednesday l * “ wX aides repo lay were am hiislied by p o rt th e re su lts of the ■Bannock fe a r th a t Section A ® ,r u V r ti^ r : 2 - - K . i ; i Sin th e lo w » Snake River w ith o u t an off-diuy hearings to the Idaho delegation ty Memphis ^ fircfijjiitor breaching the dams, th< Woather . . .'.2 Mmle 3Vles . - ^ , 6 I in southiet leastem Washington. And the lower Snake Rivej h e salmon who stepped -er and the members, > ped out of th e Rarage i, who will consider the won’t recover. Salmon a Nation ....3 -S C" mmunity ..5 . tjieyhs •ard conunents on.a study possibility of using m< are a cuJ- and began nore Idaho n u m b er of com m ents on both n sishooting, authorities tural and spiritual cen: i,-,o by nine s ffe d e ra l .agencies - the irrigation w ater to hcl jnterpiece said. Two fire elp migrat- sides along firefighters and a slier- Opinlai . . . * 7 West !St ....4,7-8 AUHPnP' mg with o th e r factors, for the tribck oper - th a t lays out rccov- ing fish. . iff’s deputy said CharJc! Ity w ere killed, an d a •Jes Barnes, aide for U.S. . “ We’re losing o u r tr Wortd , : . . . ': 8 . imlngbfeafc.6 eiyoptiot ions for endangered Hsh trad itio n . woman was /as found d ead in the Som e p eo p le su spp t ect th e ir Rep. Mike e Simpson, S R-Idaho. We’re losing our culiun Dear arA/ bby. . . 6 throughou lout th e Coltunbia Basin, ire. WeVe garage. comments mean little, le. Federal L avernc I not just th< the S nake Rivei-. - 1C B ronco, o f th e losing oiur fish,” Bronco 'Said- sj . The suspcc >pected gunm an, Fred officials will compile c comments Shoslionc-Bi SectWnC ged p e o p le ju s t w anted to ^Bannock Tribes at Fort Se v e ra l environm ei e n ta ljs ts WiUiams, wa^ was wounded and was S C tlo n D only on the adequacy of the stud- Hall, remin linded federal offidals favored breaching but c fieir -opinions about the t opposed undergoing i o r t s . ....1-5 Outdo ies, on anything they n ing su rg ery , . F o iic c . may have of trea tie s tdoors . .1-3 I most big cs with In d ian tribes, u s i^ any Idaho irrigatio ligh p r o f ile issu es of don w ater Director Wah Vaher E. Crews sjiid. A overlooked. They won’t I’t consider sig n ed Ion ong b efo re th e dam s to increase flow s throj Comics.........6 Monej ney . . . .4 « recovery - th e proposal ough th e bystander nl.« nlso wa.s'wounded. i>ut whether people are sim] iiply for or were built. 1 I to breach t. In those treaties, the reservoirs behind the foi ch fo u r fe d e ra l dams on our dam.-;. not j«uioa«Jy. ^iy. against o particular opd< tion. tribe gave Q up u a portion of their Please sec SALMON )N.PageA2 - - Pie, Please seo ORE, Page A2 Sections Sed i c t i o n E I H a g lc \^ ..M classll S5lfled..l.8 .s