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A Tiny Town In Idaho Welcomes The State's First All-Latino City Council

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The container yard at the Port of Lewiston, Idaho is virtually empty. Last year at this time there were 250 containers here, ready to carry farmer's crops down the Snake and Columbia Rivers to the Port of Portland and onto Asia and South America. Conrad Wilson /OPB hide caption

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Northwest Legume Farmers Feel The Squeeze From Oregon's Port Feud

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Idaho preschool teacher Mary Allen listens to one of her students during their afternoon snack time. The state doesn't have public preschool, so programs are paid for through a hodgepodge of funding sources. Emilie Ritter Saunders/KBSX hide caption

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In Idaho School District, Preschool At Risk Without Federal Funds

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Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell speaks to supporters Saturday at the Tanglewood Farms Restaurant in Franklin, Ky. McConnell faces Tea Party challenger Matt Bevin and several other lesser-known candidates in Tuesday's GOP primary. Timothy D. Easley/AP hide caption

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Idaho Republican House candidate Bryan Smith is trying to unseat eight-term GOP Rep. Mike Simpson. The May 20 primary is viewed as a contest of Tea Party vs. establishment. Kim Raff/AP hide caption

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Dairy cows feed through a fence at an Idaho farm, in this 2009 file photo. Idaho's Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter enacted a bill Friday that criminalizes the act of secretly filming animal abuse at farms. Charlie Litchfield/AP hide caption

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Dirty Spuds? Alleged Potato Cartel Accused Of Price Fixing

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Bottles of Ogden's Own Distillery Five Wives Vodka at a state liquor store in Salt Lake City. Brian Skoloff/AP hide caption

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Drink Up! Idaho OKs 'Five Wives' Vodka

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