Idaho Press Release
|06/30/2020 - 03:03||
Timberline Update on Lookout Mountain JV, Nevada
Coeur d’Alene, Idaho – June 30, 2020 – Timberline Resources Corporation (OTCQB: TLRS; TSX-V: TBR) (“Timberline” or the “Company”) has issued a notice of default to PM & Gold Mines, Inc.
|06/24/2020 - 21:40||
Preparations for INLs 2020 fire season underway
Fire is a fact of life on the Snake River Plain, the land on which INL sits, and the memory of 2019’s Sheep Fire, the largest in the Site’s history, is fresh in everyone’s minds.
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|06/23/2020 - 18:04||
INL researcher selected for DOE Early Career Research Program
Dr. Paul Humrickhouse, INL’s Fusion Safety Program lead, is one of 76 scientists from around the nation – 50 from universities and 26 from national laboratories – to be selected. Under the program, run by the DOE Office of Science and now in its 11th year, researchers at DOE national laboratories receive grants of at least $500,000 per year. The grants extend over five years and are intended to provide support to exceptional researchers during their crucial early career years, when many do their most formative and groundbreaking work.
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|06/22/2020 - 12:11||
Trump Administration Invests $1.6 Billion in Rural Electric Infrastructure in 21 States
USDA is providing loans and loan guarantees to rural electric cooperatives and utilities through the Electric Loan Program . The recipients will use the funds to build and improve 9,138 miles of electric transmission and distribution line, benefiting 1 million rural residents and businesses. The loans include nearly $386 million for investments in smart grid technology, which uses digital communications to detect and react to local changes in electricity usage.
|06/16/2020 - 16:39||
Bringing Resilient Power to Puerto Rico with Microreactors
The U.S. territory of Puerto Rico is home to 3.2 million American citizens, with all the energy needs of a modern economy. Most of the territory’s power, however, is generated by facilities dating from the 1960s, which is nearly 30 years older on average than mainland U.
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|06/16/2020 - 10:32||
USDA Approves South Carolina and Utah to Accept SNAP Benefits Online
This approval will allow these states to expedite the implementation of online purchasing with currently authorized SNAP online retailers with a target start date to be announced at a later time. South Carolina’s SNAP participation is more than 558,000 individuals, more than 259,000 households, and totals $855 million annually in federal benefits.
|06/12/2020 - 10:38||
BLOG: National Forests and COVID-19. Whats Happening?
The chaotic closing and now reopening of national parks during the COVID-19 pandemic has received significant attention due to the risks of spreading the disease between visitors, park employees, and gateway communities. But national forests’ operations have remained largely under the radar, even with their multitude of access points and uses, and even at a crucial time when Americans look to their public lands to go outdoors to run, walk, hike, and bike while attempting to practice safe social distancing.
|06/11/2020 - 21:28||
Holabird's Massive, Seven-Day Summer 2020 Americana Extravaganza Auction Will be Held June 25th-28th and July 10th-12th
The auction is packed with numismatics, mining, railroadiana, Native Americana and more and stars the John Reynolds, Bart Landinger, Ben Fauver and Ken Prag collections
|06/11/2020 - 03:22||
Interior IG Sits on Migratory Bird Ethics Complaint
Washington, DC — A complaint of ethics and legal violations from a group of senior retired U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) employees is stuck in limbo, according to correspondence posted today by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER). The Interior Department’s Office of Inspector General (IG) has informed the retirees their complaint will not be investigated until they reveal the names of FWS employees who quietly complained.
|06/11/2020 - 03:04||
Rutledge Files Complaint in Ongoing Antitrust Price-Fixing Investigation into Generic Drug Industry
Names 26 Corporate Defendants, 10 Individual Defendants in Conspiracy to Fix Prices and Allocate Markets for at least 80 Generic Topical Dermatological Drugs.
|06/11/2020 - 02:11||
CoreLogic Reports Borrowers Gained Over $6 Trillion in Home Equity Since the End of The Great Recession
The number of underwater homes decreased year over year by 16% or 350,000 homes The share of homes with negative equity fell to 3.4% in Q1 2020 The Q1 2020 book of mortgages indicates 310,000 properties are poised to regain equity if home prices rise 5%; 420,000 would fall into negative equity if prices drop 5%
|06/10/2020 - 19:33||
Alaska Attorney General Joins Coalition Filing 3rd Complaint in Ongoing Antitrust Price-Fixing Investigation into Generic Drug Industry
Complaint Names 26 Corporate Defendants, 10 Individual Defendants in Conspiracy to Fix Prices and Allocate Markets for at least 80 Generic Topical Dermatological Drugs.
|06/10/2020 - 14:33||
USDA Approves Mississippi to Accept SNAP Benefits Online
This approval will allow Mississippi to expedite the implementation of online purchasing with currently authorized SNAP online retailers with a target start date to be announced at a later time. Mississippi’s SNAP participation is more than 420,000 individuals, more than 195,000 households, and totals $606 million annually in federal benefits. This announcement further demonstrates President Trump’s whole of America approach to fighting the coronavirus pandemic by ensuring those affected are fed.
|06/10/2020 - 14:15||
Attorney General Ford Joins Coalition Filing Third Complaint in Ongoing Investigation Into Generic Drug Industry
States allege broad, industry-wide conspiracy to restrain competition and raise prices on at least 83 generic topical dermatological drugs.
|06/10/2020 - 13:29||
VIDEO: Attorney General Moody Takes Legal Action in Ongoing Generic Drug Price-Fixing Conspiracy Investigation
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.—Attorney General Ashley Moody is taking legal action against several generic drug manufacturers for participation in a conspiracy to fix prices and allocate the market for generic drugs. Today’s lawsuit is the third resulting from a multistate antitrust investigation into a widespread conspiracy by generic drug manufacturers to artificially inflate and manipulate prices, reduce competition and unreasonably restrain trade for generic drugs sold nationwide.
|06/10/2020 - 13:24||
Lawsuit Halts Border Road Construction in Key Grizzly Bear Habitat
SANDPOINT, Idaho— In response to a lawsuit filed by five conservation groups , federal agencies today agreed to forego planned summer construction on the Bog Creek Road project in northern Idaho. Earlier this year the U.S. Forest Service and U.S.
|06/10/2020 - 12:08||
USDA Approves Delaware to Accept SNAP Benefits Online
This approval will allow Delaware to expedite the implementation of online purchasing with currently authorized SNAP online retailers with a target start date to be announced at a later time. Delaware’s SNAP participation is more than 119,000 individuals, more than 58,000 households, and totals $178 million annually in federal benefits. This announcement further demonstrates President Trump’s whole of America approach to fighting the coronavirus pandemic by ensuring those affected are fed.
|06/10/2020 - 10:16||
Attorney General James Challenges Anticompetitive Conduct in the Generic Drug Industry
Dermatology Complaint Third in Series of Generic Pharmaceutical Price-Fixing Litigation Pending in Philadelphia Federal Court.
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|06/09/2020 - 11:53||
COVID-19 Spreading to Food Processing Facilities Across the U.S.
Although not yet as pervasive as outbreaks at meatpacking facilities , COVID-19 is on the rise at America’s food processing facilities. EWG’s search of news stories published from March 14 to June 8 found that almost 1,200 food processing workers at 60 plants have been infected by the coronavirus.
|06/08/2020 - 22:23||
Shipley brings 30 years of wealth management experience to the bank
First National Bank Alaska’s Board of Directors named Rod Shipley Wealth Management Director and appointed him Senior Vice President at the state’s largest, locally owned community bank.
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|06/08/2020 - 20:58||
UArizona Joins Network Dedicated to Improving STEM Graduate Education
The University of Arizona this fall will join a network of institutions in the United States and Canada dedicated to improving how graduate student and postdoctoral scholars are prepared for future faculty positions in STEM fields.
|06/08/2020 - 15:57||
Pathways to Partnership: Fresh eyes, creative thinking define GAINs approach to solutions
It is widely known that the U.S. Department of Energy’s national laboratories are home to a wealth of experimental and computational capabilities. They offer state-of-the-art infrastructure along with modeling and simulation tools. Besides scientists and engineers specializing in conventional nuclear energy related technology, they are filled with experts in such fields as program management, economic analysis, technology road mapping, seismic analysis and regulatory planning.
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|06/05/2020 - 11:50||
Trump Administration Releases Draft Plan to Allow Widespread Bird-killing at Industrial Sites
WASHINGTON— The Trump administration released a draft environmental impact statement today for a rule to allow indiscriminate killing of birds at industrial sites across the country, including oil and gas operations.
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|06/05/2020 - 11:01||
USDA Approves South Dakota to Accept SNAP Benefits Online
This approval will allow South Dakota to expedite the implementation of online purchasing with currently authorized SNAP online retailers with a target start date to be announced at a later time. South Dakota’s SNAP participation is more than 75,000 individuals, more than 35,000 households, and totals $122 million annually in federal benefits. This announcement further demonstrates President Trump’s whole of America approach to fighting the coronavirus pandemic by ensuring those affected are fed.
|06/04/2020 - 21:00||
Legal Action Halts Federal Use of Strangulation Snares in Washington
SEATTLE— A lawsuit filed by the Center for Biological Diversity has forced a federal agency to curb its killing of beavers, bears and other wildlife across Washington state.
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