Kimberly Man Sentenced for Threatening to Kill a Prosecutor

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BOISE – Nathanael Michael West, 23, of Kimberly, Idaho, was sentenced in U.S.
District Court to 36 months in federal prison for mailing threatening communications, U.S.
Attorney Bart M. Davis announced today. U.S. District Judge B. Lynn Winmill also ordered
West serve three years of supervised release following his prison sentence. West pleaded guilty
to the charge on July 13, 2020.

Lewis-Clark Valley Girl Raises $25,000 in Donations for Seizure Response Dog Only to Get No Dog, Now She Has Hope Again

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After reaching out to their contact person at SDWR numerous times with no response this Spring, Heidi
and her family began to do research into why there had been no communication over the preceding
months. They realized the website’s fundraising page had disappeared, the office phone numbers were
disconnected and learned that SDWR had declared bankruptcy. Unfortunately, SDWR has now been deemed a big
scam. Heidi learned that SDWR has taken advantage of numerous other families. In fact, there are at least 206 other families who are in similar situations, and over 49 families have filed lawsuits against SDWR.

The money was gone and no dog was coming. Nikee was heartbroken.

ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY: December 18th, 1917 The American Prohibition

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The 18th amendment better known as the American Prohibition, was proposed by Congress on December 18, 1917, and was ratified by the requisite number of states on January 16, 1919. The Eighteenth Amendment declared the production, transport, and sale of intoxicating liquors illegal, though it did not outlaw the actual consumption of alcohol.

Eastern Idaho Methamphetamine Dealer Sentenced to Over 17 Years in Federal Prison

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POCATELLO – Richard A. Burns, 37, of St. Anthony, Idaho, was sentenced in U.S.
District Court to 210 months in federal prison for possession with intent to distribute
methamphetamine, U.S. Attorney Bart M. Davis announced today. U.S. District Judge B. Lynn
Winmill also ordered Burns to serve five years of supervised release following his prison
sentence. Burns pleaded guilty to the charge on December 4, 2019.

AG Ferguson files federal antitrust lawsuit against technology giant Google

Bipartisan coalition asserts Google’s exclusionary conduct unlawfully stifles competition

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OLYMPIA — Attorney General Bob Ferguson today partnered with a bipartisan coalition of 38 attorneys general to file a federal antitrust lawsuit against Google. The lawsuit asserts that the technology giant illegally leverages its dominance in the online search and search advertising markets to stifle competing platforms, drive advertisers away from rival search engines, and limit competing specialized sellers’ ability to bring customers directly to their sites from general Google search results.

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