Unexpected Income Tax Bill This Year?

News Release | Idaho State Tax Commission

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BOISE, IDAHO  June 24, 2020 — Did you owe more tax than expected when you filed your state income tax return this year? Did you get a smaller-than-expected refund? In either case, it’s a good time to review your paycheck withholding to make sure you’re having the right amount of income tax withheld from your pay. Updating your W-4 now will improve your tax situation when you file next year.

Search For Missing Orofino Man, Gordon White, Has Been Suspended

Clearwater County Sheriff's Office

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From Sheriff Chris Goetz:

"After searching for 11 days the Clearwater County Sheriff's Office has suspended the search for Gordon White. The search involved not only Clearwater County Search and Rescue members but also many community members and other Search and Rescue Units from all over Idaho, Montana, Washington and Oregon. I would like to thank everyone that volunteered to help with the search and those that provided food and supplies for the searchers. There were several people that dropped everything else and came and helped search everyday of the search. This case will remain open until Gordon is found."

Investigation into Damage to the Liberty Bell Replica Outside the Idaho Statehouse

News Release | Idaho State Police

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This morning, state employees were able to repair much of the damage done to the Liberty Bell replica that sits in front of the Idaho Statehouse. The damage was reported to have occurred Saturday evening. Idaho State Police are investigating the vandalism.

The Bureau Of Land Management Asks Public For Help In Preventing Human-Caused Wildfires

News Release | Bureau of Land Management Ore. & Wash.

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BOISE, ID – The arrival of vacation season and increasing wildfire activity with hot, dry summer weather in the West is prompting the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to ask the public to help prevent wildland fires, the majority of which are caused by people.

Sixth Warrior to be Tabbed CoSIDA Academic All-American

Athletic News Release | Lewis-Clark State College

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AUSTIN, Texas – Cole Olsen added to his impressive resume on Monday, becoming the sixth Warrior to be voted a CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America) Academic All-American. The junior earned First Team honors and is the second-ever honoree from Warrior Men’s Cross Country/Track and Field.


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