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Melting snow has canceled a Soda Springs sled dog race. (Ethan Wellhausen) Warming temperatures cancel local sled dog race 

SODA SPRINGS, Idaho -- The warm temperatures have started to cancel local winter activities and races in Soda Springs.

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Idaho Unemployment Rate At the Lowest Rate Since 2007 
The Idaho Department of Labor reports today that the number of unemployed Idahoans, who are actively looking for work dropped to 3.7% in December.
Highland Rams Receive National Football Honor 
Friday morning the Highland High School Rams were presented with the Army National Guard National Rankings Trophy. The ceremony was part of the 10th annual MaxPreps Football Tour of Champions.
Caribou County Woman Arrested on AZ Sex Charges 
Marie Donaldson, a former Arizona school teacher living in Caribou County, is accused of 10 counts of sexual conduct with a minor.
Rusty Hansen (Deanne Coffin)
New Legal Team Represents Teacher Charged With DUI 
The Pocatello teacher facing DUI charges after injuring a crossing guard outside of Edahow Elementary School last year now has a new legal team.
Local ISU student helping Native Americans through politics 
An Idaho State University student was one of thousands of people who attended President Barack Obama's speech in Boise yesterday, the catch, he's met the president before.
Idaho Dept. of Labor to Hold Soft Skills Workshop
It may seem obvious that bad work ethics like improper dress, grooming or showing up late could be detrimental to finding and keeping a good job. But more and more employers are dealing with these issues. Now staff at one state agency is looking to curb that trend.
Local Man Makes Bamboo a Skiing Staple 
Ski gear doesn't grow on trees, but one local company is incorporating the sustainability of nature into your trip down the slopes.
Idahoans react to President Obama in Idaho 
KPVI spoke to several people who said they were excited that the President was speaking in Boise, and you could feel the energy as they excited the complex.
First Presidential Visit to Idaho in Almost a Decade  
Wednesday was a historic day for the Gem State as it was the first time Barack Obama has traveled to Idaho as a sitting president.
A newer home in Old Town. (Ethan Wellhausen)
Neighbors excited for Old Town neighborhood branding 
POCATELLO, Idaho -- Soon five Old Town Pocatello neighborhoods will have official names, giving these distinctive areas a new brand.

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