Wyoming interstate freeway closure. Idaho school district buys rifles

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This weekly column features news stories and event announcements from around the American Redoubt region. (Idaho, Montana, eastern Oregon, eastern Washington, and Wyoming.) Much of the region is also more commonly known as The Inland Northwest. We also mention companies of interest to preppers and survivalists that are located in the American Redoubt region. Today, we focus on a major Wyoming interstate freeway closure. (See the Wyoming section.)

Idaho

Idaho school district buys rifles, will warn visitors building is ‘armed’. The article begins:

“The Garden Valley School District is arming itself and a handful of staff members with guns in case of potential security threats moving forward.

According to the district’s school board minutes, the district has purchased four rifles and 2,000 rounds of ammunition.

The district is also considering spending up to $2,000 to purchase extra magazine[s,] rounds and body armor vests, according to school board documents. Each rifle was purchased for $680.”

JWR’s Comment: Hmmmm. Rifles with a $680 pricetag. I’ll bet that those are Rifles of Color.

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T.Z. suggested this from Reason.com: Boise’s New Stadium Referendum Requirement Should Be a Model for Other Cities

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Status conference set for county v. city gun suit

Montana

Over at Commander Zero’s Notes From The Bunker blog, a personal account that illustrates prevailing Montana attitude on guns: Black Friday scene from a gun shop

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Stevensville man petitions FWP to amend river horsepower limits

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Man killed in standoff with police in Great Falls ID’d

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Colstrip operator fined $450,000 for 2018 hazardous emissions release

Eastern Oregon

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First snow storm of the winter breaks records in Bend

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Industrial development feeds Umatilla Electric Cooperative growth

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And just west of the Redoubt: Offbeat Oregon: Oregon’s “Miner 29ers” beat the Great Depression with a gold pan

Eastern Washington

Space Stationed:  Scientific equipment from Liberty Lake headed to the ISS. (See page 10.)

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Peter spotted this from Washington: 2020 gun control agenda targets limits on high-capacity magazines. The 12-point agenda is thorough, including goals to regulate access to ammunition and high-capacity magazines, “address the intersection of alcohol and firearm violence,” allow local governments to enact stricter gun control, create a centralized background check system, and more.

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Richland man found guilty of 47 different charges

Wyoming

“Nearly 300 miles of Interstate 25 in Wyoming is closed in both directions due to winter weather.

Most of the stretch between Cheyenne and Buffalo has no estimated reopening time, but WYDOT says the segment between Casper and Buffalo could reopen between 8:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. Saturday.

Nearly all of Interstate 80 is closed in the southern portion of the state. I-80 is closed in both directions between Evanston and Rawlins, and from Laramie to Cheyenne. Between Rawlins and Laramie, the westbound lanes are closed with no estimated reopening time, but the eastbound lanes are open, though winter weather is impacting road conditions.

Other closed highways include US 287 between Rawlins and WY 28 south of Lander, WY 220 between Pathfinder Road and Muddy Gap, US 289 between I-80 and WY 372, US 191 between the Utah border and I-80, WY 430 between the Colorado border and Rock Springs, US 18/20 between Lusk and I-25 at Orin Junction, US 85 between Torrington and Cheyenne, WY 210 between Laramie and Cheyenne, US 287 between the Colorado border and Laramie, US 30/287 between Bosler and I-80, WY 387 between Midwest and Wrignt, WY 192 between Kaycee and WY 387, and WY 196 between Buffalo and Kaycee.”

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Evidence of two quakes extends rupture history in Grand Tetons National Park

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Wyoming gas revenues down 74% in ‘new reality’

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