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Twin Falls Times News (Newspaper) - March 30, 2015, Twin Falls, Idaho Duke Michigan state head to final four a a5 twin Falls attorney Marks 50 years working with is National Park status sought for craters of the Moon Luke Ramseth Ramseth Posti Egister. Com Arco a a renewed Effort to change the name and increase visibility of craters of the Moon National Monument and preserve is slowly gaining momentum. Supporters of giving craters of the Moon National Park status a and removing its less Catchy Monument designation a say they have gathered a Broad coalition of support in the past month. The craters name change committee is headed by new Butte c Bounty t commissioner Rose Bernal and an Arco chiropractor Helen Merrill. Hie committees Repi t sensation includes the Butte county chamber of Commerce lost Rivers economic development and craters of the Moon natural history associate n. The group has held com Munith meetings on the subject with More planned next month several members travelled to Boise this week to meet with Stati legislators and congressional Slatier about the proposed change. A National Park designation Tor craters of the Moon will require congressional approval. Monument is. Park the primary difference other than visitor popularity comes Down to How National Parks and National monuments were created. Presidents alone have the Power to preserve special places As monuments. They can be managed by the National Park service Bureau of land management . Forest service and several other Federal agencies. National Parks meanwhile Are designated by Congress. The National Park service oversees All National Parks. While j Sliver of Yellowstone i. Lits through Idaho the state does no to have a National Park to cull its own. It s the Only state in the West without one atlases often have listings of National Parks but not usually monuments. Its the same with most tourist guide in xis., Pauk a4 visitors climb Down to explore Dewdrop Cave in july 2012 at craters of the Moon National Monument and preserve. Attorney Bob Alexander talks about the last so years at his office wednesday in twin Falls. Alexander says he has no plans of quitting. Julie Wootton a Wotton u Valley rom twin Falls a Bon u under Point d out a framed photo of the collect of Southern Idaho a Campus on a Wall in his Law office. The Aerial photo from decades ago shows gun a attorn i Fields surrounding Only a few buildings. Quot and is years after that Here a the new i rumpus he said wednesday As he looked at a photo Dut inc Bai k to the 1080s t in recalled How the Campus and surrounding area has changed Over the y ears. When Alexander started As Csiss Board attorney in March Loos tin College did no to even have its first president. The Board lured me lust before Doc attorney Boh Alexander Points out what the College of Southern Idaho s used to look like at his office wednesday in twin Falls Burley Newborn who suffered stroke f Back Home recovering from effects r j Iona Din Lap blk Kei y. More online to View a photo gallery of Lincoln Lundgen Mayi Valley Corn Here is also the tear that Coin could have More Medie ution and the Grens Are not alb visitors at their Home tear even tin commo could trigger them a Quot we did no to have a it to. D expect we did no to Manili Kau to determine what Lincoln a stroke. H Nancy was Normal Iii it t it d donned Drew and Hamie Lungi in with Lincoln who suffered a stroke at Newa Oun As Back Home i covet my in but Ley it you do on i luny at 4 p free it std t at twill

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