The 208

Monday, November 23

November 23, 2020

A line of cars and an unprecedented demand this Thanksgiving season as more Idahoans struggle to put food on their tables. How one local nonprofit is helping out. Also, we look at the significant contributions from Idaho's native peoples, starting with Joseph R. Garry of the Coeur d'Alene Tribe. Plus, the great debate: Is it too early to put up Christmas decorations? Joe Parris and Gov. Little don't think so. And in today's 208 Redial, we take you back 17 years for a Thanksgiving lesson that began almost 400 years ago.

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