Tucked in a brown paper sack in my mother’s upstairs bedroom closet, I discovered another tattered brown paper grocery sack, rolled down and labeled “Dave – Vietnam.”
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Stolen vehicles, a torched home, and a trail of crime across two states.
Tonight is an important night for homeless people and their advocates across the state of Idaho.
Idaho’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained unchanged at 2.6 percent in December – the 16th consecutive month the rate has been at or below 3 percent.
The Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest is currently applying for state grant funding through three Idaho Parks and Recreation funds: the Recreational Road and Bridge Program, the Recreation Trails Program and the Off Road Motor Vehicle program. The grants would supplement funding for the f…
The Clearwater Region is hosting a sportsmen dinner, 5:30-8 p.m. Jan. 31 at the Clearwater regional office located at 3316 16th St. in Lewiston. Dinner is free to the public and attendees will have an opportunity to meet and hear from new director of the Idaho Fish and Game, Ed Schriever.
BOISE —Suicide rates in Idaho have consistently been one of the highest in the nation, according to the state’s Department of Health & Welfare. The most current statistics from 2017 show Idaho is ranked 5th for suicide deaths.
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BOISE — Dr. Michael Parrella, Dean of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) at the University of Idaho, presented the Agriculture Research and Extension Service’s budget for fiscal year 2020 Wednesday morning to the Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee.
Superintendent of Public Instruction Sherri Ybarra outlined her vision for the future of Idaho’s public schools Thursday morning in her budget presentation to the Legislature’s Joint Finance- Appropriations Committee.
With high school students signing up in droves for college-level classes, Idaho’s two- and four-year colleges are feeling the pinch.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Bureau of Reclamation and the Bonneville Power Administration have revised the schedule to complete an environmental impact statement to assess and update their long-term strategy for the operations, maintenance and configuration of the 14 federal dam and re…
In a Jan. 7 letter to Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests supervisor Cheryl Probert, the Idaho County Commission stated Endomines – a gold mining company headquartered in Sweden, which now holds five gold projects in the Elk City and Warren areas – is interested in replacement of the Gnome…
RIGGINS, Idaho - Idaho communities that rely on steelhead fishing soon could feel pain from the government shutdown.
BOISE, Idaho - A documentary screening at the Idaho State Capitol on Wednesday aims to shed light on the sometimes deadly consequences of the state's faith-healing exemptions to providing medical care for children.
BOISE, Idaho - The government shutdown has caused the cancellation of a U.S. Forest Service public meeting on a mining project in the Boise National Forest.
Visitors to the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests should be prepared for a closure in effect on part of Cove Road (Forest Service road 279), located on the Salmon River Ranger District, due to work on the Doc Denny 2 timber sale. The road will be closed weekdays, Monday through Friday, and open on weekends. The combined forests issued an order Wednesday, Jan. 2, closing part of the road from mile 16 to just past mile 20.
Originally posted on IdahoEdNews.org on January 4, 2019
Originally posted on IdahoEdNews.org on January 3, 2019
RIGGINS — Nearly 20 years later, the Goff Bridge—better known as the Time Zone Bridge near Riggins—remains one of a few tied-arch bridges in Idaho.
BOISE, Idaho - What can Idahoans do in the new year to help forests adapt to a changing climate?
Amid a change at the director level with the retirement of Virgil Moore and the promotion of deputy director of operations Ed Schriever, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game is anticipating a total budget of about $125 million next fiscal year — an increase of $15 million from the current f…
BOISE — Senator Carl Crabtree has been selected to sit on three legislative committees during the 2019 Legislative Session, including a return to the Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee (JFAC).
Idaho Fish and Game and environmentalists agree to hold off court fight; Riggins-based river workers on board
"We welcome our new citizens, but we must realize there will be impacts on our cities, counties, state agencies and the judiciary which must be faced...." -- Idaho Supreme Court Chief Justice Roger Burdick
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