Monthly Archive: March 2016
CAREY | The Idaho Department of Fish and Game says two juvenile male sage grouse were shot out of season and left to waste.
BOISE | Ronald Engle, who was injured Sunday in a motorcycle crash in Boise, died Wednesday evening at a Boise hospital, Idaho State Police said.
Twin Falls founder I.B. Perrine envisioned public transportation from downtown Twin Falls to Shoshone Falls then purchased two electric-powered streetcars from Thomas Edison.
She knew she had a pretty bluebird shot, but it turned into a claim to birding fame.
BRUNEAU • It’s time for a southern Idaho spectacle: The migratory raptors that courted in February and incubated their eggs in March will raise their chicks and owlets in April and May in the deep canyon of the Snake River.
TWIN FALLS • A $7,000 fundraiser means the Magic Valley Junior Achievement of Idaho will reach 280 students who the non-profit hopes to inspire to become financially literate and business-savvy.
TWIN FALLS • The College of Southern Idaho’s Fine Arts Department is putting out a call to all visual and performing artists.
Forests, potatoes and ski slopes figure large in posters promoting Idaho over the years. This vintage artwork is from Idaho posters, postcards, brochures and illustrated maps — with some newer images mixed in, too.
JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) • It was mostly dark, the temperature was dropping and a bison intent on being testy was parked between our group and the entrance to Old Faithful.
JEROME • The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is taking comments through Saturday on its 10-year draft plan aimed at reducing the American white pelican population in the state by about half to protect native trout and sport fishing.