Monthly Archive: January 2020
Drew Nash and Pat Sutphin compare and contrast their images from the same event, looking at how two photographers handle a situation in completely different ways.
418 people died by suicide in 2018, a rate of 23.8 for every 100,000 people.
Fish and Game euthanized another mountain lion Thursday in Hailey.
Fighters of all shapes, sizes and experience levels stepped into the ring at the Boxing Smoker. Take a look at it what it was like to train for and then fight in the big event.
Idaho Parks and Recreation offers free statewide avalanche safety classes, which run through Feb. 22. While the classes are focused on snowmobilers, they can benefit all winter backcountry recreationalists.
In the beginning, folks complained — as they still do today — about Twin Falls' wonky street layout. City leaders have twice renamed the streets.
A semi crash that closed U.S. Highway 93 for much of Thursday was caused when the truck driver slammed on his breaks to avoid wildlife, Idaho State Police said.
Join Higher Ground for cocktails and dinner at The Argyros Performing Arts Center Feb. 6 in support of their recreation programming. The yearly family-style benefit ensures Higher Ground can continue to bring inclusive recreation opportunities to people of all abilities.