BOISE — Each year, steelhead anglers throughout Idaho reap the benefits of fish reared in Magic Valley steelhead hatcheries. Because of the area’s cold clean water, three local Idaho Fish and Game hatcheries in the Snake River Canyon raise steelhead that will ultimately be released as smolts to begin their migration to the Pacific Ocean.
TWIN FALLS — Read, Run and Rise-up is a free public event for the youth of the Magic Valley, taking place from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday at Frontier Field on the College of Southern Idaho campus. The event will promote physical activity, healthy lifestyles and engaged/active learning.
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Cyclists compete in the Twin Falls Old Town Criterium.
Dozens of racers fly down the Snake River during the Idaho Regatta in Burley.
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Evening climb at Dierkes Lake
MILNER — The Bureau of Land Management Burley Field Office began construction of a new accessible trail this week, in accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, at the Milner Historic Recreation Area. It will run alongside a portion of the original ruts that comprise the Oregon National Historic Trail. When finished, the new trail will boast more than a mile of 6-foot-wide access to the park.
HAILEY — Anne Jeffery rambled across the hillside overlooking Croy Creek Road west of Hailey.
Ryder Drick, 6, rides his new bike from Bull Moose Bicycles Thursday, May 16, 2019, in Twin Falls.