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The issue of Puerto Rico statehood has reemerged due to the recent announcement of another statehood plebiscite on Nov. 3 elections in Puerto Rico. Yet... [Read More]
Although the outrage over the circumstances that occurred in Minneapolis was justified, violent protests resulting in the destruction of property and attacks on citizens do... [Read More]
While in Massachusetts for a family wedding, I joined a Black Lives Matter demonstration. I would like to tell you why. [Read More]
An appropriately sized (greater than that of a CT scan but far lower than those used to "burn out" cancers), single, hard X-ray or gamma... [Read More]
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Felix Aguilar Ruiz was born May 18, 1935 in Abasolo, Taumalipas, Mexico to Felix Aguilar Ruiz, and Librada Aguilar. Felix had many jobs through his... [Read More]
From Island Park to Bear Lake and across the Salmon River country, the National Forest campgrounds are expecting a busy holiday weekend. [Read More]
Charges have been filed against Chad Daybell for conspiracy to conceal evidence, a day after his wife appeared in court for the same charges. [Read More]
The cleanup contractor at the U.S. Department of Energy desert site west of Idaho Falls has finished processing the liquid waste there known as "squeezeants." [Read More]
An Ada County delegate who brought several resolutions to last week's Republican state convention supporting major changes to law enforcement says he hoped they could... [Read More]
While coronavirus may have caused the cancellation of many holiday events in Idaho and the nation, most of the traditional Independence Day events in Custer... [Read More]
Idaho continues to experience a surge in the number of confirmed coronavirus cases as the death count nears 100. [Read More]
Precipitation in May in Central Idaho was poor, according to the latest water supply outlook from the Natural Resources Conservation Service. [Read More]
With three new COVID-19 cases being reported Wednesday in Teton County, the mayors of Victor and Driggs are looking to require the public to wear... [Read More]
Rigby Police Department... [Read More]
Bingham County Commissioners met Friday morning to make a decision on an informational item earlier in the week. After officers had a difficult time responding... [Read More]
The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes have received official notification of five new positive COVID-19 cases on the Fort Hall Reservation Tuesday and Wednesday combined, with two reported... [Read More]
The Blackfoot Broncos AA American Legion baseball team returned to the friendly confines of Blackfoot High School's field Wednesday to take on the Skyline Grizzlies,... [Read More]
American Legion baseball scores from Wednesday. [Read More]
The way it's structured now, USDA's coronavirus farm relief program may not provide much actual relief to some of Idaho's main crops. [Read More]
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