Wednesday, February 10, 2021 On February 6, 2021, Rep. Mike Simpson (R-ID) proposed legislation that would breach four dams on the Lower Snake River while requiring the power, transportation, and irrigation benefits of the dams to be replaced and bringing an end to long-running litigation over endangered salmon and steelhead runs. The […]

By KEITH RIDLER, Associated Press BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Legislation to end the requirement that state agencies and local municipalities publish legal notices in newspapers headed to the full House on Thursday. The House State Affairs Committee approved the measure that would eliminate a source of income for Idaho newspapers. […]

The stress of everyday life was already weighing on the Morse family before the coronavirus pandemic arrived in the United States. Amber Morse said she had been feeling like “the pace of life was just running kids to and from every activity and kind of getting absorbed” in the rush. […]

Blaine County was Idaho’s first coronavirus hot spot when the pandemic first arrived here in March. Though it’s impossible to know who brought the virus to the mountain towns or where its initial community spread began, some signs pointed to Sun Valley, the popular ski area, and the out-of-town visitors […]