Help is needed from the public. A piece of Idaho endowment trust land, referred to locally as Rock Creek, is at risk of being closed due to abuse of the land. This is a popular area for camping, fishing and ATV use. Its popularity has brought several problems including trash, human waste and…
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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The Idaho House on Thursday approved legislation aimed at preventing public and charter schools and universities from teaching critical race theory, which examines the ways in which race and racism influence American politics, culture and the law.
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POCATELLO — The Pocatello City Council will be holding a special meeting Monday at 1 p.m. to consider rescinding the city’s face covering ordinance.
An eastern Idaho state representative is suing a critic, alleging that he defamed him.
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MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Four members of Congress from dairy producing states again introduced legislation Thursday to prevent the labeling of products from nuts, seeds and plants as milk, saying it's misleading to consumers.
Standing near the North Entrance to Yellowstone National Park on Wednesday, senior bison biologist Chris Geremia told the Facebook world in a live broadcast how park bison cleverly manage the landscape to suit their nutritional needs.
POCATELLO — Idaho State University student Tye Hobson has spent a lot of time at the iconic pillars on Red Hill this semester.
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