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Fewer mule deer tags to be offered in April

Elk survival numbers were better than mule deer this past winter. Photo courtesy of IDFG

A tough winter means a reduction in mule deer tags, particularly doe and either-sex controlled hunts.

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Sawtooth Zone elk tags available in July

Resident elk hunters wanting a coveted Sawtooth Zone elk tag will have to wait until July 12 to get one.

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Craters sees a quarter mil last year

Craters of the Moon National Monument recorded 255,436 visits in 2016, the National Park Service’s centennial year.

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March Madness not just for D-I hoops

College basketball junkies live for March Madness and pore over the progress of the 68 teams in a convoluted science called “bracketology.” But Kentucky, Duke, North Carolina, and the other big sch

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SCNF hosts Forest Plan meeting in Arco

The Salmon-Challis National Forest is taking the first steps toward revising forest plans that are 30 years old and is seeking input from forest users for the first phase of the revision process: t

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Three win spelling bee

On Tuesday, March 14, Challis Elementary and Junior High students braved the river road to attend the Challis District Spelling Bee in Stanley.

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Help protect wildlife, pets and don’t plant yew

It was a tough winter for big game, as deep snow pushed them to lower elevations in search of food.

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Stanley Library news

Phil the penguin Enright helps Phil the hiker Coonts figure out a few things about marriage in “Off the Map” by Rich Orloff. Steeve Pomerleau photo

We had two wonderful programs last week to help us shake our cabin fever.

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Invasive species intercepted a checkpoint

The Idaho State Department of Agriculture’s (ISDA) Invasive Species Program this week intercepted and impounded a mussel-fouled watercraft at the U.S.

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STEM grants available

The Idaho STEM Action Center awarded grants of $75,000 each to four proven programs to support the efforts of Gem State formal and informal educators to bring high-quality interdisciplinary science

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