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Simpson lauds Craters decision

The lava filled volcanic landscape near Craters of the Moon Idaho

The decision to halt a review of Craters of the Moon National Monument garnered praise from U.S. Rep. Mike Simpson, R-Idaho.

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Stanley Library lunch features Boise author

Elaine Ambrose

A Boise author is the honored guest at the Stanley Library lunch scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 5.

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Bull trout fishing offers great catch-and-release opportunities

Bull trout can’t be kept in Idaho, but many anglers like pursuing them.

They’re big, they’re hard fighting, and they’re one of Idaho’s most overlooked trophy fishing opportunities, but many anglers are still confused whether they can target bull trout for catch-and-rel

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Deadline nears for eclipse food licenses

People who plan to sell or serve food at any events connected with the Aug. 21 solar eclipse may need a food license or license exemption.

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More land opened for grazing

The severe drought affecting much of the West has resulted in the U.S.

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Fish and Game offers wolf trapper certification courses

Trappers are reminded that Idaho rules require trappers to successfully complete a wolf trapper certification course before they can purchase wolf trapping tags.

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Tree removal expected to help salmon

A contractor is working in the Kenny Ridge area near Salmon removing trees, root wads and tops of trees for stream restoration in tributaries of the Lemhi River.

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State touts percentage of accessible land

About 96 percent of endowment trust lands in Idaho are accessible for recreation, according to the Idaho Department of Lands.

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Golf News

The annual fundraiser for Challis Golf Course on July 22 was deemed a success by organizers.

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Hosting hummingbirds

A female rufous hummingbird sets down for a sip at a feeder. Photo courtesy Idaho Department of Fish and Game

High summer means peak activity for hummingbirds, a favorite backyard visitor for bird-watchers.

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