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April 18th, 2014 Officially they're known as Nightshade , but for reasons unknown, Jordan fans are calling these Green Snake instead. Beside these technicalities, this Air Jordan 11 Low will be the ideal footwear to go with you Sunday best this
Steamboat Springs There is a brief window in time each spring in Northwest Colorado when Cross Mountain Canyon serves up one of the very best one-day whitewater trips in the entire state. But in order to catch it, you have to be paying close
Wildlife advocates are preparing to retrace the 1,200-mile path of a wandering wolf whose trek in 2011 across Oregon and California attracted worldwide attention. Members of the Wolf OR-7 Expedition say they hope their upcoming journey will help
A Twin Falls woman accused of hitting a dementia patient in the head with a pipe has pleaded not guilty to aggravated battery. The Times-News reports (http://bit.ly/1kexofV ) 62-year-old Jordana Brenda Bryan entered her plea Monday in Twin Falls
Bruce joined the company as an attorney in 1951 and spent 34 years at Idaho's largest utility. Idaho Power's board of directors elected Bruce president of the Boise-based utility in 1974, after he previously servied as vice president and secretary.
A Topeka man's new book about the lives of a Kansas couple tells the story of how their success in the chemical and coal industries turned into a life of philanthropy across the state. "The Lego Movie" built a huge lead ahead of the weekend's new
Lower Monumental Dam near Kahlotus and Little Goose Dam near Starbuck will be closed to vehicle crossings Monday on Presidents Day. Vehicles will be allowed to cross Lower Granite Dam near Pomeroy, according to the Army Corps of Engineers. Join The
The rain and snow falling across Oregon are far from enough to break the drought. Snowpack levels across most of the state Friday were less than half of normal, and the drought index was still severe to moderate. National Weather Service
The finale of Snake Island airs Wednesday on "Born to be Wild"!
Snooze and you lose in the quest to bunk in a Forest Service cabin along the St. Joe River, float a prized Idaho wilderness river or backpack through wildly popular parks and wilderness areas. Winter is the season for thinking ahead to summer