With trout season opening in the Wood River Valley tomorrow, local fly shops have been preparing for an influx of customers—and planning how to keep them safe.
Aftershocks from Idaho’s second largest recorded earthquake on March 31 continue to be felt in the Wood River Valley. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, two tremors occurred early Thursday morning, both in the vicinity of the March quake, about 20 miles northwest of Stanley.
Of the 28 public comments received by the Idaho Department of Lands on a lease application by AT&T to build a 195-foot-tall communication tower on a site near Redfish Lake, 25 oppose the project, according to the department’s response to a public records request filed by the Idaho Conser…
Blaine County Commissioners Angenie McCleary and Jacob Greenberg are among 112 elected officials representing counties, cities and tribes throughout the West who have signed a letter asking Congress to fully fund the federal Land and Water Conservation Fund as part of the next economic recov…
A joint petition urging the Idaho Fish and Game Commission to require trappers to place signs at trailheads and campgrounds within 25 feet of traps and snares will be evaluated by the commission tomorrow, May 14.
Three conservation groups are asking a federal court to stop Wildlife Services from killing coyotes in Idaho until the agency analyzes the environmental impacts of that activity on local areas, especially in the south-central part of the state.
The Department of Fish and Game is reminding anglers this spring that transporting or stocking live fish in Idaho without a permit is both illegal and potentially harmful to ecosystems.
The Salmon-Challis National Forest will begin a multi-year project to reduce conifer intrusion into sagebrush habitat, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Monday.
Since April 18, Wood River Fire & Rescue and the Ketchum Rural Fire Protection District have responded to about 10 wildfires, far more than what would normally be expected in April.
Wood River Fire & Rescue has suspended burn permits for the day in its fire district area as weather forecasts anticipate thunder and lightening in the Wood River Valley. According to Wood River Chief Ron Bateman, there has been discussion of suspending burn permits in the district given…