As life increasingly shifts online amid the COVID-19 pandemic, so too is mental health care, with a growing number of providers offering virtual services via the web.
An estimated 90 percent of Idaho businesses were allowed to reopen May 1, according to Gov. Brad Little, with another 5 percent getting the green light this past weekend.
When the second phase of Gov. Brad Little’s plan to reopen Idaho businesses went into effect Saturday, allowing restaurants and gyms to open their doors to the public, so did another development: a relaxing of social distancing guidelines for out-of-state visitors.
A high school in Minidoka County cancelled their plans to hold a traditional graduation ceremony for its seniors on May 21, following a rise in cases and a press release from the South Central Public Health District that reported community spread in the county.
Since the outbreak began, the South Central Health District has tracked down every person who has tested positive for COVID-19, along with anyone whom they may have contacted.
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…
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.
Celebrations will look a bit different this year for the roughly 3.7 million high schoolers the U.S. Department of Education expects to graduate in 2020—nine seniors at Camas County High School included. They swapped a traditional commencement for a parade through Fairfield on Saturday, May …
Within the next two weeks, 400 Blaine County residents will have a vial of blood collected that will play a key role in better understanding the COVID-19 virus, its DNA structure and—most importantly—what antibodies might mean for immunity and the creation of a new vaccine.
The Trump administration an-nounced Sunday that the second round of the Paycheck Protection Program, launched April 27, had distributed 2.2 million loans totaling $175.7 billion. According to CNN, the average loan amount was $79,000, indicating that smaller businesses are being better accomm…
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.
The co-owner of a Twin Falls furniture store says a Facebook post that went viral last week claiming the retailer had banned Blaine County shoppers due to COVID-19—and, subsequently, spurring hundreds of angry comments and phone calls—was “a big misunderstanding.”