Settling Out on Highway 12

A recent court settlement for megaloads along the Clearwater River means the state of Idaho lost, but Idaho won.

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Idahoans Want to Address Climate Change

Some politicians may be trying to hide from climate change, but Idahoans are not.

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Hurry Up and Wait

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Why Did Troy Just Tie Herself in Knots? Ask Her

Editor’s note: This is an editorial by Marty Trillhaase published in the Lewiston Tribune, March 15, 2017, discussing the issue of transparency on public access to state lands. Reprinted here with permission. Let’s just call this the mystery of the Troy Turnaround. As in state Rep. Caroline Troy. Certainly the Genesee Republican was hardly the […]

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North Idaho: Dodging Bullets But for How Long?

Union Pacific train derails north of Bonners Ferry—as of this morning, the derailment is inaccessible to motorized emergency vehicles.

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Spring into Clean Energy

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Do You Love the Pioneers, Mt. Borah and the Salmon River?

The Salmon-Challis National Forest is the heart of Idaho, important for the people who live nearby and for folks across the Gem State.

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You Win Some, You Lose Some—Sometimes the Same One!

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Greentips—Let Technology Reduce Your Footprint

Throughout 2017, we are focusing on lowering our carbon footprint. Join us in this effort! Let’s challenge each other to live life more fully and commit to improving our health, our well-being and our local communities. To make it easier, we offer #greentips in four areas this year—energy, transportation, food and water. January through March is all about reducing energy use.

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Climate Change and Idaho: A Love Story That Needs to Be Told

We can work together to do something about the changing climate. In fact, we are already seeing some major steps in the right direction.

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