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Keeping the water flowing in Eastern IdahoLocalNews8.comPlanners, officials, developers, water experts, and more met at a public symposium to discuss some water issues Eastern Idaho may face. "We're talking about ways to do recharge and solutions to help our cities to...read more
Teton Valley NewsLocals asked to keep vigilant with canine fluTeton Valley NewsSome dogs have asymptomatic infections (no signs of illness), while some have severe infections. Severe illness is characterized by the onset of pneumonia. CIV H3N8 originally emerged in...read more
Capital PressComputer programmer creates future of small farmingCapital PressThe problem is you can't make a living farming.” Large agriculture uses some IoT — the initials for the Internet of Things — connecting physical devices to the internet, but...read more
Idaho StatesmanNew strikes kill 10 in rebel-held suburbs of Syrian capitalIdaho StatesmanHundreds more were killed in indiscriminate shelling and bombardment. A subsequent U.N. investigation charged that the campaign amounted to forced displacement of a population and...read more
Grain mostly lower and livestock higherIdaho StatesmanWheat for March fell 8.50 cents at 4.4925 a bushel; March corn was off 2 cents at 3.6550 a bushel; March oats was down 1.50 cents at $2.6625 a bushel; while March soybeans rose 5 cents at $10.2650 a bushel. Beef...read more
Idaho StatesmanWineries, locals blast Finger Lakes trash incinerator planIdaho StatesmanThe project must be approved by the state before it can move forward. Opponents traveled to Albany to voice their concerns to state health and environmental officials. Nancy...read more
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