July 4, 2010 in City
In brief: Grizzly bear trapping to begin
BOISE – The Idaho Department of Fish and Game will begin trapping grizzly bears in the Centennial Mountains in eastern Idaho near the Montana border and is asking visitors to stay away.
The trapping is required under the Endangered Species Act to study grizzly bear distribution in the region.
Carole King ranch has $16 million tag
STANLEY, Idaho – Songwriter and singer Carole King has put her 128-acre central Idaho ranch near Stanley back on the market with a reduced asking price of $16 million.
King put the Robinson Bar Ranch – with a 7,300-square-foot lodge, private residence, caretaker’s home, recording studio and horse barns – on the market in 2006 for $19 million. The ranch was taken off because of problems with a bridge that has since been repaired.
FAA narrows airport site list
HAILEY, Idaho – The Federal Aviation Administration has eliminated one of three proposed sites as a replacement for Friedman Memorial Airport in the central Idaho city of Hailey.
The FAA announced Thursday that a site east of state Highway 75 and north of U.S. Highway 20 has been discarded.
Plans for the airport call for an all-weather landing system, something Friedman lacks, causing flights to the resort area to be diverted to Twin Falls or Boise.