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  • Wildlife officials to kill wolves in remote Idaho region

    LEWISTON, Idaho – Federal wildlife services and Idaho Department of Fish and Game officials have joined forces to kill wolves in the Clearwater Region for the third year in a …

  • Small airplane crashed in north-central Idaho

    OROFINO, Idaho — A small airplane has crashed in the Clearwater National Forest near the Idaho-Montana border. The Clearwater County sheriff’s office says the wreckage was located Monday by a …

  • Field reports: Deer killing prompts $5,000 reward

    POACHING – Up to $5,000 in rewards is being offered for a tip that leads to the conviction of the culprits in the latest spree poaching case in Eastern Washington. …

  • Moscow firefighter killed fighting fire near Orofino

    BOISE — A 20-year-old U.S. Forest Service firefighter died after she was struck by a falling tree in north-central Idaho, highlighting the dangerous jobs crews have as at least a …

  • Idaho forest sites face cuts

    LEWISTON – The U.S. Forest Service is starting an inventory and ranking of recreational facilities in two Idaho national forests, with the possibility of closing sites due to lack of …

  • Elk foundation reverses on land swap in North Idaho

    LEWISTON – The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is withdrawing its support of a proposed land swap deal in North Idaho between the U.S. Forest Service and a timber company. The …

  • Nordic skiing in Bitterroots is nice combination of hot and cold

    POWELL, Idaho — After a day on cross-country skis in the Bitterroot Range along the Idaho-Montana border, the dinner of spaghetti with elk meat was just the thing. We had …

  • Great Burn Wilderness remains subject of debate

    The 1910 fires – and significant wildfires that followed into the 1930s – had a devastating hand in bestowing rugged portions of the Bitterroot Mountains with new life.



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