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  • Eye on Boise: Idaho Parks has good, bad news for lawmakers

    BOISE – The good news Idaho Parks Director Nancy Merrill had for lawmakers at the department’s budget hearing last week: Idaho has sold more than 95,000 of its new parks …


  • Volunteers keep Idaho parks open, director tells lawmakers

    BOISE – Idaho state parks are staying open thanks in part to thousands of volunteers, the state parks chief told lawmakers Monday. The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation now …


  • Idaho credits volunteers for keeping state parks open

    Idaho’s state parks are staying open thanks in part to thousands of volunteers, the state’s parks chief told lawmakers this morning.


  • Idaho offers Passport to parks

    BOISE – Idaho’s new $10 annual Passport to all 30 of its state parks and recreation areas will go on sale Monday, three months earlier than planned. The Passport replaces …


  • Idaho to start selling $10 annual parks pass

    Idaho’s new $10 annual “Passport” to all 30 of its state parks and recreation areas will go on sale Monday, three months earlier than planned. The new Passport replaces the …


  • Idaho may turn to corporate sponsors to keep state parks open

    BOISE – Idaho’s cash-strapped state parks system will be looking to “tasteful” corporate sponsorships to try to help keep the state’s 30 parks open in the coming year, state parks …


  • Boater outreach lacks key information

    BOISE – Idaho lawmakers called their state parks director on the carpet Monday over letters that were sent to 32,000 boaters about the possible closure of the Third Street boat …


  • Running wonderland

    A day without a run is a lost day for Garth Merrill. In 2010, the owner of Fleet Feet Sports in Coeur d’Alene missed fewer than 30 days of running. …


  • Idaho parks e-mails concern Feds

    BOISE – An e-mail exchange between state and federal officials that emerged publicly Wednesday highlights how motorized recreation and wildlife advocates are jockeying for influence in the debate over how …

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