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A passenger ferry in Washington State was struck by lightning that impacted its navigation system and temporarily knocked the ferry out of service.
The police chief of Bonners Ferry is under investigation for shooting and killing a Boise man during an Aug. 1 altercation at a central Idaho campground, according to the Custer County Sheriff’s Office.
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On the day the U.S. closed its borders due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Jake’s Landing in Porthill, Idaho, lost 90% of its business.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife authorized the lethal removal of wolves in Ferry County’s Kettle River mountain range on Friday.
A coroner’s jury in Keller accused two federal Prohibition agents and Ferry County Sheriff I.L. Moore in the shooting death of Ernest Emily of Wilbur.
While Franklin County voted to reopen its economy early this week – and quickly learned that wouldn’t fly with Gov. Jay Inslee’s office – officials in Washington’s three rural northeast found consensus on a different, more measured approach.
Small towns close to the U.S.-Canada border are feeling the effects of shelter-in-place orders, in some cases separating families on opposite sides of the border.
The victim of a shooting in Bonners Ferry last week has been identified as 45-year-old Brian Drake.
One person was killed in a shooting in Bonners Ferry on Thursday night.
Ferry County Sheriff’s Deputies recovered a body from a small pond in Inchelium earlier this week.
Ferry County’s annual Ski Day has been canceled due to warm weather
Washington’s wildlife agency is recommending second-degree theft charges be filed against several contract employees tasked with keeping wolves from killing cattle in northeast Washington.
Ferry County’s annual Ski Day is scheduled for Feb. 1.
Emergency crews have rescued two train operators trapped in a BNSF engine that derailed into the Kootenai River 10 miles east of Bonners Ferry on Wednesday.
An Idaho man died in a car crash Tuesday afternoon, after leaving the road and hitting a power pole south of Eastport.
Wolves are thriving in Washington, with their populations growing an average of 28% per year. But tolerance for wolves is, in Daniel Curry’s view, on the ropes. And every time a wolf kills a cow or the state kills a wolf, the divide widens. By working to defuse conflicts, he’s hoping man and wolf can learn to live together.
As heavy machinery shunted earth, dug pits and generally disturbed a sunny September day, Michael Lucid explained how all this commotion may combat the worst effects of climate change.
The first auto suspension bridge over the Columbia River was opened near Chelan Falls, a few miles above Wenatchee.
Dr. J.B. Crain of Pasco put on diving gear and personally assisted in the search for the body of his wife, who drowned in a ferry accident on the Columbia River north of Kettle Falls.