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Most people agree that Idaho’s salmon need our help. However, many biologists argue that extinction is just around the corner. Should we care? And what should be our response? The result is explored in the upcoming Outdoor Idaho episode, “Salmon Reckoning.”
In spite of one of the hottest summers ever recorded in East Idaho, the 2021 wildfire season was much less severe regionally than experts had anticipated.
This year 43 sockeye salmon completed the 900-mile journey from the Pacific Ocean to their nursery lakes near Stanley in central Idaho after braving especially difficult river conditions.
"I am looking forward to representing the northern district of Indiana in this great organization and working to tackle stormwater issues in the state of Indiana," said Lake County Surveyor Bill Emerson Jr.
Jamin Creek, 18, was a pitcher on the Burke varsity baseball team and a 2021 graduate of the school. “Jamin was an amazing person, and he’ll continue to touch and motivate so many regardless of if he’s here or not,” a friend said.
Make sure the remote control has good batteries. Here is your TV guide to the weekend in college football.
TEA, S.D. -- Local city officials, engineers, contractors and Lewis & Clark Regional Water System officials celebrated the installation of the final segment of pipe in a 33.8-mile water pipeline linking South Dakota and Iowa.
Big Elk Lake and Portal Lake Recreation Areas are Papillion's newest flood-mitigation reservoirs. They're designed to provide flood protection as well as offer recreational benefits and green space.