An estimated 1.6 million tons of sand washed into the Snake River after a ditch was excavated in Cherry County to drain water off a flooded pasture and road.
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Twin Falls County commissioners will conduct a public hearing at 10 a.m. Friday on a plan to restrict public recreational shooting at the Indian Springs area in the South Hills.
The discovery of a species of kissing bug in Nebraska has prompted state and University of Nebraska officials to alert the public to the risks posed by the bugs.
The Magic Valley may soon have a new motocross park.
Patrice McCabe aims to show RV travelers the treasures of Nebraska they can’t see from the interstate in the pilot episode of a new Discovery Channel series titled "RV There Yet?"
Basic needs at the largest U.S. national parks top the Biden administration’s first proposed lists of projects to receive funding through public lands trust funds, showing how much maintenance is needed even as parks brace for record numbers of visitors this summer.
COLUMBIA — Results of the 2020 Deer Hunter Survey conducted by the S.C. Department of Natural Resources indicate that the statewide harvest of deer increased by 2.4% last season.
Paul Johnsgard, a professor emeritus at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, wrote more than 100 books on birds, ecology and natural history in his 89 years, and finished the proofs of his final book just days before his death last week.