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News >  Idaho

Early Idaho snowpack figures look promising

Dec. 28—TWIN FALLS — Snowpack numbers in Idaho look promising, with percentages well above average at every SNOTEL measuring site. A lot more snow is needed, however, to ensure an adequate water supply for the 2023 growing season and to help snuff out the lingering drought. The snowpack "gives us reason to be cautiously optimistic," Idaho State Climatologist Russ Qualls said at this month's ...

News >  Features

North Idaho resident’s nutcracker collection ranks among largest in the world

Americans typically bring out their nutcracker dolls for Christmas, then pack them away. But it's a holiday wonderland all year long in the house of Hayden Lake resident C.J. Davis, who keeps her collection of about 2,800 nutcrackers on display in an upstairs room. There's a lot of history, and dusting, among those artifacts tucked neatly on shelves. 
News >  Pacific NW

‘Gang-related’ stabbing in Caldwell leaves 2 injured, leads to 4 arrests, police say

UPDATED: Fri., Dec. 23, 2022

A “gang-related” stabbing at a gas station in Caldwell left two injured and prompted four arrests Thursday night, according to the Caldwell Police Department. All four suspects— three men in their 20s and a minor — were arrested on suspicion of aggravated battery or aiding and abetting; burglary or aid and abetting; and rioting, according to a news release from Caldwell police. Authorities ...
News >  Pacific NW

Idaho farmers say they need this bill to hire workers. Senators likely killed it

UPDATED: Fri., Dec. 23, 2022

For 27 years, Maria has worked on farms near the Oregon-Idaho state line. In that time she’s been confined to stay near her home in Oregon, and missed her brother’s funeral in California and family visits in Mexico. She just wants to feel “un poco libre” — a little bit free, she said by phone. Free enough, at least, to visit her brother’s grave in Indio, California. The site was where ...

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