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Idaho conservation officer finds missing hiker on Boulder Creek Trail

Idaho Department of Fish and Game senior conservation officer Michael Wampler was getting ready to shut down his patrol vehicle after a long day of bear hunter patrol when he …

Road improvement work to impact travel on Marble Creek Road

Forest visitors to the Marble Creek area on the St. Joe Ranger District of the Idaho Panhandle National Forests may experience travel delays as Potlatch Deltic crews work to repair …

UPDATED: Thu., June 18, 2020

Ex-Eastern Washington football stars likely to appear on HBO’s “Hard Knocks”

Cooper Kupp is usually down the road from Hollywood, but the low-key Los Angeles Rams receiver is anything but Tinseltown.

UPDATED: Thu., June 11, 2020

NCAA says it will review Idaho’s transgender law in August

The NCAA will discuss Idaho’s law banning transgender women from competing in women’s sports amid calls for the organization to move men’s basketball tournament games out of the state next …

UPDATED: Wed., June 10, 2020

Rights groups, athletes ask NCAA to move tourney from Idaho

Groups that advocate for civil rights and women’s rights have joined notable athletes in asking the NCAA to move 2021 men’s basketball tournament games out of Idaho after the state …

Idaho field reports: Recreational vehicle registration extended; Trail stickers available

IDPR asked law enforcement agencies to suspend enforcement of 2020 registrations for recreational vehicles until July 1.

Retired Idaho Fish and Game biologist details efforts to recover threatened species in new book

Despite their size, cunning and fearsome reputation, there are a lot of things that can befall grizzly bears as they negotiate the perils of nature.

Idaho Panhandle National Forests prepare to open campgrounds

Idaho Panhandle National Forests is preparing campgrounds for forest visitors in alignment with state orders and federal phased reopening plans.

Gene Warnick: Playing my own private Idaho as a golfing outlaw

I have a confession to make. I’m a golf scofflaw.

COVID-19 closed Idaho campgrounds. Here’s what will be open for Memorial Day weekend

Dozens of Idaho campgrounds will be open just in time for Memorial Day weekend, officials at various Idaho national forests announced last week. But many others will remain closed — …

UPDATED: Thu., May 14, 2020

Panhandle National Forest prepares to open campgrounds

The Idaho Panhandle National Forest hopes to reopen developed campgrounds by the end of May, or as access conditions allow, according to an agency news release.

UPDATED: Sat., May 16, 2020

Chinook season closed on Idaho’s Clearwater River

Idaho shut down its Clearwater River spring chinook season Wednesday in what has become a near annual exercise in frustration.

UPDATED: Thu., May 7, 2020

Summer baseball: Area teams consider alternate format to American Legion

With states starting to implement plans to reopen, some area baseball leagues and coaches are trying to figure out a way to play this summer.

Take virtual meetings to iconic Idaho spots with photo backgrounds

As Idaho’s stay-home order stretches into a fourth week, it’s easy to feel stir-crazy. Idaho Tourism is trying to give folks a change of scenery. The agency, which usually tries …

Little’s Idaho restrictions slow outdoor recreation

Like land managers in Washington, park and trail managers in Idaho have seen an increase in outdoor recreation.

Spring chinook fishing season launches to shallow numbers

Spring chinook fishing season opens on some Idaho rivers Saturday amid stay-home orders that allow for outdoor recreational activities.

UPDATED: Sun., April 26, 2020

North Idaho golf courses told to limit play to Idaho residents

The Highlands Golf Course in Post Falls has signs at each entrance that read: “Attention Idaho Residents Only Thru April 30,” and “We are required to tell you that we …

UPDATED: Sat., April 25, 2020

Gonzaga Prep grad, California standout linebacker Evan Weaver drafted by Arizona in sixth round of NFL draft

Weaver was selected in the sixth round of Saturday’s NFL fraft with the 202 overall pick.

UPDATED: Sat., April 25, 2020

Grizzly tracks spotted near Grangeville

Idaho Fish and Game officials said fresh grizzly bear tracks were found at Fish Creek Meadows, about 7 miles south of Grangeville, on Saturday.

UPDATED: Sat., April 4, 2020

Idaho suspends sale of some nonresident hunting and fishing licenses

The Idaho Department of Fish and Game Commission suspended the sale of some nonresident fishing and hunting licenses, tags and permits Saturday.

UPDATED: Tue., March 31, 2020

Idaho officially extends suspension of spring sports through April 20

The IHSAA announced the mandatory suspension/postponement of activities – which was set to end on April 5 – will continue through April 20.

Biologists count 57 mountain goats in Idaho Selkirks

Idaho biologists counted 57 mountain goats in the Idaho Selkirks in February, the first survey of the sure-footed bovids in that range since 2001.

A Grip on Sports: The most-accomplished women’s college basketball players in our lifetimes have accomplished so much

A GRIP ON SPORTS • It’s that time again. After a few days of news, it’s time to get back to looking back. And making a list. Checking it twice. …

It could be easier for you to find public land if Idaho congressman’s plan passes

Idaho Rep. Russ Fulcher joined three other members of Congress on Tuesday to

As visits increase, Idaho Parks and Recreation backs off marketing efforts

In the Treasure Valley and across Idaho, housing developments are springing up, home and rental prices are rising and the population is growing faster than ever.

Idaho boys state: Colby Gennett scored 17 points to lead Post Falls over Timberline and into semifinal

Roundup of Thursday’s Idaho boys state basketball tournament action.

Idaho visitors will see big hike in hunting, fishing fees

Legislation significantly increasing what it will cost nonresidents to hunt deer and elk in Idaho has been signed into law by Gov. Brad Little.

UPDATED: Thu., March 5, 2020

Idaho deer, elk harvests dropped last year

Idaho hunters harvested fewer deer and elk in 2019 than they have in several years, thanks to a drop in fawn survival, reduced tag availability and fewer hunters, according to …