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Pest alerts on rise following mild winter

More, and earlier, activity noted this year, extension educator says. More

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Idaho Cattle Association sets summer meeting

Tour of new packing plant, “fake” meat on agenda. More

 

McCain Foods seeks air-quality permit for plant expansion

Potato processor plans to add new french fry line at its Burley plant. More

 

Judge refuses to block Idaho salvage logging

A federal judge has rejected a request by environmentalists to stop salvage logging in Idaho’s Boise National Forest, where 190,000 acres... More

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Husband, wife serve ag at high level

Idaho agriculture commissions, associations differ in setup More

Idaho issues final notice on groundwater flow meters; inspections starting

More accurate measurement of groundwater usage and better reporting are among goals. More

Oregon rancher, county intervene in grazing challenge

An Oregon rancher and Wallowa County have intervened to defend against an environmental lawsuit that challenges cattle grazing. More

Critics say US sugar program a sour deal for consumers

Most Republicans oppose the sugar program, saying it runs counter to the party’s free market bearings. More

Fulcher wins GOP nomination for Idaho congressional seat

He will face Democrat Cristina McNeil in the November general election. More

Brad Little wins Idaho’s GOP gubernatorial primary

Idaho Republican voters came out in full force for Lt. Gov. Brad Little in Tuesday's gubernatorial primary, showing support of a candidate who has vowed to continue outgoing Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter's legacy of leading the state's recent explosive growth More

6 GOP Idaho lawmakers lose to primary challengers

Six GOP legislators lost to their primary opponents in Tuesday's primary election, creating a surprising shakeup in key leadership seats in Idaho's GOP-dominated Statehouse More

Trump mining pollution rule change challenged

There is a long legacy of taxpayer-funded mine cleanups at many sites where companies went bankrupt and abandoned polluted sites. More

Idaho-administered Produce Safety Rule nets comments from border

Idaho-administered approach would need to travel well, growers and packers tell officials. More

Simplot names Lofto as its new CEO

Garrett Lofto, a 26-year employee of the J.R. Simplot Co., has been promoted to company president and CEO. More

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