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Idaho rancher uncovers intrigue in family history
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Idaho rancher uncovers intrigue in family history
Family secrets and intrigue turn up in an attic of an old rock house occupied by a series of family members of a well respected southern Idaho ranching family.

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Bill centers on conflicts between mines, farmland
A bill before Oregon lawmakers deals with conflicts between farming and mining.
Kids know difference between country and city smells
Kids know difference between country and city smells
Columnist Ryan Taylor writes about life in the country.
Rise in Idaho farm deaths concerns OSHA
Rise in Idaho farm deaths concerns OSHA
Fatal accidents in agriculture have risen signficantly recently in Idaho, prompting concerns by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Twin sisters turn heads on packing line
Twin sisters turn heads on packing line
Twin sisters live together and pack apples together. People can't tell them apart.
Experts: Marijuana may spur home-building on farmland
Experts: Marijuana may spur home-building on farmland
Marijuana production can ease the income test to build farm dwellings in Oregon, which will likely lead to land use rule changes, experts say.
IPC Tater Team to perform good deeds on fourth U.S. tour
The Great Big Idaho Potato truck is setting off on its fourth national tour, and followers will be able to track its progress on a GPS map.
Rural communities vie for prize to revitalize
Nearly 20 rural communities in the Pacific Northwest and California are competing to win $10 million in funding to revitalize their communities.
BYU-Idaho ag students improving life in Ghana
BYU-Idaho ag students improving life in Ghana
Students from Brigham Young University-Idaho are partnering with schools in Ghana to improve agricultural production of fields and livestock operations to feed students and to teach high school-level agricultural classes.
Spud planter says GPS has dulled abilities
Spud planter says GPS has dulled abilities
A Washington potato planter says he could plant a straight line before the days of GPS. Now anyone can do it, he says.
Study: Mental evals predict livestock judging success
Study: Mental evals predict livestock judging success
New research led by Idaho State University shows psychological assessments are an effective tool for predicting performance among collegiate livestock judges.