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Stolen life-sized plastic horse recovered
The horse that’s been on the store’s roof in Twin Falls since 1962 vanished Monday night.

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Idaho apple growers report bumper crop
Idaho apple growers report bumper crop
With Idaho's apple harvest winding down, orchardists are reporting a bumper crop this year.
Americold opens third Idaho cold-storage facility
Americold opens a refrigerated warehouse in Heyburn, Idaho, anticipating exponential growth in the area's agriculture and dairy industries.
Irrigation district to convert wells to surface water
Irrigation district to convert wells to surface water
Irrigators with southcentral Idaho's A & B Irrigation District plan to build a new pipeline in order to provide supplemental surface water to irrigate about 1,500 acres of farm land where wells are declining.
Idaho dry bean industry sets sights on Costa Rica
Idaho dry bean industry sets sights on Costa Rica
Idaho's dry bean industry sees Costa Rica as one of its best potential new markets and the Idaho Bean Commission will use a $18,000 specialty crop grant to try to make inroads into that Central American nation.
Yellow spud varieties make debut
Yellow spud varieties make debut
An Eastern Idaho company that deals in a wide variety of potato types says yellow spuds are trendy and unveiled two new yellow varieties during a recent produce trade show in Southern California.
Wild horse adoption planned in Boise
the horses from the Hard Trigger Wild Horse Herd Management Area will be available at the Boise Wild Horse Corrals off Pleasant Valley Road in south Boise.
Cattle killed in E. Idaho tractor-trailer crash
The truck failed to make it around a corner and tipped over, according to authorities.
Idaho second in West for net farm income
Idaho ranked second in the West, behind California, for total net farm income in 2012, and outpaced No. 3 Washington despite trailing that state in gross farm gate receipts by $1.8 billion.
Simpson asks Obama to wait on national monument
Simpson’s Central Idaho Economic Development and Recreation Act, or CIEDRA, would create three wilderness areas totaling 332,775 acres while also releasing 130,000 acres from a wilderness study area to a multiple-use designation. But that plan for...
Pipeline part of latest Rangen water mitigation plan
Members of Idaho Ground Water Appropriators have developed a new mitigation plan to satisfy a water call by the Rangen, Inc., trout farm. The irrigators say the state has received the plan favorably.