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Soft white spring wheat sales are up 26% compared to the same time last year, said Mike Spier, vice president of overseas operations for U.S. Wheat Associates, the overseas marketing arm for t…

From the tragedy has emerged a special sort of person — a Hero. This is a person or organization that went the extra mile to help a neighbor, friend — or total stranger. We want to honor these…

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Firefighters trying to contain the massive wildfires in Oregon, California and Washington state are constantly on the verge of exhaustion as they try to save houses, including some in their ow…

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One winery was destroyed by the massive wildfires that are scorching the West Coast and covering the region in a thick blanket of smoke. Winegrowers and vintners are concerned about impacts th…

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A La Nina has formed and is expected to make winter in Washington and the Idaho panhandle wetter and colder than average, the federal Climate Prediction Center said Thursday.

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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The state appears to have avoided a tough wildfire season so far with a combination of quick responses by state and federal firefighters and good luck with weather, Idaho G…

Weeds, including noxious invasives, have been plentiful in much of the state in 2020 due to a mild winter, rainy late spring and periods of above-normal summer temperatures.

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Many ag-related organizations expected to follow IWC from existing 1945 structure to larger replacement on same site near Idaho Capitol.

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POCATELLO, Idaho (AP) — Dwight Little jokes that farmers fall into two camps when it comes to their faith in the “Old Farmer’s Almanac’s” long-term weather prognostications: There are those wh…

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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho will start making $300-a-week unemployment payments this week under President Donald Trump’s supplemental plan, Gov. Brad Little said Tuesday.

According to the environmental plaintiffs, the U.S. Forest Service didn’t sufficiently examine the project area’s wilderness qualities, potential impacts to the Columbia sharp-tailed grouse or…

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The region produces about 25% of the nation’s fall-storage onions. This year, planting was a bit early, and spring was colder and wetter than usual, which cost some yield.

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The Trump administration plans to lift endangered species protections for gray wolves across most of the nation by the end of the year, the director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Monday.

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Idaho is a major U.S. barley producer, growing more than 75% of its crop for malting, the state Department of Agriculture says.

A federal judge has overturned an 80,000-acre landscape restoration project in Idaho’s Payette National Forest for reducing canopy cover in violation of a forest plan.

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The Idaho Department of Fish and Game this fall will take delivery of about $300,000 in fencing materials to build “stack yards,” increasingly common weapons in the fight against crop depredat…

Improvements to the spillway, the stilling basin immediately below it, and other parts of the 42-year-old dam aim to extend the life of the structure and modernize it.

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Odds increasingly favor a La Nina weather pattern taking hold by fall, upping the chances for a cold and wet Northwest winter, the National Weather Service's Climate Prediction Center says.

The 2,112-acre Phillips Creek Fire, which impacted a cattle grazing operation, was started by lightning on Aug. 5.

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The USDA on Tuesday extended COVID-19 relief to nurseries, sheep ranchers and producers of dozens of other farm goods, while turning down aid to dozens of other commodities.