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Life returns to BLM land burned by 2012 Cave Canyon Fire
Pat Sutphin/The Times-News via AP
Life returns to BLM land burned by 2012 Cave Canyon Fire
On the evening of Aug. 5, 2012, a bolt of lightning shot from the clouds, striking the northeastern edge of the South Hills

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Idaho gets a new state statistician for NASS
Idaho gets a new state statistician for NASS
Randy Welk returns to Idaho after five years at NASS headquarters.
US pledges to work more closely with states vs. wildfires
US pledges to work more closely with states vs. wildfires
The Trump administration is pledging to work more closely with state and local officials to prevent wildfires and fight those choking California and other western states
Sisters nurture legacy at family orchard
Sisters nurture legacy at family orchard
The first fruit trees were planted in 1906 by the current owners’ great grandfather, who came to the area from Pennsylvania.
Idaho dairy research center gains traction
Idaho dairy research center gains traction
The University of Idaho is in negotiations to purchase property for building a world-class dairy research farm in south-central Idaho.
Idaho’s sizable corn crop fares mostly well
Idaho’s sizable corn crop fares mostly well
Pollinating conditions not always ideal
Governors say ban on land deals could hurt beleaguered bird
BLM announced on July 24 that it would no longer use mandatory off-site compensatory mitigation on most federal land.
Final plan for central Idaho wilderness area approved
The legislation approving the wilderness areas allows continued livestock grazing where it existed before the wilderness designation.
Consumer prices up 2.9 pct, leaving Americans worse off
During the past year, higher prices for oil, gasoline and transportation have caused the inflation rate to jump.
UI to host annual Fruit Field Day, research tours
UI to host annual Fruit Field Day, research tours
Participants can tour the university’s comprehensive project sites focused on apple irrigation, fruit nutrition, chemical thinning and pesticide use.
Idaho sends curtailment orders to groundwater users
Idaho sends curtailment orders to groundwater users
Some filed for variances, extensions

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