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Bumblebee blues: Pacific Northwest pollinator in trouble
Researchers hope to accumulate enough information to recommend ways to conserve bumblebees and their habitat.

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New Yellowstone boss named following predecessor’s ouster
Cameron “Cam” Sholly will replace Dan Wenk, who has been superintendent since 2011.
Agency considers dropping wolf protections
Since securing protection in the 1970s, they have bounced back in parts of the country.
Idaho tax commission weighs hops equipment exemption
Idaho tax commission weighs hops equipment exemption
Definition of “production” to get further review.
BLM releases 26 wild horses in Idaho following 2015 fire
The Bureau of Land Management has released 26 wild horses into the Sands Basin Herd Management Area in southwestern Idaho
EPA transfers water pollution elimination program to Idaho DEQ
EPA transfers water pollution elimination program to Idaho DEQ
The change means all Northwest states will administer their own Pollutant Discharge Elimination System programs.
Supreme Court tie goes to Washington tribes in landmark culvert case
Supreme Court tie goes to Washington tribes in landmark culvert case
Supreme Court upholds order to replace fish-blocking culverts
Washington planning second large-scale earthquake drill
Geologists say it's only a matter of time before a large-scale earthquake hits Washington's Cascadia Subduction Zone
Idaho’s tax revenue growth remains strong
Idaho's tax revenues continue to grow, driven in part by a strong economy
Cole-Hansen appointed to Idaho Water Resource Board
Cole-Hansen appointed to Idaho Water Resource Board
She has worked as Lewiston Orchards Irrigation District CFO for 13 years.
Monitoring moisture helps onion growers
Monitoring moisture helps onion growers
One of Jim Klauzer’s favorite tools is a sensor made of a hard-plastic tube about a fourth as long as a broom handle with a porous dome on one end and wire-connected readers on the other.

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