Thursday Aug 7
As a child Jim Emmert used to sit on his grandfather's lap and hear eye-popping stories about horses, trips to the woods and harrowing times his pioneering ancestors faced.
Woman pleads guilty in Elk City beating death
A north-central Idaho woman has pleaded guilty to a reduced charge for causing fatal injuries during an argument with a woman over cosmetics, a necklace and a compact disc.
Idaho's Magruder Corridor sends city boy from Portland scampering back out to civilization
The Magruder Corridor carries more than a little cachet when those who know it call it the "wildest road in the lower 48 states."
Red River Hot Springs sells exclusive use of huge hot pool for $8
No kidding, for $8 I had exclusive use of the 80-foot long pool at Red River Hot Springs Resort , plus the hotter soaking tub that goes with it.
Rogue Idaho River Dredgers Hitting 'Pay Streak'
In defiance of federal regulators, dozens of rogue miners continue to illegally dredge for precious minerals in Idaho rivers, with a fair amount of success.