Idaho Gov. Otter proposes $15 million for water
Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter has long lamented that his state's system of dams captures too little annual runoff for eventual use by electricity-generating utilities, potato- and sugar beet-growing farmers, cities and industry - even as Idaho is beset by regular droughts.
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Eastern Idaho power outage affects 53K
A technical problem at a Rocky Mountain Power substation near Firth is causing power outages for more than 53,000 customers in Bonneville County area of southeastern Idaho.
The INL scientist, born in Kazakhstan, has lived all over the world
Canned, pickled, dried or boiled, Sergiy Sazhin likes his mushrooms in soup, mashed potatoes or simply between the tips of his fingers.
it's the Law
Question: What are considered to be the Upper Snake River Basin storage reservoirs and who is entitled to the storage water released from them? Answer: Idaho is fortunate to have a number of storage reservoirs constructed since the early 1900s.