BOISE, Idaho (News Release) – This Saturday, Idaho Power cultural staff members will give tours of the historical Swan Falls Powerhouse Museum from 10 a.m.–4 p.m. as part of Idaho Archaeology and Historic Preservation Month.
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) — After months of work to improve the site, the park at the Twin Falls Power Plant is once again open. The park and boat ramp have been closed since September while Idaho Power made improvements to the dam and boat launch area. They reopened on Saturday.
BOISE, Idaho (News Release) – As spring weather comes to southern Idaho and eastern Oregon, homeowners are pulling out ladders to paint, prune or clean gutters, and farm workers prepare for irrigation season.
HAGERMAN, Idaho (KLIX) — A fishing trip turned into more than a filled creel for one Hagerman dad and his 15-year-old daughter after they caught trout at the boats docks at Lower Salmon Falls Reservoir...
If you haven’t been to the new Twin Falls Visitor Center that opened early last year, you’re missing out on some interesting exhibits – such as an old stage coach, which seems to be the centerpiece of the facility; photos and informational displays of local history; and a traveling exhibit by Idaho Power.
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) – A traveling exhibit from Idaho Power will begin its statewide tour in Twin Falls. The exhibit – showcasing artifacts, stories, photos and interactive displays – will open at the Twin Falls Visitor Center on Wednesday, with a grand opening presentation scheduled the following week, from 5-7 p.m. March 8.
HELLS CANYON, Idaho (News Release) – Idaho Power biologists count bald eagles in Hells Canyon every year as part of a nationwide survey to monitor the population of America’s national bird. The survey is done on a single day each January.
HELLS CANYON, Idaho (News Release) – Record numbers of Chinook salmon returned to spawn in the Snake River Basin below Hells Canyon Dam last fall. Idaho Power biologists counted the fishes’ nesting areas using an unmanned aerial vehicle.
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) – Idaho Power Co. and local law enforcement want you to be aware of scammers who are posing as IPC representatives, telling residents they have defective meters and need to a pay for a new one.
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