The board of commissioners plans on signing a letter on Monday that would ask the Idaho Department of Lands to put a restriction on shooting in that area. “It has become more of shooting unwanted household material with unsafe bullet travel all over the canyon rim,” the letter states. Commissioner Cathy Roemer said it’s not just the danger. She said the land there is a mess.
Two men wanted in relation to a burglary and truck theft in Wendell were arrested in Ada County. The Gooding County Sheriff’s Office confirmed Cruz Rubalcaba, of Wendell, and Zachary Tyler, of Twin Falls were arrested.
I'm surprised we didn't think of this first. If you love ziplines and playing with firearms, you can combine the two. There's a place in Idaho west of Boise that will let you bring out your inner Chuck Norris.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Eleven Idaho children were involved in accidental shootings in a 2 ½-year span, giving the state a per-capita rate of nearly twice the national average, an Associated Press review has found.
I recently read that some homes across the nation are putting red lights outside to show that they are a gun free home. First of all - maybe they should look into the history of the 'red light district' before associating their cause to it.
BOISE, Idaho (Press Release) – Steven W. Clyne, 69, of Meridian, made in initial appearance today for dealing firearms without a license, U.S. Attorney Wendy J. Olson announced. A federal grand jury in Boise indicted Clyne on May 11, 2016. The indictment alleges that from January 2013 until November 2015, Clyne willfully engaged in the business of dealing firearms without a license.