Traffic in Idaho isn't that bad but it does seem to be getting worse. I have noticed some things that aren't necessarily "laws" or enforced courtesies that Idahoans should live by that would make travel a whole lot easier.
Every state has their own set of "rules" or "guidelines". Idaho is no different. We have come up with some of the rules that people in Idaho follow and when you "break" one of these rules, we instantly know you are not from around here.
It is spring and smoke is in the air, no not from wildfires, but from seasonal burning. The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality has sent out a reminder and tips on burning things such as yard waste and fields.
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) The Idaho Department of Fish and Game published upcoming changes to hunting tags for moose, sheep, and goats for 2017 and 2018. The actual booklets will be available to hunters in March.
BOISE, Idaho (Press Release) – The Idaho Department of Insurance is working on proposed rules for the 2017 legislative session and intends to hold public meetings and receive comments as part of its negotiated rulemaking process.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — A tourist from China has been fined $1,000 for walking off the boardwalk in the Mammoth Hot Springs area of Yellowstone National Park and collecting thermal water, apparently for medicinal purposes.
Work is underway in the Twin Falls School District to come into compliance with the new state education overhaul. The Times News reports the School District Board of Trustees approved a resolution on Monday to eliminate district policies that are out of order with new state laws.