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EASTERN IDAHO—About halfway through the annual fire season, officials say eastern Idaho is on track for about 100 wildfires, an average number for a year. But that number could be significantly lower if people behaved more responsibly.

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POWER COUNTY - Southeastern Idaho Public Health (SIPH) officials have confirmed West Nile Virus (WNV) positive mosquito pool in Power County. Other positive mosquito pools in Idaho have been reported in Canyon, Elmore, Gem, and Payette counties. No WNV human cases have been reported.

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Using natural elements in your landscape doesn’t mean you are a lazy landscaper, but rather a smart and wise person who see an asset to their garden, where others may not.

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It’s that time of year again: The huckleberries are arriving! If you’re anything like me, you can’t wait to get outdoors in search of those delicious berries. But before you head out the door, here are a few reminders to try and make your berry picking experience a little safer.

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The Idaho Falls Chukars overcame a 6-0 deficit and scored six runs in the top of the ninth inning to win 12-7 over the Helena Brewers on Thursday night at Kindrick Legion field.

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ST. ANTHONY – The city voted four to two in favor of annexing 12th West and the Teton Highway during Thursday’s council meeting. They also voted to annex anyone who’s requested to be incorporated into the city.