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KTVB Boise
Free life jackets given away at Boise pondIdaho has some of the best lakes, pond and rivers to cool off in when it's hot,
KTVB Boise / Posted 6 days ago
Idaho has some of the best lakes, pond and rivers to cool off in when it's hot, but safety is paramount. To help prevent that from ever happening again, Boise Parks and Recreation, the Boise Fire Department, St. Luke's and Idaho River Sports have... Read more
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The Columbian
Relax by floating on scenic riversRiver. Pagosa Springs, Colo. Float the scenic San Juan River through this histo
The Columbian / Posted 16 days ago
River. Pagosa Springs, Colo. Float the scenic San Juan River through this historic small town known for its rich geological and cultural history. Surrounded by the San Juan Mountains, the Southwestern Ute originally called the town Pagosah that... Read more
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KTVB Boise
Public invited to weigh in on new attractions at Quinn's PondBOISE - One of the most popular spots in Boise to soak up some sun or go for a
KTVB Boise / Posted 20 days ago
BOISE - One of the most popular spots in Boise to soak up some sun or go for a dip this summer is Quinn's Pond. Boise Parks and Recreation is looking to bring more recreational opportunities to the lake's south side and wants to hear any ideas you... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Anti-Californian sentiment has gripped Idaho for generations. Has anything changed?Californians: Stay away. That sentiment is so deeply entrenched,so common, tha
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 23 days ago
Californians: Stay away. That sentiment is so deeply entrenched,so common, that it is as familiar in Idaho as fry sauce and sagebrush. But what are the roots of that stigma? And what keeps attracting Californians to the Gem State anyway — now... Read more
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KIVI Boise
City of Boise organizes greenbelt repairs, some sections remain closedBoise - Damage caused by the Boise River flooding forced the City of Boise to t
KIVI Boise / Posted 28 days ago
Boise - Damage caused by the Boise River flooding forced the City of Boise to temporarily close the greenbelt in June; and some sections remain closed, weeks later. "There's about five sections of the greenbelt that do remain closed because they... Read more

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