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  • If there was ever a year for whitewater rafting in Idaho, this is the one

    By Steve Stuebner for the Times-News (view original article) Floating the Middle Fork Salmon River is an adventure worthy of any Idaho bucket list. (Courtesy: […]

  • "Farm to School" teaches students about healthy eating

    HAGERMAN, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — Healthy food doesn’t have to taste bland. It can actually taste very good, as a chef proved to students at a […]

  • Thousand Springs Festival delights hundreds

    By Mychel Matthews (view original article) HAGERMAN — Ritter Island State Park was filled Saturday with art, song and food. And people. Lots of people. […]

  • Hagerman Sheep Monument

    Curious Mind: Hagerman Sheep Monument pays tribute to once-thriving wool growing industry By Kimberly Williams Brackett (view original article) Q: Hagerman has a point of […]

  • Anglers have choices fishing in Hagerman

    It's rare to go home empty handed after fishing at the Hagerman Wildlife Management Area, near Hagerman.

  • Visiting Ritter Island and Minnie Miller Springs

    Ritter Island is a wonderful place to visit at this time of year. The springs are flowing, spring plants and flowers are beginning to bloom, and it's an easy place to access for spring hiking and sight-seeing for the whole family, near Wendell and Hagerman, Idaho.

  • 26th Annual St. Patricks Day Fun Run

    The Results Are In, Download Them Below 2016 – Half Marathon Run Results 2016 – 3.5 Mile Walk Results 2016 – 5.5 Mile Run Results […]

  • Visit Miracle or Banbury Hot Springs

    There's nothing quite like immersing yourself in a natural hot springs and feeling the water cleanse your body and soul. Precious geothermal hot water — heated naturally deep inside Mother Earth — penetrates your pores and clears your head of all worries.

  • Post Register: Hagerman Fossil Beds show Idaho’s past

    Idaho is richly blessed with natural resources and outdoor recreational opportunities. However, what Idaho doesn’t have is an abundance of national parks and monuments. In fact, Idaho shares only a tiny sliver of Yellowstone as its only national park. Only two national monuments grace our maps. You have almost certainly heard of Craters of the Moon National Monument, but can you name the second one?

  • Hagerman Birding Festival

    The upcoming Hagerman Birding Festival, scheduled for Feb. 12-14, is a perfect event to learn how to get started. Pre-registration is open for the event, which is limited to the first 150 people who sign up.