Look out, Belfast. A town near Boise, Idaho is about to be the next hot destination for Game of Thrones fans. It’s getting two residential streets named after the show’s characters, and several more could be on the way.
For grizzly bears, leaving national park boundaries could soon be a life-or-death decision.
Shane Matson has been teaching physical science to middle and high schoolers in Leadore, Idaho, for nearly 30 years. Climate change has been a part of his lessons for about the last two decades. And until recently, it’s never really been a big deal.
Reader, I will admit that I was skeptical when I first started watching this video. I assumed a local news station was just using a gimmicky new technique to jazz up a ho-hum story. I was wrong. I was so wrong.
Londa and Bret Edwards were clearing debris from Idaho’s Highway 14 when things took a serious turn.
The footage, once believed lost, will brighten your day as only a beaver can.
1. Mining company commissions "scientific study" about selenium pollution in Idaho rivers. 2. "Scientific study" finds plenty of trout with two heads and numerous deformities. 3. "Scientific study" concludes that more selenium pollution should be allowed. 4. Profit.
The NY Times has an interesting article today about how abysmally slow download speeds are in Idaho. It's pretty bad out there! And made even worse by the occasional vicious bear attack.
Perhaps it's because we've seen so many thefts here at Giz that are worthy of being turned into films, that everything else pales into insignificance. On second thought—nah, this cellphone thief really is that dumb.