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Paving the Way with Solar Roadways

Change the world? Why Not? Scott and Julie Brusaw of Sandpoint have big plans — to replace concrete and asphalt with glass solar panels.

Humor Helps Drift-Busting Snowplow Drivers

February is the favorite month for snowplow drivers of Minidoka County. “That’s when we start our countdown to the end of winter.”

Let’s Help Pollinators Thrive

Without pollinators the human race would not survive. Pollinators are critical for producing more than one-third of our food products.

Wes Hanson Offers Sage Advice: Just Do It

If he has any regrets, Wes Hanson doesn’t seem to focus on them. He has lived his life following one simple directive: just do it.

Wild in the North: Kootenai NWR

One of the most special places for bird and wildlife watching in the panhandle is the Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge

Carl Marler Still Testing His Mettle

He’s not a drug store cowboy. He’s the real thing, tending livestock on his 600-acre ranch. His music celebrates the Great Northern Plains.