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A rumbling spaceship skims the alien landscape, its beam scouring hillsides as creatures scurry from the light. The ship rises toward dark mountains merely suggested by the faint glow of a cloudy night.
New University of Idaho President Chuck Staben has only been on the job for four days, and his initial focus is on boosting this fall's enrollment.
The number of music lovers attending the University of Idaho's annual Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival is dropping.
A University of Idaho leader lamented lagging pay at his school and urged the Legislature's budget writers to give state employees a 2 percent raise recommended earlier this year by a panel focusing on compensation.
Idaho's farmers and ranchers saw record cash receipts in 2013, for the fourth consecutive year.
Steady rain tapped the roof of the wall tent Saturday, as Travis Whitley called out a series of numbers.
The city of Moscow is being asked to cool the temperature of its sewage before releasing it into a creek that flows into Washington.
MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) — The Palouse Knowledge Corridor has announced plans intended to attract startup businesses to the region that includes north-central Idaho and eastern Washington state.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — If lawmakers can get past jokes about too many lawyers in Boise already, the University of Idaho stands a good chance of doubling its programs in the state's capital.