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    Capt. Noel Rios, firefighter Joe Ostermiller, and firefighter Chad Tiffany of the Boise Fire Department Dive Team spent Thursday morning clearing obstructions from the Boise River in preparation for the 2016 opening of float season in Boise. They offered a few tips to keep floaters and boaters safe.

Capt. Noel Rios, firefighter Joe Ostermiller, and firefighter Chad Tiffany of the Boise Fire Department Dive Team spent Thursday morning clearing obstructions from the Boise River in preparation for the 2016 opening of float season in Boise. They offered a few tips to keep floaters and boaters safe. Kyle Green The Idaho Statesman
Capt. Noel Rios, firefighter Joe Ostermiller, and firefighter Chad Tiffany of the Boise Fire Department Dive Team spent Thursday morning clearing obstructions from the Boise River in preparation for the 2016 opening of float season in Boise. They offered a few tips to keep floaters and boaters safe. Kyle Green The Idaho Statesman

Floating the Boise River: What you need to know

June 28, 2016 11:23 PM