The Idaho Statesman begins a series of videos featuring tips from local experts. First up: PGA Tour pro Troy Merritt, a former Boise State golfer who lives in Meridian, demonstrates the key to his swing.
Try This: PGA Tour Pro Troy Merritt on Tempo
Watch this black bear cub, badly injured in an Idaho fire, return to the wild
Adventure writer explains why sexual harassment is common in outfitting
It's all downhill from here: Bogus Basin's new mountain coaster
Adventure and travel writer Jayme Moye spoke to a group with the Idaho Outfitting & Guides Association to explain why she believes sexual harassment is incredibly common in the outfitting and guide industry. She learned of the problem through investigative reports she wrote about Colorado's guiding industry.
Nick Rowley posted this video of his daughter, Cash Rowley, snowboarding for the first time just days before her first birthday at Bogus Basin near Boise, Idaho. The Rowleys' video has been shared around the world.
They did it again: a family of lynxes who shot to online stardom after visiting Alaska photographer Tim Newton’s deck in September dropped by again in November. This time, Cathy Newton got video as the group played on the deck of the home outside Anchorage.
The ponds at Boise's MK Nature Center are off-limits for people, but Boisean and underwater photographer Alex Lindbloom had the chance to explore them in September. Here's what made him want to check them out.
"While trying to video a female Chinook salmon digging her nest for spawning (at Boise's MK Nature Center), I was surprised to see this intruder!" wrote wildlife educator Sara Focht. "Mink are playful and cute, but fearless. They will go after prey much larger than themselves. Watch until the end to see if the mink was successful at hunting or not."