The beginning of the school year can be an exciting time for students and teachers alike, as they embark on another year of studies. But, with that excitement can also come anxiety, stress and a range of emotions that can eventually lead to burnout.
Lights and Lasers is returning for their fifth year, but they’ll be moving this year. Organizers are moving the event to Idaho Central Legacy Fields, In Filer, to create more space for the event, which sells out annually.
Here in the Magic Valley some schools are still dealing with teacher shortages, With the start of a new school year only a few weeks away, KMVT’s Steve Kirch highlights how one school district is dealing with the problem.
Carmen Creek Rancher Jay Smith and wife Cheyenne graze about 800 head of cattle on 100,000 acres of public and private land, about 40,000 of it is now being impacted by wildfires in the Salmon Challis National Forest.
In collaboration with Idaho Fish and Game, the Sawtooth National Recreation Area is closing all dispersed camping sites along the North Fork Road in response to increased bear activity until further notice.
With the fire season just getting into full swing, Twin Falls District BLM has already had some crews work 36-hour shifts to battle the Bray Fire and while crews hope to avoid relying on those hours again, they remain prepared to respond when needed.
Monkeypox testing was temporarily suspended Monday, while the laboratory conducted a full-scale investigation that identified the source of the error and established remedies to ensure that it will not happen again.