Since the ponds have become ice free, pairs of mallards, Canada geese and other waterfowl have been swimming and preparing to nest. A pair of mallards and a pair of Canada geese have been swimming in a little pond I walk by daily. Are they the same pairs as last year?
The schools have again used their position inappropriately by using the schools grounds and “kids” to pass these property tax increases.
While living in a state as vast as Idaho has immeasurable benefits, veterans living in rural Idaho communities must travel great distances to access needed medical services.
Whether the winter is short or long, the first flower is a joyful sight — even if its name is skunk cabbage.
Many readers may remember our area’s longest serving legislator Rep. Jim Stoicheff and his entertaining columns that would highlight various bills under consideration during the legislative session.
I feel it is important to make a clarification concerning the article printed in the Feb. 26 edition of the Herald about the “Boundary Homeschool Co-op Production” that put on the “Joseph” play.
Most familiar to us are animals with two eyes. But some animals have more than two eyes — -a spider has eight eyes, a lizard three eyes and sea stars have one eye on each arm.