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  • 4th of July Fireworks Safety

    Every year, most Americans celebrate Independence Day by firing up their grill, playing a sport and watching the fireworks. Some people consider fireworks the most exciting event during the Fourth of July. However, fireworks can be very dangerous in the hands of consumers.
  • 389th flies in Checkered Flag

    Aircraft and Airmen from across the Air Force have been training alongside one another in participation of Checkered Flag 18-1 here at Tyndall Air Force Base. Checkered Flag acts as an integration between fourth generation and fifth generation aircraft, giving them the ability to work in conjunction with each other. It focuses solely on protecting the United States and its assets from air-to-air threats.
  • Teaming-up to take down an invader

    Idaho is home to thousands of acres of grassland teaming with sage brush, slickspot peppergrass and wheatgrass, but one species is claiming this unique landscape as its own.
  • Idaho's New Conceal Carry Law - What It Means for You

    In March, Idaho Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter signed Idaho Senate Bill 1389 into law, changing the state requirements for concealed handguns.The new law, effective July 1, allows Idaho residents over the age of 21, who are not otherwise disqualified, to carry a concealed handgun without a permit.However, the new law does not extend to members of the
  • Governor declares Year of Idaho’s Military Families

    On March 22, Idaho Governor, C.L. “Butch” Otter, declared 2016 to be the Year of Idaho’s Military Families.Idaho is currently the only state in the nation that has made such a proclamation for an entire year.“I want to encourage our citizens to take a moment to recognize the invaluable contributions made every day by the families of our men and

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