Coroners would not be wise to show up to a crime scene in their nicest clothes, hair fixed, and not expect something to get ruined.
Standing in the middle of the Pickles Butte Sanitary Landfill with Randy Hagler, lead heavy equipment operator for the landfill, you might notice the smell — clean, dusty Idaho desert air with a hint of fresh wood — or the chipper way Hagler looks at the large, yellow elevating scraper. Hagl…
When Nampa Police officers come back from stressful calls, it's one man's mission to make sure they are welcomed to a clean office.
Canyon County lost a fifth of its manufacturing jobs during the Great Recession, but the sector has been bouncing back over the last decade, according to the Idaho Department of Labor.
NAMPA — Will Ekberg, the operations supervisor for the Nampa Wastewater Treatment Plant, said he gets asked all the time about how he deals with the smells of his work environment every single day.
At 4 a.m., while most Canyon County residents are rolling over for a couple more hours of sleep, Republic Services driver Dan Biddle is starting his route collecting trash and recycling.
NAMPA — When it comes to dirty jobs, Flood and Fire Medic staff agreed nothing really tops venturing into the flooded crawlspace of a house in search of a broken sewage line.
Antlers line two corners of RJ Colo’s shop — 80 to be exact. Bear pelts drape over wood stands waiting to become a rug for a home. An array of animals — a buffalo, birds, deer and a small fox-like creature — dot the room as lifelike displays.
NAMPA — If you're going to make it on the crew that cleans both the Ford Idaho Center and the horse park, you have to expect the unexpected.
NAMPA — When Idaho was hit last year with the snowiest winter in decades, Doug Eakin sometimes worked around the clock to make sure Nampa roads were as clear as possible.