Monthly Archives: October 2017

Road Work Could Delay Traffic to Twin Falls Park

TWIN FALLS, Idaho, Oct. 11, 2017 — Visitors to Twin Falls Park should anticipate one-lane traffic and possible delays beginning Monday, Oct. 16, while an Idaho Power contractor performs stabilization work on the road. A 100-foot section of the road […]

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Idaho Power Campaign Encourages Energy Savings

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Throughout October and November, Idaho Power is hitting the airwaves to encourage customers to use the company’s energy efficiency programs and tips to save energy and money, and improve the comfort of their home. Idaho Power’s Energy Savings Made Easy […]

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Idaho Power Provides Weatherization Assistance at Hope House

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Cooler temperatures are arriving across Idaho Power’s service area. For some customers, affording the energy to stay warm during the cold months is a challenge. That’s where Idaho Power’s weatherization assistance program comes in. A recent example comes from Hope […]

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Trout Released at Popular Fishing Spots

BOISE, Idaho — Anglers looking forward to fall fishing on the Snake River got some good news this week, as Idaho Power added more than 120,000 pan-sized rainbow trout to popular spots. More than 52,000 rainbow trout were released at […]

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Take The Smart-saver Pledge

Research shows it takes 21 days to make a habit — and small changes can make a big difference over time when it comes to saving energy. Idaho Power recently launched a Smart-saver Pledge for the month of October, encouraging […]

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Idaho Power Vehicle Auction Coming Saturday

More than 30 pieces of Idaho Power equipment, including cars, vans, ATVs, pickup trucks, bucket trucks and forklifts will be sold at auction beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 7. The auction will take place at the American Associated Auctioneers […]

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Clues to Snake River’s Past Found in the Mud

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Clues about the Snake River’s distant past are hidden in thick layers of mud. Recently, members of Idaho Power’s Cultural and Archaeological Resources Team joined with researchers from Montana State University to uncover some of that history by taking core […]

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