Dozens flocked to the Ririe Reservoir for ice fishing

Pat Sutphin / Travis Lynn, 43, of Inkom, baits his hook while inside his ice fishing hut Saturday at the Ririe Reservoir. Lynn said he’s been fishing his whole life and came out to the reservoir because he heard the kokanee were biting. Pat Sutphin /

With partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the mid 30s, Saturday was a great day to enjoy some ice fishing at the Ririe Reservoir. People of all ages made their way to the ice in hopes of catching their limit of fish.

Horman does her homework

Rep. Wendy Horman, R-Idaho Falls, has made a name for herself as a details-oriented lawmaker. Now she has been given one of the most important tasks of her 14-year career in public office. Otto Kitsinger for the Post Register

Rep. Wendy Horman has built a reputation for attention to detail and lots of preparation. Now she’s charged with engineering one of the most important pieces of education policy in decades.

Glass expert digs into secrets of Venetian process

In this Friday, Jan. 22, 2016 photo, glassblower William Gudenrath makes a goblet with techniques used by Renaissance Venetians at the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, N.Y. Gudenrath spent decades researching how Renaissance-era glassmakers produced objects that are now considered works of art. (AP Photo/Mike Groll)

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A modern-day glassblower believes he has unraveled the mysteries of Renaissance-era Venetian glassmaking, a trade whose secrets were so closely guarded that anyone who divulged them faced the prospect of death.


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