Posts Tagged ‘ Canada ’

Documentary set on Tour of Idaho dirt bike course

Sep 18th, 2015 | By

   Will Lyons, Martin Hackworth and Jimmy Lewis stand at Sundance Mountain, the end of the Tour of Idaho.

By Cydney McFarland The Tour of Idaho, an approximately 1,400-mile dirt bike challenge through the state, will be the subject of a documentary starring professional motorcyclist Jimmy Lewis. Lewis teamed up with Will Lyons, who has worked as a cameraman and producer on popular reality TV shows like The Discovery Channel’s “Deadliest Catch” and
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Lava Hot Springs KOA Campground opens for season today

Apr 1st, 2015 | By

LAVA HOT SPRINGS — The Lava Hot Springs KOA Campground, located at 100 Bristol Park Lane in Lava Hot Springs will be opening for the 2015 camping season today. The Lava Hot Springs KOA is one of 485 open-to-the-public KOA campgrounds in the Kampgrounds of America system in the U.S. and Canada. To celebrate 53
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Megaload didn’t budge Friday — because of Idaho fog

Dec 28th, 2013 | By

BOISE (AP) — Fog in southwestern Idaho is preventing a 380-foot, 450-ton load bound for Canada’s disputed tar sands energy development from resuming its protest-fraught journey. Transport company Omega Morgan told the Idaho Transportation Department on Friday it expected visibility problems. At least 500 feet of visibility are needed for the megaload — a large
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Montana mulls megaload permit

Dec 5th, 2013 | By

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Montana Department of Transportation officials are considering an application from an Oregon company to move an oversized load of refinery equipment through the western part of the state to an oil sands project in Alberta, Canada. Omega Morgan began this week moving the water purification equipment from the Port of Umatilla
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Wintry weather halts megaload in Eastern Oregon

Dec 4th, 2013 | By

 Associated Press     PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A megaload of oil refinery equipment bound for the tar sands oil region of western Canada has been halted again in northeast Oregon. This time the problem is harsh weather, not protesters. The giant rig parked south of Pendleton on Tuesday after pulling out of the Port of
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Heinz lays off 10 offce workers at Pocatello plant: Employees let go as part of companywide streamlining

Sep 8th, 2013 | By

BY KENDRA EVENSEN KEVENSEN@JOURNALNET.COM POCATELLO — Heinz officials say they recently laid off 600 office workers throughout the U.S. and Canada as part of an effort to streamline their North American facilities. Ten of those layoffs occurred in Pocatello. Michael Mullen, senior vice president of corporate and government affairs, said Heinz is transitioning to a
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