More stories about IDAHO

  • Beam up

    A cantilevered metal roof strikes a modern note in a traditional community.

  • Six governors may shun stimulus

  • Progressive Partnerships

  • Campaign Touts Plastic Pipe

    In 2007, Cascade, Idaho, began to replace its entire crack-ridden concrete, steel, and cast iron drinking water system with high density polyethylene (HDPE) pipe. The leaky system was taking its toll on residents, who paid $2.50/1,000 gallons of water in 2007—up from 73 cents in 1993.

  • Tight squeeze

    Membrane filtration isn't just for big cities. Two small water districts are using the decade-old technology to combat discharge requirements and prepare for growth.

  • Full-service drainage solution