POCATELLO, Idaho — The Idaho Department of Water Resources says any dam on the last free-flowing section of the Bear River in Franklin County is likely years away.
Spokeswoman Genna Ashley tells the Idaho State Journal in a story published Friday that it will be at least six months before the agency makes a recommendation.
The Twin Lakes Canal Company has filed an application to build a 700-foot-long, 108-foot-high dam in the Oneida Narrows near Preston in eastern Idaho.
The dam would create a reservoir with a surface area of 420 acres.
- Author, activist speaks at Theodore Roosevelt...
- Man accused of killing UTA worker dies in prison
- Women underrepresented across Utah's...
- Mike Lee, US Senate to hold monument meeting...
- 7 tips for summer travel while pregnant
- Pleasant View fire contained Saturday;...
- Utah Democrats headed to 'historic' national...
- After 8 years with no 'true increase' in...
- Planned Parenthood 'CTR' campaign draws... 64
- New rule sparks debate over teacher... 48
- Utah Democrats headed to 'historic'... 29
- Utah Democrat: Kaine 'kind of person we... 23
- San Juan County residents say 'doodah'... 20
- Sanders urges Utah and other... 18
- Utah Democrats see opportunity in... 17
- If Mitt Romney endorsed Gary Johnson,... 14