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  • By Jake Mosbach

CLINTON — After confirmation last week that a former Best Western hotel and Ashford University dormitory complex will soon become an Econo Lod…

  • by Kay and David Scott | CNHI Travel Writers
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The Oregon Trail enters the high desert of southeastern Idaho and winds northwest along the Bear River. It passes through Pocatello before turning west to meet the Snake River. Most wagon trains followed the south bank of the Snake as it carved an arc across the southern portion of the state. The Snake is now tamed with a series of dams, but it was once a swiftly flowing river that cut deep canyons, making water access difficult for pioneers.