An earthquake shook eastern Idaho early this morning near the town of Soda Springs. The U.S. Geological Survey reports the earthquake struck just 10 miles from the town to the south east. The quake registered as a 3.2 magnitude.
There have been several rather tiny quakes that have happened in the general vicinity of Yellowstone National Park over the last couple weeks. But, this shaker was bigger than those and happened way closer to Idaho than the others.