Monthly Archive: January 2016
Surface- and groundwater users, after a long and bitter battle over water rights, agreed on a way to stop the declining aquifer levels and vowed to reverse the trend. To make the deal work, the 2016 Legislature will have to…
TWIN FALLS • The CSI Expo Center was a frenzied venue of blood, spit and crooked head gear on Saturday night as the Magic Valley went toe to toe for the 39th Annual Cowboy and Cowgirl Boxing Smoker.
The National Park Service wants the public’s input on its proposed development of fire management plans for the City of Rocks National Reserve.
BUHL • How did an Idaho family end up with shackles worn by pre-Civil War abolitionist John Brown before he was executed for treason?
TWIN FALLS • All water in Idaho is owned by the public; holding a water right does not give the water user ownership of the water. A water right simply gives the user the right to divert water.
JEROME • Jerome Cheese Co. turns milk into cheese. A lot of cheese.
JEROME • The Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer is a 10,800-square-mile volcanic sponge swooping from northeastern Idaho near Ashton to as far south as Burley and as far west as King Hill.
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Men and women box during the 39th annual Cowboy and Cowgirl Boxing Smoker Saturday night, Jan. 30, 2016, at the Eldon Evans Expo Center in Twin Falls.
Times-News reporters often hide behind their bylines but every now and then, a photographer snaps them in action. Here is a collection of reporters and editors bringing you the news.