Monthly Archive: February 2016
ISLAND PARK (AP) | An Idaho sheriff says a 2-year-old girl was killed Friday night and two other girls remain in the hospital after they were buried by snow and ice that slid off a roof at a resort.
JEROME • The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is looking for volunteers to help plant sagebrush and bitterbrush seedlings in areas burned by wildfires.
JEROME | Registration has begun for the 2016 Idaho Nutrient Management Conference, which starts at 8 a.m. March 10 at the Best Western Sawtooth Inn in Jerome.
MACKAY | High school students last week watched a mysterious, mind-boggling and unforgettable lesson in anatomy and embryology.
TWIN FALLS • The city of Twin Falls has received bids for a wastewater treatment project, and the City Council is expected to award the bid Monday.
JEROME • For many farmers in the Magic Valley, wind erosion is something that happened during the Dust Bowl years and led the creation of the U.S. Department of Natural Resources.
The U.S. livestock industry is reeling from a recent decision by the World Trade Organization (WTO) that could restrict U.S. meat exports. The WTO ruled against a current U.S. law, known as country-of-origin-labeling (COOL), which mandates food labels that indicate…
Health-related classes and events throughout south-central Idaho this week and beyond.
Twin Falls Senior Citizen Center
Controversy over refugee resettlement may swirl in the political arena. But inside the apartment of newly arrived refugees — confined by the cold of an Idaho winter — the adversaries are more likely to be boredom and isolation. More than…