Monthly Archive: March 2016
TWIN FALLS • Tickets are still available for the last performance of the Arts on Tour Season, but they are going fast.
JEROME • Hospice Visions and local artists are creating a new event to share the art of giving.
Winter weather has made a return to Southern Idaho and the Magic Valley.
BURLEY • A spring storm could dump several inches of snow in the Magic Valley on Tuesday.
BOISE | A Jerome man was injured Sunday in a motorcycle crash in Boise.
BOISE (AP) | Irrigators in southwestern Idaho can look forward to normal water levels in 2016 as snowpack levels are well above normal and reservoirs are in good shape.
SHOSHONE | Thousands of years of erosion have sculpted wildly fantastic shapes in the walls of the Big Wood River channel, as water-borne stones scoured and ground and polished the softer basalt.
KETCHUM (AP) • Officials in central Idaho say the vole population appears likely to reach a peak this year due to a mange epidemic that wiped out foxes.
OROFINO (AP) • Emergency responders in northern Idaho transported two 18-year-old women to a hospital after one of four dogs in the vehicle jumped into the driver’s lap and the vehicle crashed.
IDAHO FALLS (AP) | Railway-crossing accidents in Idaho have reduced by nearly half last year, while the number of fatalities has gone up.