Monthly Archive: April 2016
BOISE (AP) | A string of volunteer workers, mostly mountain bikers, were marching down an Avimor trail they just built toward a well-earned lunch when Steve Noyes put their effort in perspective.
TWIN FALLS | Not all flying insects are unwanted guests, and for someone with a green thumb, they’re often a welcome sight.
TWIN FALLS • Old-fashioned spring plant sales are becoming a lot more hip.
TWIN FALLS • Art Hoag received a rock star send off at Chobani.
BURLEY • Four former patients are suing a Burley plastic surgeon in federal court, saying he injected them with counterfeit Botox and gave them counterfeit breast implants.
HANSEN • Search and rescue crews helped escort a man to safety Thursday night after he couldn’t find his way out of the Snake River Canyon near the Hansen Bridge.
Art Hoag rides his bicycle in the Chobani factory on Friday, April 29, 2016, in Twin Falls.
GOODING • Two years ago, two volunteer groups in Gooding combined for common goals.
IDAHO FALLS (AP) | Cities in eastern Idaho will not see water curtailment this year as they reached a deal with the Surface Water Coalition.
DECLO • Interstate 84 will be closed to traffic and all vehicles detoured for a series of concrete pours on the westbound Snake River bridge at milepost 216 near the Declo interchange.