Monthly Archive: August 2016
TWIN FALLS — The family of a baby who died last year of a medication overdose at St. Luke’s Magic Valley Medical Center has filed a wrongful death suit against the nurse who administered the drug.
SHOSHONE — A fire ignited Wednesday near the Lincoln County Transfer Station a mile north of Shoshone.
TWIN FALLS — There’s no need to feel daunted by the skills and equipment needed for Idaho’s outdoor recreation.
JEROME — Hoping for some successful fishing? The Idaho Department of Fish and Game released this September schedule for its fish stocking in the Magic Valley region.
It’s already time to book your camping reservations for next summer if you want to visit one of Idaho’s most popular state parks.
FILER — The Twin Falls County Fair opens Wednesday, but the fun had just begun Tuesday morning.
TWIN FALLS — Clif Bar planned to construct two production lines in its Twin Falls bakery, with room for a third. But it didn’t long to see the demand and need for a third line — and soon.
While Wednesday will be hot, it will also mark the end of meteorological summer. Most of us observe seasons through the astronomical calendar or when the sun is at different positions marking the beginning and end of a season. Based…
Hundreds showed up to hang out Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016, at Clif Bar Baking Company in Twin Falls.
Customers shop for fresh produce Tuesday at Sprouts farmer's stand.