Monthly Archive: September 2016
Students from several high schools attended the Health Occupations Day at the College of Southern Idaho. They were able to take part in 12 interactive stations to learn about different health occupations.
RALEIGH, N.C. — A military judge has rejected arguments that Sen. John McCain improperly swayed the prosecution of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl with negative comments about the soldier who walked off his post in Afghanistan.
SUN VALLEY — Police Chief Walt Femling expects to be back working mid next week after suffering from what was likely a stroke earlier this week, the mayor said.
TWIN FALLS — New technology has accelerated the need for a second area code in Idaho.
Temperatures will be comfortable once again Friday morning, but I would still grab a light jacket as you head out. There is a small chance of rain in the forecast because instability in the atmosphere will continue to increase as…
HAILEY — The Idaho Transportation Department will hold a final community advisory meeting Wednesday to gather input on a draft report about the U.S. 20/Idaho 75 intersection.
JEROME — Erik Waller loved Idaho’s open spaces and duck hunting, and when he applied for a job at St. Luke’s Jerome, his wife, Kimberly, was supportive.
TWIN FALLS — A Twin Falls County man is receiving treatment after being bitten by an aggressive bat that tested positive for rabies.
TWIN FALLS — An 18-year-old man crashed his car into Rock Creek Canyon early Thursday.
BOISE — Longleaf Wilderness Medicine visits Boise three times a year to offer a two-day wilderness first aid course. Katie Cartier of Longleaf produced this list of essential, basic information everyone should know: