Monthly Archive: October 2016
TWIN FALLS — A woman was treated Monday afternoon for smoke inhalation at a house fire west of the College of Southern Idaho campus.
Here is a collection of all the letters we have received from readers about the election.
This week brought us the closure of most general and controlled deer hunts as well as several bull elk hunts in our region. The wet weather this weekend was not especially favorable to those trying to fill their tags at…
TWIN FALLS — Whether you’re looking for something to send shivers down your spine this Halloween or just want to steal some candy from your kids, we’ve got you covered. Here are some spooky and not-so-spooky events to make your…
BLACKFOOT — As winter’s cold temperatures loom in coming months, Idahoans are getting prepared.
SALT LAKE CITY — A federal judge considered Tuesday whether a Utah ban on hidden cameras at slaughterhouses that was passed amid a wave of similar measures around the country violates the right to freedom of speech.
Less than a month after OPEC announced a plan to collectively reduce oil production to boost prices, it appears that the deal may be falling apart.
These pets are available for adoption from the Magic Valley Humane Society. See one you'd like to meet? Visit the shelter at 420 Victory Ave. in Twin Falls, or call 208-736-2299.
Twin Falls Senior Citizen Center
Health-related classes and events throughout south-central Idaho this week and beyond.