Monthly Archive: January 2017
TWIN FALLS — As U.S. troops battled the Taliban for control of Fathe Noori’s hometown in western Afghanistan, the Afghan National Army veteran was offered a chance to become an interpreter for the U.S. military.
TWIN FALLS — President Donald Trump’s executive orders that temporarily suspends the U.S. refugee program and stops the admission of Syrian refugees indefinitely brought an outcry from religious leaders across the country
Idaho Fish and Game Commission on Jan. 26 adopted new rules for moose, bighorn sheep and mountain goat for the 2017-18 hunting seasons, and the new rules booklets will be out in mid-March.
TWIN FALLS — The City Council voted Monday to raise the pay of police and firefighters.
Q: It has been 100 years since the last U.S. mail stage robbery in Jarbidge, Nev. I heard the payroll was recovered a few years ago when the bridge was replaced. Is that true?
TWIN FALLS — Carl’s Jr. may open a restaurant in Twin Falls by late 2017, a company spokeswoman said Monday.
I am feeling the fatigue of winter. My wife is an elementary school teacher in Jerome, and she is already tired of snow days. I estimated based on reports from many of you that for the month of January we’ve…
For the end of the week and into the weekend an inversion will set up across southern Idaho, but what is an inversion? The answer is in the question, it is the inverse of what we typically see when we…
HAILEY — Yes, it’s tempting to get a closer photo of all those deer and elk.
WENDELL — Firefighters are responding to a large chimney fire east of town.