Monthly Archive: February 2017
TWIN FALLS — After struggling to stay afloat financially while operating the city pool, the Magic Valley YMCA is backing out.
HANSEN — It’s been a snow-filled winter, but two of south-central Idaho’s four ski resorts are starting to talk about closing dates.
BURLEY — Idaho Department of Fish and Game is gathering public input as it considers eliminating the goose hunting closure on the Snake River upstream of Milner Dam.
BURLEY — The Cassia County Sheriff’s Office will host a free, all-day boat safety class March 25.
JEROME — Hoping for some successful fishing? The Idaho Department of Fish and Game released this March schedule for its fish stocking in the Magic Valley region.
The Idaho Department of Fish and Game has spent an unprecedented effort this winter feeding big game animals across southern and eastern Idaho, but it hasn’t done it alone. The department relied on many sportsmen and private landowners.
TWIN FALLS – Pedestrians on Canyon Springs Road are at a higher risk of being hurt by rockfall, and should avoid the area, the city said Monday.
TWIN FALLS — The City Council doesn’t want a new requirement to cause excessive delays in downtown renovations.
BOISE — The Public Utilities Commission will take Intermountain Gas Co. customers’ testimony about a proposed rate increase during a hearing set Thursday.
TWIN FALLS — Tim Soule likes being the man.