Monthly Archive: April 2017
Accustomed to drought, south-central Idaho was overwhelmed this winter by simply too much water.
South-central Idaho was overwhelmed this winter by simply too much water. By early spring, much of the water had receded, but irrigation districts, road workers, ranchers, homeowners and local governments were still grappling with the effects.
TWIN FALLS — For Porter Buckley, the flag symbolizes freedom and sacrifice for all who call America home.
St. Luke’s Jerome
JEROME — When severe winter storms pummeled the Magic Valley in February, floodwaters from a broken levy ripped an enormous piece of bedrock from the Snake River Canyon wall, sending shattered basalt into the gaping canyon.
“Hey weatherman, can you do something about this weather?”
TWIN FALLS — Chobani CEO Hamdi Ulukaya says Alex Jones and InfoWars went too far when they falsely reported his company brought "migrant rapists" to Twin Falls through its factory here.
JEROME — Hoping for some successful fishing? The Idaho Department of Fish and Game released this May schedule for its fish stocking in the Magic Valley region.
TWIN FALLS — The Twin Falls County Sheriff’s Office will offer a boater safety course from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 20 at Century Motorsports and Marine, 299 Addison Ave. W.
Fort Boise, constructed by the Union Army during the Civil War, set the stage for the largest city in Idaho.