Monthly Archive: June 2017
MOUNTAIN HOME — The Bruneau Dunes Observatory will have a special astronomy presentation Saturday with regards to the upcoming solar eclipse.
TWIN FALLS — After nearly four months in the hospital, a baby born weighing just one pound will likely head home to Hansen soon.
Craters of the Moon National Monument & Preserve was visited long before it became a national monument. Emigrants in wagons and Apollo astronauts are just some of those who have passed through here over the years.
HOLLISTER — Two Canadian residents were injured Thursday in a single-vehicle crash near Hollister.
TWIN FALLS — Band members hadn't even started to tune their instruments when people started arriving with folding chairs in tow, staking out their usual spots.
TWIN FALLS — Paul Melni was getting dozens of phone calls Thursday, as visitors from California to New York were asking about boat rentals with AWOL Adventure Sports.
Children swim while a presentation takes place in the lobby during a rededication of The Y pool Friday, June 30, 2017, in Twin Falls.
JEROME — For nearly 20 years, Bob Thompson has been selling aerial and non-aerial fireworks in Jerome County.
There will be one more nice, pleasantly warm day on Thursday as winds will be lighter, skies sunny and no rain around Southern Idaho. The average high temperature in Twin Falls Thursday is 84, and we will be lucky to…
The Twin Falls Municipal Band plays Thursday evening, June 29, 2017, at the Twin Falls City Park.