Monthly Archive: September 2017
Hundreds participate in a Walk for Wishes event brought together by the Make-A-Wish Saturday morning, Sept. 30, 2017, in Twin Falls.
GOODING COUNTY — A man driving a semitrailer told police he couldn't see a tractor pulling hay before he crashed into it Friday evening.
10 a.m. update: All lanes are open.
Our gardening conditions are perfect for home grown garlic. It is a reliable crop, that tolerates our cold winters and requires minimum care.
Weekend will bring a little relief from the concentration of smoke across southern Idaho. A weak system will work across the region, and this will change our winds from the dry northerly and easterly winds we’ve had to more of…
TWIN FALLS — Over the past few years, voices have risen up in Twin Falls against refugees, bringing the city into the national spotlight again and again.
JEROME — A dairy worker ran a stop sign and struck another vehicle, injuring the driver Monday in a hit-and-run crash.
Students enjoy the Homecoming Carnival Friday, Sept. 29, 2017, at Twin Falls High School.
TWIN FALLS — A 23-room boutique hotel in Twin Falls shut its doors Thursday — but not for forever.
BOISE — Senior leaders of the Idaho National Guard’s official military partner the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces are visiting Idaho this week at 9:30 a.m. Friday at the Orchard Combat Training Center, 33400 Orchard Access Road. The visit is sponsored…