Monthly Archive: October 2017
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CAREY — Two poached deer were reported near Carey on Saturday.
Hundreds of people dressed in their favorite costume to collect candy from stores Saturday during the Trick-or-Treat Main Street event in Twin Falls.
As we drift inexorably toward winter, it’s time to shift our attention from outdoor gardening to the care of house plants. Success with house plants begins with three essential steps. It starts with meeting a plant’s individual needs. Second, it requires regular monitoring to ensure that the plant receives adequate moisture, nutrients and light and is not being assaulted by insects, fungi, or other organisms. Finally, it requires — as much as possible — approximating the plant’s native outdoor environment. No plant was designed to live indoors. Keeping that plant healthy starts with understanding its optimal outdoor environment.
BOISE — Five local schools are getting money to guy new kitchen equipment.
TWIN FALLS — Police say a man was arrested early Friday after punching another man in the head inside Bumpin Bernie’s, only days after the city warned the bar to cut back on police calls or risk being force to close earlier.
The College of Southern Idaho Dancers presented Michael Jackson's 'Thriller' at the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium.
TWIN FALLS — The federal Drug Enforcement Administration and local law enforcement will offer the public an opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m Saturday in the following locations:
TWIN FALLS — Everyone, at some point in their lives, needs a little help.
Bob Akers of Idaho Falls forwarded a copy of an old letter to the Times-News Wednesday.