Monthly Archive: November 2017
These pets are available for adoption from the People for Pets - Magic Valley Humane Society. See one you'd like to meet? Visit the shelter at 420 Victory Ave. in Twin Falls, or call 208-736-2299.
If you've lived in the Magic Valley for very long, you've heard the strange rumblings in the skies. What are they? Nobody really knows for sure. Here is a selection of stories from over the years documenting the strange sounds, with plenty of speculation about the causes.
JEROME — County commissioners will vote Monday to send a letter to Idaho Department of Lands requesting the agency’s support of restricting shooting near the Snake River Canyon Park.
TWIN FALLS — Twin Falls County Assessor Gerald Bowden’s last day on the job is Friday.
Paul Arterburn is a collector of trinkets he’s picked from old landfills.
TWIN FALLS — The Twin Falls Senior Center is accepting nominations for its board of directors. Any concerned members of the local community and all members of the Twin Falls Senior Center are eligible.
Fall enrollment time for Medicare beneficiaries is almost over. Each year, between Oct. 15 and Dec. 7, every Medicare beneficiary can elect to enroll in a Medicare Advantage/Part C/Managed Medicare or change Medicare Advantage plans or move back to Original Medicare. It takes patience to determine which option is best for you: Traditional/Original Medicare or Medicare Advantage. If you change coverage, your coverage starts Jan. 1.
TWIN FALLS — South Central Community Action Partnership is seeking applicants to serve as elected low-income representative and private sector representative in Minidoka and Cassia counties. Applicants must reside or work within those counties.
TWIN FALLS — When Erin Rigel learned two days ago of a plan to renovate the building she’s leasing, it came as a shock.
Public art or business access? The URA may deed a part of the Rogerson Hotel wall for a business entrance
TWIN FALLS — Across from the new City Hall and adjacent to the future downtown commons plaza, one wall of the historic Rogerson Hotel still stands.