Monthly Archive: December 2017
TWIN FALLS — Many government offices and other facilities will be closed Monday for New Year’s Day.
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We’re featuring some of Times-News photographers Drew Nash and Pat Sutphin’s favorite shots from 2017.
Mini-Cassia Realtors recently collected coats and blankets and donated them to the Cassia and Minidoka School Districts. Pictured from left: Sandy Koch — committee member and Holly Konrad — committee chair.
Every photographer loves a big moon in the sky, right? Archived pictures of the moon from around the region.
TWIN FALLS — A local man is still recovering at a Utah burn center nearly 10 weeks after he was severely burned in a farm accident.
Throughout the history of Christianity, plants have taken on symbolic meaning. From the “olive branch” symbolizing peace, to “the Cedars of Lebanon” and the “Rose of Sharon” which have represented Christ, early Christian writing and art was replete with plants being used to represent the sacred.
Dozens gather to celebrate the first phase of the Main Avenue redesign project completed Wednesday afternoon, July 19, 2017, in downtown Twin Falls.