Monthly Archive: January 2018
TWIN FALLS — Idaho’s average gas price on Monday fell below the national average for the first time in more than a year, AAA Idaho reports.
TWIN FALLS — The Twin Falls County Historic Preservation Commission is seeking a new member to fill a three-year term. All applicants must have a demonstrated interest, competence or knowledge in history or historic preservation. Meetings are the second Monday of each month at 3:30 p.m. at the Canal Company office, 401 Sixth Ave. W.
TWIN FALLS – A man suffered a gunshot injury Monday night in Twin Falls, and police are talking to a person of interest.
Elk to be captured as part of brucellosis study in Wyoming
BURLEY — Tight supplies are pushing potato prices higher, but those better prices probably won’t last long.
TWIN FALLS — Another nonprofit is passing along money to go toward the downtown commons plaza at Main Avenue East and Hansen Street East.
The U.S. dollar crumbled on Wednesday after Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin suggested that a weaker U.S. dollar would benefit the U.S. economy. In the aftermath of the comment, the dollar reached a three-year low against its major trading partners.
Twin Falls Senior Center
Health-related classes and events throughout south-central Idaho this week and beyond.
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