Monthly Archive: May 2018
TWIN FALLS — The National Weather Service in Boise has issued a severe thunderstorm Warning for central Twin Falls County until 1:30 p.m.
To maintain their athletic facilities, school districts often must turn to bonds and levies. But if those fail, it can be devastating to athletic programs that need upgrades.
WENDELL — Troy Fletcher had just climbed down from the Wendell High School gymnasium roof, and he had blood on his hands.
At the far-east “panhandle” of Twin Falls County sits the remnants of an early boom town that started with a bang and ended with a sputter.
TWIN FALLS — A popular coffee shop in Twin Falls will be closing its doors Thursday after 13 years.
LEWISTON, Idaho (AP) — Idaho officials are planning to hold meetings across the state next month to generate solutions to the problems that emergency medical agencies face in rural areas.
WENDELL — The Gooding County Sheriff's Office is investigating a report of a man being shot in the face with a shotgun Tuesday night.
Environmental Engineer Jason Brown takes water samples of the green water at Dierkes Lake. The lake will remain closed until sample results return from the lab.
Our next Big Story: Relying on ballot measures leaves some school districts scrambling to upgrade athletic facilities
During the 2018 fiscal year, right at half of the school districts in Idaho sought supplemental facilities levies for additional funding. Those levies are intended to help school districts maintain their buildings, parking lots and athletic facilities.
TWIN FALLS — There’s something peculiar about Dierkes Lake right now, and the city is trying to figure out why.