Monthly Archive: October 2018
HELENA, Mont. — The new superintendent of Yellowstone National Park said Tuesday he won’t consider capping the number of visitors to the nation’s first national park, which is on pace to attract more than 4 million visitors for the fourth consecutive year.
BOISE — Idaho officials are working to determine whether occupational licenses the state requires have gone beyond protecting public safety and now unduly limit job opportunities.
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JEROME — Proposed development of some 200 acres in Devils Corral has spurred a local group into action.
TWIN FALLS — The city is tired of being a “fishing hole” for other local governments in Idaho.
Q: I heard a rumor that the Twin Falls City Pool is getting suit spinners. Is that true? And how are they being funded?
BOISE — The deadline to submit nominations for the annual Idaho’s Brightest Star Awards has been extended through Friday. The award program, presented by Serve Idaho — the Governor’s Commission on Service and Volunteerism — recognizes outstanding Idaho volunteers in a variety of categories:
TWIN FALLS — Northwest Nazarene University will host a face-to-face information night in Twin Falls for those interested in earning a master's of science in counseling.
TWIN FALLS — Jazz saxophonist Doug Stone from Louisiana State University and Jeff Campbell from Eastman School of Music will perform with the College of Southern Idaho Jazz Ensemble at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium.