Monthly Archive: March 2019

Jessi Roberts turned a small-town clothing store into a cheeky online success story

NEW PLYMOUTH — A longhorn skull studded with Swarovski crystals and adorned with leather feathers hangs on the wall behind Jessi Roberts’ desk, an eye-catching gift made by a friend.

A Twin Falls nurse spent 2 weeks in Washington responding to measles outbreak

TWIN FALLS — South Central Public Health District’s Tanis Maxwell had never encountered a confirmed case of the measles — let alone an outbreak — here in Idaho.

Hailey offers roof snow load warnings

HAILEY — As of noon Tuesday, the current roof snow load is estimated to be 70.20 pounds per square foot in the vicinity of Hailey. Local building officials measured about 54 pounds per square foot at the old courthouse, 57.5 pounds at Audubon Drive, 57.5 pounds at Lower Board Ranch and 64 pounds at Hulen Meadows.

Historical museum hosts Williams-Brackett

CURRY — Kimberly Williams-Brackett will speak to museum visitors Saturday about her great-great grandfather John D. Nims, founder of the North Side News in 1908. His son Harry was also in the newspaper business. As keepers of the record, these men chronicled births, deaths, failures and successes of the Magic Valley community. Williams-Brackett will discuss how and why she became involved in writing “Keepers of the Record” and will autograph copies.

Indie Lens Pop-Up is Wednesday

TWIN FALLS — The Magic Valley Arts Council, Idaho Humanities Council and Independent Television Service will host the Indie Lens Pop-Up free screening of "The Providers" at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Sligar Auditorium of the Twin Falls Center for the Arts, 195 River Vista Place. Run-time is about 55 minutes.

‘Legal and Financial Planning for the Golden Years’ offered Tuesday

TWIN FALLS — The Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Idaho Chapter will present “Legal and Financial Planning for the Golden Years” from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the College of Southern Idaho Student Union Building, Room 247. This program is provided at no cost to the community.