Monthly Archive: April 2019
BOISE — The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has announced an opportunity for its next artist-in-residence in the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area. The program offers professional artists the opportunity to pursue their art, inspired by the majesty of Idaho public lands.
TWIN FALLS — The Southern Idaho Mountain Bluebird Association will meet at 7:15 p.m. April 30 at the Twin Falls Public Library Board Room, 201 Fourth Ave. E. The group will plan for the success of future bluebird trail monitoring.
TWIN FALLS — The Magic Valley YMCA will offer a summer day camp to make sure children in the Magic Valley are adventurous, active and healthy this summer. The camp will offer fun and unique experiences for youth ages five-12 with opportunities to meet new friends, discover new interests and create memories in a fun and safe environment.
BUHL — Vaping, e-cigarettes, Juuling. Did you know they’re all the same thing? And they come in quite a few disguises these days. E-cigarette companies are now selling vape devices that are camouflaged as hoodie drawstrings, flash drives, battery chargers and pens.
TWIN FALLS — Henry Schein Medical and Henry Schein Cares Foundation have announced a multi-year partnership with the Children's Health Fund to support the nonprofit organization's efforts to deliver high-quality health care to America's most disadvantaged children.
KETCHUM — The Sun Valley Center for the Arts has announced the winners of its 2019 Arts and Humanities Scholarship program which provides monetary awards to local students and educators to help advance their education and experience in the arts. A private reception to honor this year’s scholarship winners was held April 9.
TWIN FALLS — Commercial, industrial and irrigation power customers may want to hold off on installing their own on-site generation systems.
Read through the obituaries published in Times-News
BOISE — Passengers who used a restroom on-board a Greyhound bus April 10 from Salt Lake City to Boise may have potentially been exposed to Hepatitis A.
As 10,000 seniors turn 65 daily, the impact to Medicare beneficiaries using healthcare is becoming more critical with Part A/inpatient hospital and skilled nursing home care in jeopardy of becoming insolvent by approximately 2026.