architecture

Jerome’s North Park dedication is today

JEROME — The city of Jerome, the North Park Citizens Committee and Idaho Central Credit Union invite the public to a dedication ceremony for newly remodeled North Park at 3:15 p.m. Tuesday at 300 E. Main St., Jerome. This event will take place just before the Jerome County Fair Parade.

Making the List: Many of Jerome’s historic rock structures are still standing

Marian Posey grew up northeast of Jerome and, even as a child, paid particular attention to the many rock structures that surrounded her home. As an architectural historian, she later took on the enormous task of surveying and inventorying the many rock structures in Lincoln and Jerome counties for the Idaho State Historical Society.

DEQ seeks comment about sewage systems manual

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality is seeking public comment on proposed revisions to its guidance manual on how to design, construct and operate subsurface sewage disposal systems. The changes are designed to reflect current public health standards.

DEQ seeks comment about sewage systems manual

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality is seeking public comment on proposed revisions to its guidance manual on how to design, construct and operate subsurface sewage disposal systems. The changes are designed to reflect current public health standards.

Ketchum issues call for artists

KETCHUM — The city of Ketchum invites professional artists, architects or designers to create a new long-term interactive sculpture for a site on the Fourth Street Heritage Corridor. The selected original artwork will be displayed on an outdoor pedestal beginning in late fall and will become a permanent part of the city’s art collection.

Hidden History: The monuments at Bryan Point

Editor’s note: This column first ran Aug. 16, 2012, in the Times-News and on Magicvalley.com.On the Snake River Canyon rim overlooking Blue Lakes Country Club stand the remnants of once-towering rock monuments built by three-time U.S. presidential candidate William Jennings Bryan.

Public art or business access? The URA may deed a part of the Rogerson Hotel wall for a business entrance

TWIN FALLS — Across from the new City Hall and adjacent to the future downtown commons plaza, one wall of the historic Rogerson Hotel still stands.