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BLM seeks artist-in-residence

BOISE — The Bureau of Land Management has announced an opportunity to be the 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.

BLM seeks artist-in-residence

BOISE — The Bureau of Land Management has announced an opportunity to be the 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.

Curious Mind: How to research your property’s history

Q: How can I research previous owners of my property?A: “In the clerk’s office, we record and index property transactions by name,” said Kristina Glascock, Clerk of the District Court and Ex-Officio Auditor and Recorder for the city of Twin Falls. “In the assessor’s office, they track ownership by address. So I would recommend individuals start in the assessor’s office and look up the property by address. From there, they are able to obtain the previous owners’ names. They can bring those names to the clerk’s office if they would like to read the documents that were recorded at the time of the transaction.”

BLM seeks artist-in-residence

BOISE — The Bureau of Land Management is seeking the next artist-in-residence for the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area. The selected artist will visit this scenic area, guided by BLM staff, for one week in late May.

Collaboration thrives at Rock Creek Ranch

Rock Creek Ranch embraces 10,400 acres in a series of succulent meadows surrounded by miles upon miles of quality range land below the shadow of the Smoky Mountains in Blaine County.