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Editor’s note: This column first ran April 11, 2013, in the Times-News and at Magicvalley.com.
TWIN FALLS — When planting vegetables this year, gardeners are encouraged to “Plant a Row for the Hungry.”
TWIN FALLS — Strategically dodging the plethora of mud puddles on the way to Auger Falls, it occurred to me that joining a group of runners for a moonlight jog was perhaps not my best idea. Canyon Springs Road can be unpredictable at night. Fortunately, it turned out to be my best idea of the day.
TWIN FALLS — Many government offices and other facilities are closed Monday for Presidents Day.
TWIN FALLS — Many government offices and other facilities will be closed Monday for Presidents Day.
TWIN FALLS — Many government offices and other facilities are closed Monday for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
TWIN FALLS — Registration is now open for Over 60 and Getting Fit and Active Aging classes at the College of Southern Idaho. Participants can sign up on the first day they attend the program, which is free of charge to everyone 60 years and older.
WENDELL — Troy Fletcher had just climbed down from the Wendell High School gymnasium roof, and he had blood on his hands.
TWIN FALLS — Filer High School seniors ‘finally’ celebrated the end of their school years Saturday at the College of Southern Idaho’s gym. Many of the students spent the last 19 years together — including kindergarten — making the ceremony a bitter-sweet rite of passage.
TWIN FALLS — Across the Magic Valley, government offices and other facilities will be closed Monday for Memorial Day.