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Health Care Buzz: Turning 65: A plan for 2019

As we look to 2019, we have some exciting topics we will be tackling. We would love to hear from you regarding ideas, topics and questions about crazy health care issues because transforming the hassle factor in healthcare through education is the mission of the Patient Financial Navigator Foundation.

Health Care Buzz: Turning 65: A plan for 2019

As we look to 2019, we have some exciting topics we will be tackling. We would love to hear from you regarding ideas, topics and questions about crazy health care issues because transforming the hassle factor in healthcare through education is the mission of the Patient Financial Navigator Foundation.

River and Adventure Toys hosts free community event

TWIN FALLS — River and Adventure Toys will hold a free community event at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the store, 701 Second Ave. S., Twin Falls. The Idaho Conservation League Public Lands Director John Robison will share photos, stories and advice for paddling the Owyhee Canyonlands.

BSU holds drop-in session in Wood River Valley

HAILEY — Boise State University will hold an information drop-in session from 12 to 4:30 p.m. Thursday at the CSI Blaine County Center, 1050 Fox Acres Road, Hailey. A Boise State outreach coordinator will be ready to answer questions and help students learn about flexible scheduling, online offerings, convenient locations and support services.

Library asks for input on 5-year plan

TWIN FALLS — The Twin Falls Public Library board of trustees and staff are asking for community input as they work on the library’s five-year plan. A meeting is 7 p.m. Nov. 30 at the library, 201 Fourth Ave. E., where community members can share their ideas on what they want from the library.

Grants available for Idaho after-school programs

BOISE — The State Department of Education will award about $1.5 million for five-year grants to operate after-school programs across Idaho starting in the 2018-2019 school year. Local educational agencies, community-based organizations, tribal organizations and other public and private organizations are eligible to apply for the funds. Grant applications are due by Jan. 26.

Event will focus on future of Magic Valley health care

TWIN FALLS — A luncheon is planned for next week to explore the next chapter of health care in the Magic Valley.