TWIN FALLS — South Central Public Health District’s Tanis Maxwell had never encountered a confirmed case of the measles — let alone an outbreak — here in Idaho.
GOODING — The Gooding Soil Conservation District and the University of Idaho Extension in Gooding County announced they were awarded an urban agriculture conservation grant from the National Association of Conservation Districts and the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service.
TWIN FALLS — Home is where the heart is ... and where 88 percent of all heart attacks happen. Are you prepared to save the life of your sweetheart if necessary?
TWIN FALLS — Nearly one in four teens admit to using a prescription drug that wasn’t prescribed to them, and a recent survey from the Food and Drug Administration shows 3.6 million middle- and high-school students are now using e-cigarettes — vapes — in the U.S.
TWIN FALLS — South Central Public Health District has announced new Women, Infants and Children — WIC — clinics to help mothers and children in the Magic and Wood River valleys choose and afford healthier lifestyles. Specifically, the program helps low-income pregnant breastfeeding and non-breastfeeding postpartum women and infants and children up to age five who are at nutritional risk.
ROGERSON — South Central Public Health District and the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality announced Oct. 17 they’re lifting a public health advisory for Salmon Falls Creek Reservoir.
TWIN FALLS — Have you ever thought about fighting wildfires? A new program with the Bureau of Land Management could help you get your foot in the door.
Q: How can I check for reports and updates on road construction throughout the Magic Valley?
TWIN FALLS — The South Central Public Health District will host the 2018 Health Heroes Awards at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the Katz A and B conference rooms at its office, 1020 Washington St. N., Twin Falls.
Q: Is there a safe way to get rid of rock chucks and other critters like skunks and raccoons without killing them?