JEROME — The Jerome County Historical Society will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Depot Museum, 212 E. First St.
Q: I have heard rumors that a Texas Roadhouse is coming to Twin Falls. Can you tell me if that is true, and if so when and where it will be?
BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality is seeking public comment on its proposed plans to fund wastewater and drinking water construction projects eligible for state grants and loans in the fiscal year 2020 which begins July 1.
JEROME — The Planning and Zoning Commission is seeking a new board member. In order to serve, you must have lived within the city limits for the past two years and must remain a resident of the city during your service on the commission.
TWIN FALLS —The city of Twin Falls will host two public listening and input sessions on a proposal by Smoke Free Idaho to require all businesses and public places within city limits to be smoke-free.
TWIN FALLS — The College of Southern Idaho Symphonic Band is looking for high school musicians, college students and community members who can play at least moderately difficult music to join the ensemble. This is a concert band made up of musicians from around the Magic Valley who perform two concerts per year. It is your chance to dust off your band instrument and enjoy playing in a musical group again.
TWIN FALLS — Selina Gonzalez, 17, was named the 2019 Magic Valley Youth of the Year by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Magic Valley. The award is the highest honor a club member can receive. It recognizes the recipient’s outstanding contributions to family, school, community and the Boys & Girls Club while overcoming significant personal challenges.
BURLEY — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality is seeking public comment on a proposed air quality permit-to-construct modification for McCain Foods, Burley.