CURRY — Kimberly Williams-Brackett will speak to museum visitors Saturday about her great-great grandfather John D. Nims, founder of the North Side News in 1908. His son Harry was also in the newspaper business. As keepers of the record, these men chronicled births, deaths, failures and successes of the Magic Valley community. Williams-Brackett will discuss how and why she became involved in writing “Keepers of the Record” and will autograph copies.
TWIN FALLS — Nonprofit organizations were shocked Monday when Southern Idaho Landscape Center announced it was pulling its sponsorship for the Magic Valley Festival of Giving. But the annual festival, which raised $210,000 last year for 26 nonprofits, may have found another sponsor.
For decades, Rock Creek Canyon was a home for raw sewage. In 1962, a sewer treatment plant opened in Twin Falls, but the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality still estimates that about 30 open sewers still flow into Rock Creek today.
BOISE — For a fifth consecutive year, the number of Idahoans who struggle with food insecurity has dropped.
A series of cattle mutilations from Idaho and Oregon to Colorado and Texas kept some folks on edge for months in 1975.
In Mini-Cassia, the Snake River serves as more than just a line that divides Minidoka and Cassia counties. It marked for decades a deep division between the two counties.
The 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics have come to an end, with the U.S. finishing fourth in both gold medals and total medals won.
Facebook is rolling out changes to its news feed that could affect posts you see from the Times-News.
According to a recent study, south-central Idaho schools have been hit the hardest of any region statewide with increases in the percentage of students who are economically disadvantaged, English language learners, or require special education.
TWIN FALLS — Many government offices and other facilities are closed Monday for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.