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Magic Valley agencies can no longer recruit veterans at Mountain Home Air Force Base

Desperate for workers, Magic Valley groups used to recruit in person at Mountain Home Air Force Base. Now they can't.

Warm Springs Ranch near Ketchum to be developed

KETCHUM — Warm Springs Ranch, which has sat vacant for years since a large hotel project fell through, is back on the drawing board.

Fitness Challenge wrap-up: A success story

It’s been a long and at times challenging month participating as a team captain for the Idaho Commission on Hispanic Affairs’ Hispanic Heritage Month Fitness Challenge, and in some ways I’m glad it’s over.

Health Care Buzz: Turning 65 — What are my insurance options? Part 1

As 10,000 seniors continue to turn 65 daily and with more seniors working past 65 than when Medicare was created in 1965, there are many questions regarding insurance options. In this multi-part series, we will cover some situations to provide guidance on choices and research prior to making these significant decisions.

Workforce Development offers ‘Online Marketing’

TWIN FALLS — The College of Southern Idaho Workforce Development and Training Department will offer “Online Marketing” from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday. It will meet in Health Science and Human Services Building Room 154 on campus. The cost is $75 per person.

Hispanic Heritage Month fitness challenge: A bright spot after a grueling few days

TWIN FALLS — It sounded fun when I first heard it: Latino journalists around Idaho will lead four teams in the Idaho Commission on Hispanic Affairs’ annual Hispanic Heritage Month fitness challenge. The kicker? The daily challenges would be designed by the Boise Police Department.

Ammon Bundy says FBI has reversed its decision after background check, OKs his AR-15 purchase

The FBI apparently has changed its mind and decided to approve Ammon Bundy’s purchase of firearm after initially blocking the sale during a background check, according to Bundy.