Monthly Archive: November 2016
Charmy LeaVell and Karolyn Gaines give a tour of the Schubert Theater on Friday afternoon in Gooding. Read a story about the theater's renovation Wednesday in the Times-News and Magicvalley.com.
TWIN FALLS — The Times-News’ Drew Nash, the newspaper’s chief photographer, won first place in the non-metro news category for the Associated Press’ 2016 Northwest Photo Contest.
An ongoing gallery of the demolition of the Banner Building and construction of the future Twin Falls City Hall.
MURPHY — The Bureau of Land Management will hold two open houses next week on its proposal to remove western juniper from sagebrush-steppe habitat in southwest Idaho to benefit the greater sage grouse.
Here, we remember south-central Idahoans who died. These photos were provided by families to accompany their obituaries in the Times-News.
TWIN FALLS — A nonprofit corporation is seeking to subsidize projects valued over $4 million in Twin Falls, Jerome, Burley or Rupert.
KETCHUM — Idaho Power Co. wants to construct a secondary transmission line from its Wood River substation near Hailey to its Ketchum substation in Sun Valley, but not everyone is on board.
TWIN FALLS — Some traffic signals in town are due for upgrades.
It will be chilly but dry to end the week and start the weekend. Friday will feature mostly sunny skies and highs in the afternoons will only reach the low to middle 30s. Saturday will be a little warmer as…
Chilly weather will continue through the rest of the week with a few chances of snow across southern Idaho. While most of the day will be dry, a weak system moves into the region Wednesday afternoon and last until Thursday…