Monthly Archive: June 2018
St. Luke’s Jerome
MOUNTAIN HOME, Idaho (AP) — A hang glider pilot participating in an airshow at a U.S. Air Force base in southwestern Idaho has died following a crash.
LEWISTON, Idaho (AP) — Idaho officials are pitching a north-central Idaho land exchange involving a private timber company and the U.S. Forest Service that could result in Idaho receiving deed to some federal lands.
Basil (Ocimum basilicum) with its rich, dark green leaves, redolent of anise and clove, is the most popular commercial culinary herb in America. Whether incorporated into pesto, paired with tomatoes and mozzarella or added to your favorite Italian dish, basil is a kitchen and garden staple. Along with its culinary popularity, what makes it so valuable to nurseries is its preference for a tropical climate. Even in warmer climates, it is a tender perennial. In local gardens, it is grown as a tender annual which provides nurseries repeat sales every spring.
SHOSHONE — The Idaho Transportation Department will begin widening U.S. 30 west of Filer beginning Monday. This project is designed to improve safety and reduce crashes in the area.
HANSEN — Two individuals were injured Friday after a two-vehicle crash on US 30 near Hansen.
Work begins Monday on U.S. 30 near Filer
Rock Creek flows through the South Hills and onto Twin Falls Tuesday, May 8, 2018.
A tour of the Schubert Theatre in Gooding.
TWIN FALLS — The city has reopened Dierkes Lake and Dierkes Lake Park after tests showed the lake is safe, despite its emerald-green appearance.