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  • Garden Wise: 6 houseplant mistakes to avoidGarden Wise: 6 houseplant mistakes to avoid

    When it comes to keeping houseplants, some people believe they have a reverse Midas touch. “Don’t give me a houseplant,” they say. “I’d kill it.” When they look at their thumb, they see no green.

    Times-News / 15 h. 50 min. ago
  • Children in foster care after Wendell accidental shootingChildren in foster care after Wendell accidental shooting

    WENDELL — Four children were removed from their home Wednesday after authorities found them living in filth, the Gooding County sheriff said.

    Times-News / 1 d. 1 h. 49 min. ago
  • Gallery: Life Inside Twin Falls Schools, 2017-18Gallery: Life Inside Twin Falls Schools, 2017-18

    See any young faces you know? Here's a look inside various Twin Falls schools, in photos provided by the school district.

    Times-News / 1 d. 2 h. 50 min. ago
  • Experts: An Idaho hatchery built to save salmon is actually killing themExperts: An Idaho hatchery built to save salmon is actually killing them

    BOISE — A relatively new $13.5 million hatchery intended to save Snake River sockeye salmon from extinction is instead killing thousands of fish before they ever get to the ocean, and fisheries biologists in Idaho think they know why.

    Times-News / 1 d. 2 h. 57 min. ago
  • County mulls increasing fees for Rock Creek RV parkCounty mulls increasing fees for Rock Creek RV park

    TWIN FALLS — Twin Falls County may decide to raise fees for RVers at Rock Creek Park after private businesses have complained about unfair competition.

    Times-News / 1 d. 16 h. 20 min. ago
  • Be an 'Educator for a Day' in HaileyBe an 'Educator for a Day' in Hailey

    HAILEY — The Blaine County School District invites interested community members to become an “Educator for a Day” on Dec. 1. Participants will get an inside look at schools, classrooms and the professional lives of educators. Guided by a host,…

    Times-News / 1 d. 16 h. 50 min. ago
  • Idaho mayors take over 16 million stepsIdaho mayors take over 16 million steps

    TWIN FALLS — Idaho mayors spent October walking, as part of the Mayor’s School Walking Challenge, a friendly competition that encouraged mayors to walk 10,000 steps each day in order to raise money for their communities and increase awareness about…

    Times-News / 1 d. 16 h. 50 min. ago
  • UPDATE: Woman in stable condition after stabbing in Twin Falls - KMVTUPDATE: Woman in stable condition after stabbing in Twin Falls - KMVT

    KMVTUPDATE: Woman in stable condition after stabbing in Twin FallsKMVTA man is in custody in relation to the incident. The woman is in stable condition, and that may be due to the quick action by her neighbor.Idaho Writer's League Twin Falls chapter meets SaturdayTwin Falls Times-Newsall 5 news articles »

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  • Caldwell man accused of enticing Twin Falls girls arraigned in court | Held on $500K bond - KMVTCaldwell man accused of enticing Twin Falls girls arraigned in court | Held on $500K bond - KMVT

    KMVTCaldwell man accused of enticing Twin Falls girls arraigned in court | Held on $500K bondKMVTTWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — A Caldwell man accused of enticing girls in Twin Falls earlier this fall was arraigned in Twin Falls County Magistrate Court Thursday. KMVT previously reported that on Sept. 24 Caldwell Police arrested Chad Lee McLean, ...and more »

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  • Man arrested after woman found stabbed in Twin Falls | KTVB.COM - KTVBMan arrested after woman found stabbed in Twin Falls | KTVB.COM - KTVB

    KTVBMan arrested after woman found stabbed in Twin Falls | KTVB.COMKTVBOfficers arrived to find the victim, a 28-year-old woman, seriously injured from stab wounds to her head, neck and upper body.Police: Twin Falls man stabs woman, charged with aggravated ...Twin Falls Times-Newsall 2 news articles »

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  • Volunteers conduct projects in recreation areaVolunteers conduct projects in recreation area

    STANLEY — In the 2017 summer season, the Sawtooth Society’s volunteer stewardship program conducted 31 maintenance and construction projects with 277 volunteers providing over 2,900 hours of labor on key projects within the Sawtooth National Recreation Area. As part of…

    Times-News / 2 d. 4 h. 50 min. ago
  • Shooting the bull: Make that lifeless decoy shimmy and shakeShooting the bull: Make that lifeless decoy shimmy and shake

    If you’ve been following the waterfowl ‘Migration Map’ on Ducks Unlimited’s website (www.ducks.org), then you’ve noticed that increasingly colder temperatures to the north are starting to send more birds scooting southward. That’s great news, because the battle-weary local mallards have…

    Times-News / 2 d. 13 h. 20 min. ago
  • Anatomy of a Canyon: Dissecting the PanoramaAnatomy of a Canyon: Dissecting the Panorama

    At the north end of Twin Falls, a fascinating mixture of industry and recreation shares the Snake River Canyon bottom. An observer on the canyon rim also looks down on a wildlife haven, historical remnants of mining and homesteading and…

    Times-News / 2 d. 15 h. 20 min. ago
  • Police offer help to address security at Magic Valley churchesPolice offer help to address security at Magic Valley churches

    TWIN FALLS — Police urged religious leaders to be cautious when discussing whether to allow or encourage parishioners to carry concealed weapons at church.

    Times-News / 2 d. 16 h. 20 min. ago
  • Report: Idaho counties had rising wages, employment in the first quarter of 2017Report: Idaho counties had rising wages, employment in the first quarter of 2017

    TWIN FALLS — As south-central Idaho welcomes business expansions, with historically low unemployment, employers are stepping up their recruiting efforts — and their wages. In some cases, the wage growth in the region’s counties is surpassing both state and national…

    Times-News / 2 d. 16 h. 20 min. ago
  • Hidden History: How Oakley beat the influenza pandemicHidden History: How Oakley beat the influenza pandemic

    The influenza pandemic of 1918-19 killed up to 50 million people worldwide. To keep the population of Oakley healthy, town doctor A.F.O. Nielson quarantined the entire Oakley Valley.

    Times-News / 2 d. 16 h. 20 min. ago
  • Free Thanksgiving fun at the Herrett CenterFree Thanksgiving fun at the Herrett Center

    TWIN FALLS — The public is invited to make holiday-themed archaeological crafts at a free event at the Herrett Center for Arts and Science after Thanksgiving.

    Times-News / 2 d. 16 h. 50 min. ago
  • Twin Falls golf standout Gaspar signs with UMKC - Twin Falls Times-NewsTwin Falls golf standout Gaspar signs with UMKC - Twin Falls Times-News

    Twin Falls Times-NewsTwin Falls golf standout Gaspar signs with UMKCTwin Falls Times-NewsTWIN FALLS — Daniel Gaspar is hopping across the country to play Division I golf next year after signing with the University of Missouri–Kansas City Kangaroos on Wednesday. The trip may seem to be a long one, but it will take him just across the ...

    Google News / 2 d. 23 h. 33 min. ago
  • Twin Falls CPA pleads guilty to making a false statement to IRS - KMVTTwin Falls CPA pleads guilty to making a false statement to IRS - KMVT

    KMVTTwin Falls CPA pleads guilty to making a false statement to IRSKMVTBOISE, Idaho (News Release) — Janet Roe, 56, of Twin Falls, pleaded guilty Tuesday to making a false statement to the Internal Revenue Service, U.S. Attorney Bart M. Davis announced. Roe works as a certified public accountant in Twin Falls. According ...

    Google News / 3 d. 1 h. 16 min. ago
  • Police: Twin Falls Man Crushed to Death by Farm Equipment - U.S. News & World ReportPolice: Twin Falls Man Crushed to Death by Farm Equipment - U.S. News & World Report

    Police: Twin Falls Man Crushed to Death by Farm EquipmentU.S. News & World ReportTWIN FALLS, Idaho (AP) — The Twin Falls County coroner has identified the man who was crush to death by farm equipment. The Times-News reports police found 40-year-old Jose Jamie Tapia of Twin Falls dead underneath a large hay baler Tuesday.and more »

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  • Former Twin Falls County Sheriff's captain sentenced for DUI - Twin Falls Times-NewsFormer Twin Falls County Sheriff's captain sentenced for DUI - Twin Falls Times-News

    Twin Falls Times-NewsFormer Twin Falls County Sheriff's captain sentenced for DUITwin Falls Times-NewsTWIN FALLS — A former Twin Falls County Sheriff's captain was sentenced Tuesday to a year of supervised probation and 48 hours of community service for drunken driving while off duty. Brent Hilliard was sentenced in Twin Falls County Fifth District Court.Twin Falls insurance agent given to 30 days in jail, 5 years probationKMVTall 7 news articles »

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  • Who plows school campuses? Twin Falls school maintenance workers gear up for winter - Twin Falls Times-NewsWho plows school campuses? Twin Falls school maintenance workers gear up for winter - Twin Falls Times-News

    Twin Falls Times-NewsWho plows school campuses? Twin Falls school maintenance workers gear up for winterTwin Falls Times-NewsTWIN FALLS – Winter is less than six weeks away and we've already gotten the first snow of the season. It means the Twin Falls School District is thinking about snow removal. Director of operations Ryan Bowman gave an information report to the school ...

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  • New substance abuse treatment center opens in Twin Falls - KTVBNew substance abuse treatment center opens in Twin Falls - KTVB

    KTVBNew substance abuse treatment center opens in Twin FallsKTVBTWIN FALLS - A new substance abuse treatment center has opened in the southern Idaho city of Twin Falls. The Times-News reports owners Gerlyn "Sam" Walker and Kelly Smothers both have experience working with the criminal justice population. Walker ...and more »

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  • Charity drive puts car keys in hands of veteransCharity drive puts car keys in hands of veterans

    Both are veterans: Aullman served in the Persian Gulf War with the Army; Dredge did two tours of duty in Iraq with the Marines. Both struggle today as a direct result of their military service: Aullman battles post-traumatic stress disorder, a condition that he says contributed to him losing his job in 2014; Dredge is 90 percent disabled, the work of a suicide bomber, he said.

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  • Yogurt maker Chobani expanding in tiny town of Twin Falls, IdahoYogurt maker Chobani expanding in tiny town of Twin Falls, Idaho

    Chobani is the latest in a series of food manufacturers to locate or expand in Twin Falls, which is about 200 miles northwest of Salt Lake City in the high desert. The world's largest yogurt factory is about to get bigger in the picturesque southern Idaho town of Twin Falls.

    Twin Falls News / 9 d. 4 h. 19 min. ago
  • CEO of yogurt giant Chobani expands in Idaho despite turmoilCEO of yogurt giant Chobani expands in Idaho despite turmoil

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    Twin Falls News / 9 d. 4 h. 19 min. ago
  • Yogurt maker Chobani expanding in tiny town of Twin Falls, Idaho - USA TODAYYogurt maker Chobani expanding in tiny town of Twin Falls, Idaho - USA TODAY

    USA TODAYYogurt maker Chobani expanding in tiny town of Twin Falls, IdahoUSA TODAYChobani, the maker of Greek yogurt, has announced it is building a $21 million research center to accompany its existing facility already employing about 1,000 people. Chobani is the latest in a series of food manufacturers to locate or expand in Twin ...Chobani wants Twin Falls to be a 'Silicon Valley' for food innovationTwin Falls Times-NewsCEO of yogurt giant Chobani expands in Idaho despite turmoilIdaho Business Reviewall 14 news articles »

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  • Suzanne Spaulding:Suzanne Spaulding:

    As members of Congress prepare to question social-media executives this weekabout Russia's use of their platforms, they need to broaden their focus beyond elections. Our courts are at risk, too.

    Twin Falls News / 16 d. 12 h. 40 min. ago
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  • Police investigate hate crime at southern Idaho mosquePolice investigate hate crime at southern Idaho mosque

    Police say they are investigating a hate crime after someone left a cross covered with parts from a butchered pig outside a southern Idaho mosque. reports the 4-foot-tall cross was left in the parking lot of the Islamic Center of Twin Falls sometime Friday night or early Saturday morning.

    Twin Falls News / 19 d. 3 h. 21 min. ago
  • Don't overlook the Kremlin's threats to our courtsDon't overlook the Kremlin's threats to our courts

    Suzanne Spaulding is the senior adviser for homeland security at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, where she is leading an initiative on countering operations designed to weaken our judicial system. From 2013 to 2017, she was an undersecretary at the Department of Homeland Security.

    Twin Falls News / 19 d. 5 h. 37 min. ago
  • Elected officials attend Agenda 21 meeting in I.F.Elected officials attend Agenda 21 meeting in I.F.

    Conspiracy theorist Tom DeWeese didn't only draw a large crowd at the Romance Theater in Rexburg last week; he also held another meeting at Smith Chevrolet to lecture on Agenda 21. The Oct. 18 Idaho Falls meeting was attended by a large number of local officials and candidates, according to a list posted to Facebook by organizer Dan Roberts. The radical right-wing John Birch Society organized a statewide tour for DeWeese, which also included stops in Boise, Twin Falls and Spokane Valley, Wash.

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  • Baku Pogrom Survivor Liyah Babayan Announces Bid for Twin Falls City Council in IdahoBaku Pogrom Survivor Liyah Babayan Announces Bid for Twin Falls City Council in Idaho

    TWIN FALLS CITY, Idaho – Armenian-American businesswoman and community leader Liyah Babayan is running for the Twin Falls City Council, reports the Idaho Chapter of the Armenian National Committee of America . "After serious thought, prayer and the blessing of my family, I am excited to announce my candidacy for Twin Falls City Council and respectfully ask for your vote this November 7th to represent #ThePeopleFirst as your next City Councilwoman," remarked Babayan in an announcement to her supporters.  "I accept with grace the opportunity to give back to the city and country that gave my family a second chance at life."

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  • Semi crash blocks I-90 on the east side of 4th of July Pass for hoursSemi crash blocks I-90 on the east side of 4th of July Pass for hours

    Just before noon a crash occurred on I-90 at milepost 30, on the east side of 4th of July Pass, east of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. A semi-truck pulling a trailer full of apples driven by Wayne W. Weber, 60, of Roundup, Montana, was traveling eastbound too fast to safely negotiate a curve.

    Twin Falls News / 28 d. 1 h. 29 min. ago
  • Uniquely small-town IdahoUniquely small-town Idaho

    Russ Weaver, 82, stands on a ladder as he paints his home Sept. 26, 2017, in Hollister, Idaho.

    Twin Falls News / 28 d. 18 h. 40 min. ago