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Loewell Slatter poses for a photo next to his Formula One plane that he used to win the National Championship Air Races recently in Reno, Nev. (Photo courtesy of Lowell Slatter)

Buhl Man Wins at Reno Air Race

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) – A young Lowell Slatter was driving a tractor on his parents’ farm in Filer when he heard a noise overhead. He looked up and saw an airplane fly against the blue backdrop. He thought: ‘That looks like more fun than driving a tractor.’

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Loewell Slatter poses for a photo next to his Formula One plane that he used to win the National Championship Air Races recently in Reno, Nev. (Photo courtesy of Lowell Slatter)
Loewell Slatter poses for a photo next to his Formula One plane that he used to win the National Championship Air Races recently in Reno, Nev. (Photo courtesy of Lowell Slatter)
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Buhl Man Wins at Reno Air Race

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) – A young Lowell Slatter was driving a tractor on his parents’ farm in Filer when he heard a noise overhead. He looked up and saw an airplane fly against the blue backdrop. He thought: ‘That looks like more fun than driving a tractor.’

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Heavy equipment has been moved to the site of a future climbing facility at 135 5th Ave. South. The facility should open by about March. (Photo by Andrew Weeks)
Heavy equipment has been moved to the site of a future climbing facility at 135 5th Ave. South. The facility should open by about March. (Photo by Andrew Weeks)
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Climbing Gym Delayed, But Project Moving Forward

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) – There’s been a short delay starting construction on a Twin Falls climbing gym, but the owner says not to worry – the facility still plans to open early next year.

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Courtesy, Bill Colley.
Courtesy, Bill Colley.
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The Twin Falls of the Future

What should Twin Falls look like in 5 years?  Or 10 or 25 or 30?  We spent a few minutes this morning with Jonathan Spendlove.  He’s a Community Development Planner for the city...

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Energy Department: East Idaho Radioactive Cleanup Moving Ahead

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP) — The U.S. Department of Energy says workers have successfully removed and packaged about 10,000 cubic yards of exhumed hazardous and radioactive waste stored for decades at the department's 890-square-mile site in eastern Idaho.

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