Andrew Weeks is an award-winning journalist who has spent most of his career in the newspaper and magazine arenas. When he's not filing stories, he enjoys the arts and spending time outdoors.
Celebrate – or Not – It’s Presidents Day
Presidents Day was established in 1885 in recognition of George Washington’s birthday, but ...
Photo Gallery: Southern Idaho Home & Garden Show
The annual Southern Idaho Home & Garden Show kicked off Friday at the CSI Expo Center in Twin Falls. The show runs from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.
If Triggered, Fresh Wind Slabs Could Result in Large Avalanches
If you’re planning a trip into the backcountry this weekend, be mindful of fresh wind slabs, which, according to the Sawtooth Avalanche Center, could cause some big problems.
Expect Delays During Highway 46 Project
Work will begin next week relocating utilities on a highway near Buhl in preparation for a larger road project later this year
Boating Safety Class Planned in Burley
Do you have a boat or thinking about getting one? If so, you might want to check with your insurance company to see if you’re eligible for an upcoming boating safety class.
Cassia School Board Appoints New Principal for Burley School
An elementary school in Burley has a new principal.
You Can Track Your Tax Refund Online
You’ve filed your income tax, but are unsure when you’ll get your refund check. No worries, you can track your refund online.
Bull Roams Las Vegas Streets Before Being Corralled
An animal control team in Nevada knows how to take the bull by the horns. Early Wednesday morning, residents in a Las Vegas neighborhood woke up to see a bull roaming the streets.
St. Luke’s Plans Ribbon Cutting, Tours for New Medical Plaza
A new medical plaza will open soon in Twin Falls. St. Luke’s Health System has planned a ribbon cutting and open house on Feb. 21 for its new Medical Plaza 2, located at 625 Pole Line Road West near the hospital, a little more than two weeks before it opens to patients on March 5.
Pilot Program: 3 Area Scout Units Now Welcome Girls
A pilot program was launched recently that allows girls to join certain Scouting units that traditionally were for boys.
Book Retailer Faces New Labor Model
Retail book giant Barnes & Noble is remodeling its stores – but not in the way you might think.
Like Garlic? It Might Be Good for You
You’ve heard that garlic keeps the vampires away, but if consumed regularly it might very well improve her health.
Twin Falls Appoints New Fire Chief
Twin Falls has a new fire chief. The City Council on Monday approved the city manager’s recommendation to appoint Les Kenworthy as the new chief for the Twin Falls Fire Department.
Free Tax Help Available for Qualified Idaho Residents
Free tax help is available for Idahoans with low to moderate incomes and senior citizens.
Restaurant Raises Funds for Local Scout Troop
A Twin Falls restaurant and local Scout Troop are teaming for a fundraiser on Tuesday.
Lock Up Your Love on Valentine’s Day at the Old Idaho Pen
If you’re a prisoner of the heart, you might appreciate this unique event on Valentine’s Day. You might even be able to lock up your love for a photo op at the Old Pen.
Public Meeting Scheduled for Potential New Organization in T.F.
As the population in Twin Falls continues to grow, it could mean that a metropolitan planning organization would need to be created. In regards to that possibility, two meetings have been scheduled to address the topic.
Help Local History at ‘Photo ID Party’ on Saturday
Here’s your chance to help local history. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, the Twin Falls Public Library will host a “Photo ID Party” – and you're invited.
Rexburg Ups Legal Age to Buy Tobacco, State Law Being Reviewed
One Idaho community is making it tougher for those under 21 to access tobacco after officials voted on an ordinance that raises the legal age for buying tobacco products.
Fish and Game Investigates Waterfowl Deaths Near Kuna
Authorities are investigating the deaths 40 Canada geese and several ducks that were found in southwest Idaho.