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Twin Falls Man Accused of Attacking Mother, Damaging Patrol Car

A Twin Falls man is in hot water after allegedly attacking his mother and damaging a patrol car while being transported to the county jail on Saturday night. 40-year-old Jeremy Dee Glandon was arraigned yesterday. The incidents began after his mother called the county sheriff’s office to report that her son w

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Report: Otter to Seek Re-election in 2014

Idaho Governor Butch Otter is announcing that he will seek re-election in 2014. According to Idaho’s News Channel 7 Jon Hanian, Otter's Press Secretary and Debbie Field, who works on Otter's fundraisers, both confirm he made the announcement to a Governor’s Ball crowd of about 200 people Wednesday night in Coeur d’Alene

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Task Force Recommends Changes to Tech Education Plan

A statewide task force has approved more than 50 recommendations on how Idaho should implement education changes that will phase in laptops for every high school teacher and student while making online courses a requirement to graduate. The task force was created in May as part of sweeping new education changes backed by public schools chief Tom Luna. The group is charged with

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Report: Industrial Employment in Idaho Holding Steady

An Annual report says that after several years of significant losses, industrial employment in Idaho was little changed over the past year with the state posting only a slight decline.  Manufacturers' News reports Idaho is now home to 2,184 manufacturers employing 73,209 workers. Idaho lost 657 manufacturing jobs over the pas

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Magic Valley Schools See Jump in Free Lunches

More students in the Twin Falls region are qualifying to receive free and reduced-price lunches as wages continue to lag behind state and national averages. The Times-News reports that in Twin Falls, about 62 percent of students qualify for subsidized school meals - a 10 percent increase ove

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