Trisha Gronenthal was born in Twin Falls, raised in Burley, and studied English and History at Brigham Young University-Idaho in Rexburg, so she is an Idaho girl true blue, through and through. She’s easy to please and enjoys doing just about everything from snowmobiling and softball to scrapbooking and crocheting to trying new things like sushi. But best of all, she loves to read, some of her favorites being Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling, Macbeth by William Shakespeare, and Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert. She lives in Twin Falls with her husband, Brian, her new son, Trey, her English Mastiff, Indy, and her kitty-cat, Tammy Peanut.
Best Outdoor Activities Around the Magic Valley–Our Top Five
Idaho is famous for its potatoes, but the real lure that brings people to Idaho and convinces them to stay is its great outdoors. The Magic Valley is no exemption to this rule. People come from all around the world to explore our rivers, rocks, and mountains in search of an adventure, and I'm s…
Best Places to Cool Off in the Magic Valley this Summer–Our Top Five
We all love the summer months, but let’s face it, some days the heat is just too much to handle. But you don’t have to retreat to your dark basement or camp out at the freezer section of the grocery store to stop the perspiration in its tracks. The Magic Valley has plenty of activities to do and pla…
The Search for the Perfect Dog Park Site in Twin Falls Continues
The Magic Valley Canine Social Club’s proposal to put a dog park in the Oregon Trail Youth Complex was denied by the Parks and Recreation Department on Tuesday; however, the board was very positive about having a dog park in Twin Falls. The only question is, where to put it?