"Utter chaos," "an anxiety attack waiting to happen," "completely lost," "plain annoying," and "irritating," were all words used by Twin Falls shoppers when describing one store that apparently has a propensity for pulling frequent switcheroos.
This Saturday the First Responders Expo will be held at the Twin Falls Reformed Church from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event brings together local agencies to show off new equipment, get some training in and hang out with members of the community.
This early in the season, the West Nile Virus has been detected in Parma, Idaho. It has been detected through a trap, no person has been infected yet, but this is the earliest it has been seen in the state since 2006.
A Magic Valley woman named Sheryl Smith Burdett lost her right leg two years ago and will soon lose her left leg due to illness. Big Heart Benefits is hosting a fundraiser to help her get two new prosthetic legs.