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Steelhead, Salmon River. Photo by Roger Phillips/Idaho Fish and Game
Steelhead, Salmon River. Photo by Roger Phillips/Idaho Fish and Game
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Idaho Agency to vote on Opening Catch-and-Keep Season

The Idaho Fish and Game Commission is set to vote on a proposal to allow catch-and-keep steelhead fisheries on the Snake, Salmon and Little Salmon rivers and on the Clearwater River and its north, south and middle forks.

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Yellowstone Lookout Project Would Hurt Views at Mt. Washburn

Yellowstone National Park officials say telecommunications towers proposed for the Mt. Washburn Fire Lookout would detract from views at the historic site and popular hiking destination.

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spookygirl via Ebay
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2 Original Twin Falls Yearbooks from the 1950’s Have Just Landed on Ebay

It's hard to find original yearbooks from the 1950's. Age is not kind to paper that old in many cases. But, it appears that two Twin Falls yearbooks from that era have just appeared for sale on Ebay.

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BASE Jumper Suffers Broken Leg after Jumping off Twin Falls Bridge

A BASE jumper injured his leg when jumping off Perrine Bridge Thursday. The Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office resounded to the call a little after noon. The man jumping was from Florida and packed his own chute, but Deputy Sheriff Stacy Gorrell does not know how many prior jumps he has done.

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3 Ways To Get Free Pizza In Twin Falls For National Pizza Month

October is National Pizza Month and there are a few pizza chains that are really getting into the spirit of it! Here are 3 ways you can get free pizza in Twin Falls.

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Picture by Bill Colley.
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Why do We Eat the Candy Pumpkins First?

Depending on the type of candy it can get inhaled or it can get stale.

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Picture by Bill Colley.
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Why Are Some Idaho Pet Owners Cruel? (Opinion)

Cruel, asinine and the work of numbskulls.

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Photo by Benito Baeza
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Magic Valley Airports Receive Federal Grants for Improvements

Southern Idaho airports have benefited from federal grants to improve their facilities in the last year. The Idaho Transportation Department says that close to $37 million has been awarded to Idaho airports from the Federal Aviation Administration Airport Improvement Program

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Photo by Benito Baeza
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New Idaho PAC Wants Independents, Democrats to Register GOP

A former GOP state lawmaker has launched a new political action committee to encourage Independent and Democratic voters to register as Republicans so they can participate in Idaho's closed GOP primary election.

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Idaho Schools Chief to Run for Re-election

Idaho Superintendent of Public Instruction Sherri Ybarra says she will run for re-election in 2018. Ybarra, a Republican, announced Wednesday she plans on running for another four-year term.

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Deputy Injured When 2 Idaho Jail Inmates Try to Escape

An Idaho jail deputy sustained head injuries after two inmates assaulted the deputy during an escape attempt. The Canyon County Sheriff's Office said in a prepared statement that the deputy was treated and released from a local hospital after the incident early Monday.

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US Pickup Truck Buyers Demanding More Luxury

Truck buyers are increasingly seeking to outfit their pickups with all the comforts of luxury cars, from heated and cooled seats to backup cameras to panoramic glass roofs.

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Gooding Firefighters Seek Voter Approval for New Consolidated Station

The Gooding Fire Department is planning new changes to the department with your vote this upcoming election. The rural and city fire departments are two separate entities, but they operate as one so they wish to merge as a district.

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Two Magic Valley Residents Killed in Wyoming Crash

A single-vehicle rollover in southwest Wyoming has claimed the lives of two Idaho residents. The Wyoming Highway Patrol says the accident on Interstate 80 near Lyman was discovered early Monday.

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Photo courtesy Dutch Bros
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Thanks to Coffee Shop, Magic Valley Boys & Girls Have Extra $7,500

The Magic Valley Boys and Girls Club now has a little more money to help support area youth thanks to a coffee shop and its customers. Dutch Bros coffee shop says they raised a grand total of $7,590 for the Boys & Girls Club to spend on programs for youth.

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Blaze Pizza Gets Permit to Build in Twin Falls

A new national chain pizza shop has gotten the thumbs up to begin construction in Twin Falls. Last month, the city of Twin Falls approved a building permit for Blaze Pizza to begin work on a building that is currently under construction near the Dick's Sporting Goods shopping complex

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Boy Scouts Will Admit Girls to Cub Scouts

Next year girls will be allowed to join the Cub Scouts. In an announcement today, The Boy Scouts of America Board of Directors decided to allow older girls to join Cub Scout programs

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Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images.
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Good & Bad News for Idaho Healthcare Costs

For all the talk about repeal and replace don’t hold your breath.

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North Idaho Senator Joins Lieutenant Governor Race

A northern Idaho lawmaker is joining the race to win the state's open lieutenant governor seat in 2018. GOP Sen. Bob Nonini of Coeur d'Alene filed to run for the position on Tuesday. Nonini is in his third term in the Idaho Senate after serving four terms in the Idaho House.

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Eastern Idaho Owner of Dogs that Mauled Woman Faces Charges

Police in the eastern Idaho town of Blackfoot say a man has been charged with several misdemeanors after his dogs mauled a woman and killed her pet. Police say 47-year-old Troy M. Smith is charged with three counts of harboring vicious animals and other dog-related misdemeanors.

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