Cities Join Forces For 4th Of July
This year’s 4th of July fireworks show should be bigger and better than last year. Instead of only involving Twin Falls this year, it will also include Jerome. The two cities have decided to combine resources this year for the fireworks display. The show will still be held on the campus of the College of Southern Idaho. There are about $11,000 in the coffers so far for this year’s show and about another $25,000 is needed. The deadline for donating to the cause is about four weeks away. The public can donate to this event by going to magicvalleyfireworks.org. You can also donate in person at the office of Stevens Pierce and Associates, at the Pioneer Club, and area Oasis Stop ‘N Go locations. Twin Falls residents can also donate $2 on their water bill.