I was shocked when I saw the photos yesterday of the fire that occurred near Blue Lakes Country Club in the snake river canyon. While devastating fires are all around us, I didn't expect to see flames in our backyard.
The 33rd annual Western Days Parade is set for 9 am on Saturday (May 30). It's one of Twin Falls' best annual parades, but also brings with it many closed roads both before and after the parade. We have your complete list.
(KLIX)- A driver following to close rear ended another vehicle causing a 6 car pile up on Blue Lakes North. According to Twin Falls police a 62 year old woman passenger in one of the cars was taken to the hospital complaining of back pain
(KLIX)- If you’re out late tonight on Blue Lakes Boulevard in Twin Falls expect some road work. This evening traffic will be reduced to just two lanes while crews do some scheduled maintenance. The section of Blue Lakes from Fillmore to the Perrine bridge will be worked on
(KLIX)- A major intersection in Twin Falls is slated to get a makeover set to begin in July. The North Five
Points intersection will be repaved starting July 15th. It’s the intersection
of Shoshone, Addison and Blue Lakes
(KLIX)-June 4 2012 may be a day many in Twin Falls will not forget, especially city officials. That’s the day the power went out to the Blue Lakes Pumps that supply 80 percent of water to the city. A wind storm disa
(KLIX) -Power has been restored to Twin Falls water pumps. At around noon city officials lifted the emergency order. Slowly major industrial water users are being allowed to restart production. Other businesses and restaurants are allowed to use water, h
The City of Twin Falls is conducting some tests to see where some of the water is going from Blue Lakes in the Snake River Canyon. That’s the same place the city pumps water used by city residents for their homes and lawns. One of the holes is sucking down about 300 gallons of water per second. The city could like to plug the holes but those holes could be feeding water to other water users. The Times News reports that city crews are dumping a red dye into the Blue Lakes to try to follow the water to see where it comes out.
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