This is great news for Idaho. For the second year in a row an Idaho city is at the top of the national list of best run cities. Bad news for Boise though because it isn't them this time.
The holiday season is a tough time to set limits on anything! It is hard to stick to a diet. It's hard to enjoy the company of everyone who comes through your doors. And it really hard for some to stick to a budget when it comes to Christmas shopping!
We all have budgets that get tight from time to time. My families budget usually gets really tight around Christmas or after a vacation. There are certain things that we refuse to give up like our high speed internet and Netflix but when budgets get tight somethings HAVE to go.
The holiday season is a tough time to set limits on anything! It is hard to stick to a diet. It's hard for some to enjoy the company of everyone who comes through your doors. And it really hard for some to stick to a budget when it comes to Christmas shopping!
(KLIX)- Buhl School officials are hoping an upcoming levy election will help fill a budget gap. Next week Buhl voters will be asked to head to the polls and approve a $400,000 supplemental levy that would run for two years...
(KLIX)-The City of Twin Falls now has land for a dedicated dog park. But now, they lack the funding to start developing the site. Parks and Recreation Director Dennis Bowyer says there isn’t any money in this year’s budget or the next for the park...
(KLIX)- Last night the Twin Falls City Council got an update on the budget process. City Manager Travis Rothweiler met with the council for the second time on how the budget is coming together for 2012-2013 budget...
It’s already time to begin planning a new budget and the Twin Falls City Council is getting ready for the task. Tonight the council will be hearing a presentation on the city finances…the first report in six months...
State spending on public schools is in line for a $30 million increase under Gov. Otter's proposed budget for next year. Public schools chief Tom Luna wanted at least $60 million of a projected state surplus to go toward public education in the fiscal year that starts July 1.
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