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Early Voting Begins in Twin Falls County
Early voting has started for Twin Falls County as the November elections approach. Twin Falls County citizens can cast their votes at the County West Building in Twin Falls every weekday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. until Friday, November 3.
City Pool Has Been Covered For the Winter
If school wasn't a sign that summer was over, this is. The Twin Falls City Pool, located on Locust Avenue in Twin Falls, has been covered by the "pool bubble" for the fall, winter and spring months.
Will There Be a Fireworks Show in Twin Falls This Year?
Everyone loves the 4th of July. It’s a time to celebrate our country’s freedom, watch fireworks and BBQ with friends and family. Would it be the same without fireworks? Every year, gathering donations for Twin Falls' fireworks becomes more and more difficult.
Canals Shutdown for the Season
(KLIX)- Its about time to shut off the water. On Monday Oct 22nd the Twin Falls Canal company will close the main gates at Milner Dam. After that Murtaugh lake will be drained to winter season levels marking an end to the irrigation season. General Manager Brian Olmstead says there will be some wate…
New City Park for Twin Falls
(KLIX)- The city of Twin Falls will dedicate its newest park today. The Courtney Conservation Park is unlike any other park the city has done so far. Its located at the corner of Fillmore and Falls Avenue. It will feature plants that don’t drink a whole lot of water...
City Budget Approved
(KLIX)- The City of Twin Falls’ 2013 budget is set in stone. City council voted unanimously to approve the $49.2 million dollar budget. Its up about seven and a half percent or roughly $3.5 million. Property owners will see a tax rate increase, but at the same time values have gone d…
City Needs Finance Committee Person
(KLIX)-The city of Twin Falls is looking for someone to serve on the Citizen Finance Committee. The city would like someone with business experience or financial knowledge. The person would join 4 other citizens on the committee. It serves as an advisory to the city council on special projects...
Public Could Play Bigger Part in Park Development
(KLIX)- Recently the Twin Falls Rotary Club teamed up with Glanbia and the city to build a community playground. Most of the money came from the cheese manufacturer. Glanbia donated $40,ooo. The Twin Falls Rotary Club came up with $20,000. With that they completed a playground set in the South Estat…
Water Pumps Back on-Emergency Order Still in Effect
(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, however they are asked to still use it conserva…
City Looking for Finance Committee Members
Twin Falls (KLIX)-  The City of Twin Falls is looking to fill a spot on the Citizen Finance Committee. Members serve in an advisory capacity on special projects. They also look at long term financial planning for the city. The city would like candidates to have business experience or financial …
Jerome City Begins Budget Process
Jerome, Idaho (KLIX) Many cities across the Magic Valley are beginning the budget process. The city of Jerome is currently working on theirs. Right now department heads are putting together their individual budgets. The new City Administrator Polly Hulsey says staff will have about a week to get the…
TF City Council To Consider Annexation Of Chobani Property
With the construction of the Chobani yogurt factory well under way, the Twin Falls City Council will consider a proposal tonight to annex the property on which the new facility is being built.  Right now the property is still outside the city limits and therefore the city of Twin Falls cannot c…
Blue Lakes Leak Scheduled For Repair
A large leak in the bottom of Blue Lakes in the Snake River Canyon is scheduled to be plugged starting in March.  The leak, that’s letting about 600 gallons of water per minute escape the lake, was discovered last year after city workers noticed the lake level dropping.

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