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Good News: Eastland Drive Is Now Complete
Good News! The long-awaited reconstruction of Eastland Drive in Twin Falls is now complete! The last phase of the project, which features a $1.2 Million intersection at Addison and Eastland, was completed on time and in budget.
Good News: Local Home Construction Is On The Rebound
Local building construction in the Magic Valley is on the rebound. According to the city of Twin Falls forty-five single family home building permits have already been issued through April. That compares to ninety-three for all of 2011. Lower material prices, lower interest rates, and cheaper land c…
Good News: Jerome Welcoms Old Hickory Buildings
Jerome welcomes Old Hickory Buildings to town! Old Hickory Buildings constructs a variety of outbuildings for storage, garages, and even playhouses. Special buildings can be made to order and delivery is free within 30 miles. Old Hickory Buildings will employ 10 to 35 people and are taking over the …
Good News: Snake River Plain Aquifer Recharged
The Snake River Plain Aquifer, which part of the lifeblood of the Magic Valley, has been given a recharge thanks to the Idaho Water Resource Board, irrigation groups, and groundwater users. Last year we pumped a record 156,000 acre feet of water back into the Aquifer.
Good News: Boyer Jewelry Celebrates 20 Years
Good news! Boyer Jewelry of Twin Falls is celebrating their 20th Anniversary. At the same location for all of those 20 years, owners John and Chris have worked side by side to bring their customers some unique and amazing jewelry.
Good News: Magic Valley Mall Turns 25
Congratulations to the Magic Valley Mall which celebrates its 25th Anniversary! Opening its doors in 1986, the 430,000 square foot mall boasted 41 stores including Shopko, JC Penney, Jensen Jewelers, and Orange Julius. I remember working on the landscaping for the project and thinking what a big dea…
Good News: St. Luke’s Adds A New Helicopter
St. Luke's Magic Valley Medical Center recently added a brand new, state of the art helicopter to its air ambulance fleet. The new Bell 429 helicopter cost $6 Million dollars, and St. Luke's is only the second hospital in the country to utilize this type of helicopter.
Good News: Twin Falls Embraces Recycling
Twin Falls has embraced Recycling! Since the start of the formal recycling program in January, Twin Falls residents have recycled more than 950 tons of waste and an amazing 71% of city households are participating in the program.

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