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BREAKING: Power Out In Areas Of Kimberly Hansen
Idaho Power is reporting that about 1,338 Idaho Power customers in the Kimberly Hansen area do not have power after a vehicle struck a pole along Highway 30 near 4100 East around 4pm today.
Idaho Power is reporting that the power is off from 3500 North to 4000 North and 3750 East to 4200 East...
Car Crash Near Kimberly Claims Life
(KLIX) On Saturday, June 2, at approximately 8:00 a.m., Idaho State Police investigated a fatal injury crash at 3600 E, 3900 N, north of Kimberly,  Devin L. Stimpson, 32, of Hansen, ID, was traveling south on 3600 E, in a 1999 Dodge Caravan...
BREAKING – Hansen Residents Asked To Boil Drinking Water
Water pressure in the town of Hansen dropped yesterday to a level that is considered below acceptable standards.  The pressure dropped following a power outage.  As a result city officials are asking all residents on the city water system in Hansen to boil their drinking water...
Supplemental Levies Pass In Magic Valley
Tuesday was a good day for school supplemental levies in the Magic Valley.  Hansen School District voters passed a $190,000 levy for one year.  Kimberly voters approved a $300,000 levy with 69% voting in favor.  Murtaugh voters passed a 3-yar $150,000 per year levy by 83%...
Six School Districts Asking For Money Tuesday
Voters in six school districts in the Magic Valley will be going to the polls to decide on supplemental levies.  The Cassia County School District is asking for just over $681,000 per year for two years.
The money goes into the school district’s general fund.  Hansen School District is asking for a r…
Police Investigate Weekend Death In East Twin Falls County
One man is dead and another is under arrest after a series of incidents that occurred in Twin Falls County Sunday morning. Police were involved in a vehicle pursuit of a brown Ford Taurus which ended near Hansen. Later Sunday morning, that same brown Ford Taurus was reported as being involved i…
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.

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