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City Decides Not to Use Million

(KLIX)- If you had a million dollars how would you spend it? Monday night, Twin Falls City council decided not to use a million dollars. Last week the council added an additional one million to the city budget that was presented to them using the foregone money

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Funding Drained for Energy Office

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho's energy office is running out of money because royalties from federal geothermal leases haven't materialized and federal stimulus cash is drying up. Among possibilities in discussion to cover the Office of Energy Resources' expenses: A surcharge on Idaho utility customers' power bills

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Air Magic Valley Financially Good-City will get money back

(KLIX)- The 2012 Air Magic Valley show seems to have gone off without a hitch. Airport Manager Bill Carberry says it went very well this year. He gave a brief report to the Twin Falls City Council on the success of the air show

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TF Dog Park Needs Funding

(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

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Airport Gets State Grant

(KLIX)-The Magic Valley Airport has a little extra spending Money to put in its pocket. Airport Manager Bill Carberry told city council that the Idaho Transportation Department offered up a $20-thousand dollar grant to the airport. He says they got the money for basically spending money. Carberry said they invested about 40-thousand-dol

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State of the State’s Money

BOISE, Idaho (AP) - A big mortgage settlement that benefited Idaho helped push state revenue in May to $33.7 million ahead of projections with just one month of the fiscal year to go. The state got a $13.3 milli

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Gov. Otter Signs Public School Funding Bill

(AP) - Idaho Gov. "Butch" Otter has signed a 2013 funding plan for public schools that includes funds for the state's new education reforms, including merit pay bonuses and laptops. The budget includes $1.27 billion in state general funding, a $56 million bump over the current fiscal year. That's a 4.6 percent boost in state support, but the overall increase is much smaller at 0.4 percent when including federal funding.

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Idaho Legislators Grapple Over Extra Money

The legislative session is just about to wrap up but lawmakers are grappling with an issue they haven’t dealt with in a few years, a budget surplus and how to disperse surplus state money. Republican Senator Dean Cameron, the Chairman of the Joint Finance Appropriations Committee says at the end of the session the state will have about $77 million dollars that they need to decide what to do with.

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Magic Valley United Way Hands Out Money

The United Way of South Central Idaho was handing out money yesterday.  Tuesday was the organization’s annual allocation meeting handing out over $100,000 dollars to local service organizations.  Out of those receiving money this year, the Jerome Senior Center received $2000 and the Silver Sage Girl Scouts received $4100 dollars. 

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Budget Writers Approve More Money For Schools

(AP) - Legislative budget writers have voted to
boost state support for public schools by 4.6 percent next year
while increasing the minimum teacher salary to $30,500, up from
$30,000.
The $1.56 billion spending plan for public schools in 2013

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