2012 could be another year in which many area school districts ask voters for more money to run the schools. Some are definitely planning on supplemental or plant facilities levies while others are definitely not. Some are still undecided.
The Twin Falls City Council was still unable to reach a consensus on a permanent solution to the downtown parking issue yesterday. With councilman Trip Craig absent the council voted 3 to 3 on an amended proposal to discontinue using parking meters in the downtown area and stop leasing private parking spaces and turn them all into public spaces.
More students in the Twin Falls region are qualifying to receive free and reduced-price lunches as wages continue to lag behind state and national averages. The Times-News reports that in Twin Falls, about 62 percent of students qualify for subsidized school meals - a 10 percent increase ove
Looking to hit the slopes this winter? I don’t mean skiing and snowboarding, I’m talking about SLEDDING! TUBING! AWESOME! Actually, sledding was the only winter “sport” that I did as a kid and still do today. Why? Because I never l
The nearly one-year old recycling program in Twin Falls seems to be a hit if a recent online survey the city conducted is any indication. Over 82 percent of those responding to the online poll indicated they were highly likely to recommend the program.
There is a plan in the works that could relocate many of the Twin Falls County offices into the former St. Luke’s Hospital building on West Addison in Twin Falls. The Times News reports today that an Hummel Architects presented a rough plan and a $5.8 million cost estimate to remodel part of the old hospital building. County Commissioners looked at the plan this week and indicated they were pleased with the proposed plan.
Ah... Christmas time. What a wonderful time of year. Whenever I think of Christmas, I always want to sing the song “Silver & Gold” from the old stop motion “Rudolph the Red-Nose Reindeer” movie. Christmas is a home to man
Today is World AIDS day in Idaho and around the globe. World AIDS Day is an internationally recognized day to honor and remember the millions of people around the world who have been affected by the virus. The CDC estimates 1.2 million people in the United States are living with HIV infection. One in five (20%) of those people are unaware of
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