Southern Idaho towns have been growing by leaps and bounds.  The population of Twin Falls is expected to be at 50,000 by the end of this decade.  Growth is good but do we have enough water to sustain this type of growth without agriculture having to relinquish part of what it uses?  Twin Falls Canal Company Manager Brian Olmstead has some concerns on the future of agriculture in southern Idaho.

Chelby will have the CSI Update.

We may even have some time for an "open mind Friday."

Kelly Klaas and Jill Skeem on Top Story, 8 to 10 a.m. on News Radio 1310 KLIX.

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