Thanks for reading my work. So you know a little about me, I’ve spent most of my career in the newspaper and magazine arenas. I do a lot of writing now for our radio’s news site and its sister station sites, but I also co-host a community issues broadcast. When I’m not behind a keyboard or microphone I like to hit the trails and visit the region’s rivers, lakes and reservoirs. In the office I share with a news buddy is a 6-foot tall cardboard cutout of Darth Vader. Multiple Yoda figures share the office too, and I think there might even be some small storm troopers and R2-D2 figures around here somewhere.
Annual Fish and Game Fur Auction Planned in Jerome
They may not be the kind of styles you’d find at a department store, but they are furs just the same – and you’ll have the chance to bid on them at an upcoming auction.
Governor Signs Law Increasing Fines for Ignoring School Bus Signs
Drivers who do not yield to the flashing lights and stop signs on school buses will now be paying more out of their wallet for breaking the law.
Fish and Game Reduces Moose Tags Amid Declining Moose Populations
Fish and Game says there will be fewer tags to hunt moose this year as biologists seek to address the animals’ declining populations in the Gem State.
Bridge Project Begins Monday Near Hazelton
Expect to see orange on the interstate starting on Monday near Hazelton.
Get to Know Your Ancestors at Upcoming Genealogy Workshop
Get to know your ancestors – not just during the 10th month of the year, but all year long.
Deadline Looms to Submit Input About Idaho’s Transportation Plan
Time is running out to comment on the Idaho Transportation Department’s long-range plan.
Twin Falls City Says More Public Input Needed on Proposed Smoking Ban
The City Council said a proposal to widen the smoking ban at public places in Twin Falls needs more public input.
It’s Never Too Early to Plan Your Summer Fishing Trips
Mark your calendars, June will be here before you know it – and that means at least one day of free fishing in Idaho.
Spring Black Bear Season Opens in Idaho
Idaho’s spring black bear season opens today, April 1, in a number of units across the state.
Annual Art & Soul of the Magic Valley Kicks Off Soon
If you see art around town over the next few weeks, there’s a reason.
Authorities Identify Body of Missing Hiker Found in Boise County
Authorities have identified the body of a man that was found in the Boise Foothills on Wednesday.
Idaho’s New Service Dog Bill Signed Into Law
Gov. Brad Little signed new service dog legislation that amends current law.
Twin Falls City Schedules Burn at Sediment Ponds
The city of Twin Falls next week will conduct annual maintenance at its sediment ponds near the Meadow Ridge Subdivision.
Idaho’s Unemployment Rate Ticks Up Slightly
Idaho’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose slightly in February, but it still remains below the national average.
Proposed Medicaid Expansion Restrictions Bill Held in Committee
The Senate Health and Welfare Committee on Wednesday knocked down legislation aimed to restrict Medicaid Expansion in Idaho.
Rigby Man Pleads Guilty to Child Exploitation
A 31-year-old Rigby man pleaded guilty Tuesday to the sexual exploitation of a child, according to U.S. Attorney Bart M. Davis.
Some Taxpayers May Need to Provide More Info for Refund
Some Idaho taxpayers may need to provide more information before they are issued a refund.
Bridge Projects Planned in Blaine, Camas Counties
Two bridge construction projects will begin Monday, one each on Highway 20 in Blaine and Camas counties.
Footwear May Have Caused Crash at Local Gas Station
A woman’s choice of footwear may have been the cause of a crash that happened Tuesday afternoon at an Oasis Stop N Go in Twin Falls.
Snow Likely as Cold Front Moves Into Sun Valley Region
Motorists may encounter some challenges on the roads Wednesday in parts of the Sun Valley region as a cold front moves in, likely causing snowfall.