Mitch Pollock lives in Twin Falls and graduated from the College of Southern Idaho, while he was there he was on the Rodeo team. Now he has graduated he is doing pro rodeo and, on his downtime, doing some practicing.
I was born and raised in Nevada but am proud to call Idaho home. So many people think that Nevada is the wild wild west, but I am here to tell you that Nevadans think some pretty weird things about Idaho.
Every generation has their own slang. Sure things like groovy and dope might not be in anymore, but at least we all knew what they meant. Gen Z has their own slang and if they wrote some slogans for Twin Falls they would sound a little something like this.
This morning we found a black and orange looking fluffy caterpillar. After some research it was determined it is a wooly bear caterpillar. Not only are they interesting to look at, there supposedly can predict the type of winter we are going to have.
Arriving to work this morning there were two large raccoons hanging out on the step outside the door. The two were curious and eating the cat food that has been left out for the strays around the property.