Canyon Springs Grade Needs Upgrades
We can all agree that the Canyon Springs grade can be a mess when it comes to traffic. As Twin Falls grows in population the grade has become busier with golfers, kayakers, zip liners and pedestrians that use the canyon as part of their workout.
Completion of the Canyon Rim Trail
We can all agree that if you run, ride or walk on the Canyon Rim Trail it would be nice if the trail was connected. According to the Times News the Twin Falls Parks and Recreation Commission endorsed a proposal to fill in the gaps in the Canyon Rim Trail. Dennis Bowyer, city parks and recreation director, and Mitch Humble, community development director, outlined recommendations by the Magic Valle
Will Big Ed Be Given Permission To Jump The Canyon
The Twin Falls City Council is holding a meeting regarding permission for Ed Beckley and others to jump the canyon! Ed and other candidates will be asked to give a 15 minute presentation regarding their proposals to jump the canyon and will be asked to stand for questions after their presentations.
Man Falls into Canyon While Watching BASE Jumpers
TWIN FALLS -- Rescuers had to rappel down the face of a cliff to get to a man who fell about 25 feet Sunday. Twin Falls police say the man was sitting on a retaining wall near a visitor's center when he fell into the Snake River Canyon. Because there is no access to the area where the man landed, rescuers had to rappel down to him...
Police Arrest Twin Falls Man In Homicide Case
(KLIX) A Twin Falls man has been arrested after the stabbing death of another man early Saturday morning.  Twin Falls Police say 21 year old Cayde Lish has been charged with voluntary manslaughter.  Police were called to the Canyon Crest Dining and Event Center Canyon Crest Drive early Saturday morning where the incident took place...
More Pot Grows Found in Jerome
(KLIX)- Jerome County Sheriff and Idaho State Police discovered another marijuana grow site, this time not in a corn field but down in the Snake River Canyon. Jerome County Sheriff Doug McFall says after several months investigating detectives found a marijuana grow site down in the canyon Friday morning...
UPDATE – Mandatory Evacuations for Rock Creek
(KLIX)-Mandatory evacuations have now been ordered in areas around the Cave Canyon Fire early Friday morning. The Twin Falls and Cassia County Sheriffs offices have notified people living in the Rock Creek area and anyone south of Foot Hills Road...
Car Plunges Into Canyon
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KTVB)- Authorities in Twin Falls are working to retrieve a body after a car plunged into the Snake River Canyon near the Perrine Bridge Sunday night. Jerome County Sheriff Doug McFall confirmed to KTVB that a 28-year-old female died in the wreck...
Canyon Retail Center Moves Ahead
(KLIX)-The retail development center on the canyon rim is a go in Twin Falls. In a lengthy city council meeting council members heard testimony from concerned citizens, the developers and city staff. The council had three items dealing with the Canyon Park West development that would have three commercial lots...
Canyon Rim Project Sent To Mediation
At  Monday’s  Twin Falls City Council meeting the council voted to send developers to mediation with petitioners who don’t like some of the plans for the new Canyon Park Development project.  That decision came after the council was presented with petitions from two separate groups of concerned citizens in the area of the proposed development.
Kohl’s Dept. Store To Build In Twin Falls
Twin Falls will soon be home to the sixth Kohl’s Department Store in the state of Idaho.  Twin Falls Community Development Director Mitch Humble told the Times News this week that the Wisconsin based company will be building a store in the new Canyon Park Development project in north Twin Falls along the Snake River Canyon rim.
Canyon Park Development About Ready To Roll
It may not be long now until construction on a new shopping area in north Twin Falls begins. All that is left to happen now for the Canyon Park Development to begin is approval from the Twin Falls City Council and that could happen in the next two weeks to two months.
Zip Line Construction To Begin Immediately
Earlier this week Twin Falls County commissioners approved a proposal from Magic Valley Flight Simulation to build a six zip line course at the base of the Snake River Canyon.  And just yesterday, an outfitting permit was approved by the State of Idaho.  And now, Magic Valley Flight Simulation  hopes to start construction tomorrow pending a building permit.  Owner Jody says it’s been a long road t
Idaho’s Super Tuesday Countdown Continues
Super Tuesday is less than a week away. Hundreds are expected to attend the Republican caucus in Twin Falls County at the Canyon Ridge High School. As many as 10,000 people are expected in Taco Bell Arena, at the Ada County site. Thousands are also expected to fill up the Idaho Center, the Canyon County caucus site.
Project To Develop Canyon Rim Comes Back To Life
A project to develop shops and restaurants along the south side of the Snake River Canyon in Twin Falls is coming back to life.  The project was put on hold at the beginning of the recession.  The Times News reports today that the Twin Falls Planning and Zoning Commission will hear a presentation from representatives of Neilsen and Co. who are proposing the development once again.

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