Halloween can be a night for teens to get into some trouble. It is almost expected, but for grown adults to go around and cause some trouble, it is a little ridiculous. In this video it appears two grown adults literally steal the Halloween candy off the porch of this woman and throw it all along her driveway.
So I don't want to come off too mean. I know kids will be kids, especially on Halloween. That being said, I did in fact catch you, the two teenagers who stole my Halloween decorations and then hit my car with whatever stick-like item you were carrying. It is all on my doorbell and yes authorities have been called.
Going on today and tomorrow, November 1st and November 2nd you can go sell your unopened Halloween candy. The annual candy buyback event goes to a great cause and you could walk out the door with up to $10 dollars.
If you are looking for a last minute costume, maybe you didn't think you were going to do anything this year and then out of nowhere you got invited to a mandatory costume party, we have some Idaho themed costumes that are easy to pull off and to make.
It is almost Halloween and it is one of my favorite holidays! If you are going out trick or treating, if you are going out for adult fun or if you are just staying home and handing out copious amounts of candy, there are a few things to keep in mind.
There are a lot of things coming this week to celebrate Halloween. We are compiling a list of all of them so you can plan out your week. If there are any we missed please let us know so we can add it to the list.
Trick or Treat on Bish's Street was originally going to be at the CSI Expo Center parking lot. However, it has been changed to Bish's RV new location that is technically in Jerome but right outside of Twin Falls.
I am terrible at pumpkin carving. I have zero patience and skills but I try every year anyway. I might be able to get away with doing some of these pumpkins though because we found some Idaho themed pumpkin carving ideas that pretty much anyone can do.
The site offers a family-friendly corn maze on Fridays and Saturdays during the month until just after the dinner hour, but once that minute hand crosses over into seven o'clock, all clemency goes out the window.
Halloween is three weeks from Sunday. This means that some office party planners in the Magic Valley are checking budgets and scrolling the Internet for unique ideas to incorporate into their company parties.
It is officially spooky season! As well as fall and Oktoberfest season. Lots of fun event happen around the Magic Valley in October so we compiled a list of some of the things you definitely don't want to miss this month. Mark your calendars and plan out all the events.
Idahohauntedhouses.com gave this attraction a scare rating of "very scary," so if someone in your family has a bad ticker, or doesn't handle being scared well, you might want to tell them about the Haunted River the next time you see them.