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Early Voting May Indicate Lower Expectations

If early voting is any indication some of the changes in voting procedures this year may  have an effect on the turnout for election day.  In some counties in the Magic Valley officials say the absentee voting has been a little slower this year.  Some county officials indicate that may be because those choosing to vote with a Republican ballot this year have to be registered as a Republican. 

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Boise Police Release More Info On Twin Falls Judge DUI Charge

Boise police have released more information regarding a Twin Falls County Magistrate Judge who was recently cited by that department on a charge of excessive DUI.  The Times News reports that Judge Nicole Cannon was pulled over by Boise police in April after a police officer noticed her vehicle had crossed over the fog line at least twice. 

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Controversy Brewing Over Twin Falls Area Precinct Committeeman Election

Who would have thought that a controversy could arise over an election for a Precinct Committeeman?  But that’s just what’s happening in some areas of the Magic Valley.  In one specific case one candidate for precinct committeeman has mailed what are labeled as a “sample Republican Primary Election Ballot” to residents leading voters to think it is an official sample ballot, complete with the yellow shading of the paper. 

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Colonel Says Noise From F-35 Jets Won’t Be Noticed In Mt. Home

From Mountain Home to Boise, the United States Air Force is trying to get the word out about possibly bringing in a fleet of F-35 fighter jets to Gowen Field or to Mountain Home Air Force Base. The second of three public informational meetings was held Wednesday night in Boise.  Col. Bruce Smith with Mountain Home Air Force Base says noise is the obvious concern among some residents but Smith says the sound won’t have an impact in Mountain Home. 

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President Obama’s Support Of Same-Sex Marriage Has Some Idahoans Upset

President Obama announced on Wednesday he supports same-sex marriage and it caused a lot of debate around the country on both sides of the issue.  The president said he “personally” supports same-sex marriage. He did not mention any legislation on the issue. Obama had been in favor of civil unions but said his position was “evolving.”  

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Bowe Bergdahl’s Parents Push For Renewed Efforts To Free Their Son

(AP) The parents of a U.S. soldier in captivity for three years after being taken prisoner in Afghanistan are hopeful aggressive negotiations or a prisoner swap could bring their son home. Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl of Hailey, Idaho, was captured in June 2009 and is believed held by a group affiliated with the Taliban, likely somewhere in Pakistan. His parents,

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Twin Falls Plans For The Future

The process of planning what Twin Falls will look like several years down the road started with a special meeting last night.  It’s called the “Imagine Twin Falls Community Visioning Event.”  About 50 area residents attended the meeting along with city officials to discuss several aspects of the city such as roads, infrastructure and future growth. 

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Former Twin Falls Wal-Mart Asst. Mgr. Pleads Guilty To Stealing Money

A former assistant manager of the Twin Falls Wal-Mart store is facing sentencing in June after changing his plea to guilty in the theft of money from the store last year.  29 year old Patrick Howard had originally pleaded not guilty to taking more than $100,000 in cash from the store then flying to Florida.  He was arrested in Orlando after police tracked him there. 

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Jerome County Beefs Up Ordinance For Chicken Farms

Fearing a possible influx of warehouse poultry farms to the area, Jerome County officials are taking steps to regulate such large-scale operations.  A few years ago California changed the rules for large poultry farms to the point that many thought would run some of the large operations out of the state to others with lesser binding regulations, such as southern Idaho. 

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