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.
A 34-year-old Louisiana man has pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter for a crash that killed a Twin Falls motorcyclist in northern Idaho late last summer. Taj Patrick LeCompte of Elton, La., entered his plea via telephone Friday in Magistrate Court in Bonner County. He was allowed to appear by telephone because his pregnant wife was very near her due date.
(AP) – It could be an interesting and heated GOP convention in Twin Falls come June. Some of the state’s Republicans are saying Ron Paul backers are attempting to change the result of the presidential candidate’s third-place finish in the Idaho caucus by winning enough precinct committee races in the May 15 primary so they can overturn the win by Mitt Romney and award all 32 delegates to Paul.
(AP) – Hundreds of job applicants lined up for a shot at landing production and support staff positions at Chobani’s new yogurt factory in Twin Falls. A single-file line at the Chobani job fair on Friday stretched through the College of Southern Idaho’s Herrett Center for the Arts and Science out the door and down the sidewalk to the parking lot.
Not only will Magic Valley area voters have candidates to choose on May 15th but they will also need to make a decision on some school bond issues. Voters in the Filer School District will be voting on a 2-year, $500,000 supplemental levy which will allow the district to maintain current operations.
Several items are on the Twin Falls City Council agenda for this afternoon including the voting from council members confirming the selection of Suzanne Hawkins as the new City Council member. If she is approved by the full council she will be sworn in immediately and begin taking part.
Police in Cassia County say they have served warrants to two Mini-Cassia area businesses for allegedly selling a synthetic marijuana known as “Spice.” According to KMVT the Cassia County Sheriff’s Office reports that warrants were served on Kerbs Oil and One Stop Shop Thursday following a year-long investigation. KMVT quoted Sheriff Randy Kidd as saying “the businesses are accused of possessing and delivering the drug commonly known as ‘pep spice.’”
33 year old Army Sergeant Chris Workman will be laid to rest in his home town of Rupert today. A public funeral for Workman was held yesterday in Eagle. Workman and three other soldiers died when their helicopter crashed on a humanitarian mission in Afghanistan in April. Workman was a Minico High School graduate.
A Twin Falls County 5th Judicial District Magistrate Judge has been cited by Boise police for driving under the influence. The Times News reports today that Magistrate Nicole Cannon was cited on April 19th for excessive driving under the influence. According to Idaho law, a DUI is considered excessive when the blood alcohol content measures at least .20. Idaho’s legal limit is .08.
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