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TF Councilman Lance Clow Quits Council

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There is a position opening up on the Twin Falls City Council.  During Monday’s City Council meeting, Councilman Lance Clow announced he is resigning his position so he can better prepare for his campaign for the Idaho House Seat for District 24.  Clow is running as a Republican and will be on the ballot for the May 15th Primary election. 

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Sun Valley Officials Looking For "Computer Hacker"

(AP) – Authorities in  Sun Valley say someone with access to administrative computers entered a fire station and deleted electronic documents that are the kind typically used in a forensic audit to catch financial wrongdoing.  Mayor Dewayne Briscoe says someone logged in at the Elkhorn Fire Station and targeted specific dates.

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TF City Council To Discuss Possible Appeal Of Canyon Park Development

The Twin Falls City Council will discuss the possibility of appealing a recent city Planning and Zoning approval of a preliminary plat for the proposed Canyon Park Development project.  Developers are planning on building a small shopping mall on the empty lot between The Golden Corral Restaurant and the Snake River Canyon Rim. 

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Twin Falls Police Look For Vandals

The Twin Falls Police Department is looking for help to find the suspect or suspects who committed a rash of thefts and vandalism that happened from late Saturday night to early Sunday morning.   As of 4 p.m. Sunday, the police had received 13 calls of theft and vandalism to yard decorations, lighting, vehicles, and landscaping to several homes and businesses in the northeast part of Twin Falls.

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ISP Watching For Speeders, Aggressive Drivers


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A word of warning to Magic Valley motorists…. slow down and curb aggressive driving habits.  Idaho State Police officers have just begun an education enforcement campaign that targets both speeders and aggressive drivers on all Idaho roads. Officers say they’ll be stepping up speed patrols until the end of April.  

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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. 

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Former Castleford Teacher To Plead Guilty To Video Voyeurism

A former Castleford High School teacher faces sentencing in June after accepting a plea agreement after being accused of videotaping high school girls in his hotel room.  34 year old Roger Wells was charged with video voyeurism in December after police say a boyfriend of one of the girls found a video camera in the bathroom of Wells’ hotel room where the girls were showering.

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Burley Officials To Ask For Judicial Review For Wastewater System

City leaders in  Burley say they’ll go to a judge instead of voters for permission to take on $6 million in long-term debt to improve the city’s wastewater system. Idaho law bars government entities from taking on long-term debt without voter approval, unless a judge agrees that the expense is ordinary and necessary to keep the government operating.

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Category: Twin Falls News
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Sage Grouse Listing Could Be Trouble For Southern Idaho


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For the past several years there has been talk of listing the sage grouse as an endangered species.  And since southern Idaho is one of the major areas where the sage grouse calls home, that has many people concerned, although the general public probably has no concept of what a listing could mean for southern Idaho and the Magic Valley.

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