A Buhl man and former teacher at Castleford High School will be in a Latah County courtroom this morning facing charges of video voyeurism. The Times News reports that 34 year old Roger Wells has been charged with the crime, along with alteration or concealment of evidence.
(AP) Representatives with the Idaho Department of Labor and College of Southern Idaho plan to visit the headquarters of New York-based Agro Farma this week. They want to learn what kind of skills workers will need at a Chobani yogurt plant that will create 400 jobs when it opens sometime next year in Twin Falls. C
(AP)The Idaho Cattle Association says the amount of red meat produced in Idaho has declined during the last decade. And the United State Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service says red meat production at Idaho packing plants in October was down 80 percent from the same time last year at 3.5 million pounds.
Not many details are known right now about an apparent home invasion in Filer last evening. Reports from the Filer Police Department indicate that three suspects entered a home on Main St. in Filer last evening just before 9 o’clock.
There is a plan in the works that could relocate many of the Twin Falls County offices into the former St. Luke’s Hospital building on West Addison in Twin Falls. The Times News reports today that an Hummel Architects presented a rough plan and a $5.8 million cost estimate to remodel part of the old hospital building. County Commissioners looked at the plan this week and indicated they were pleased with the proposed plan.
A Nevada man who killed a stranger at a Twin Falls motel early this summer avoided a possible death penalty by agreeing to plead guilty to first-degree murder. Twin Falls County Prosecutor Grant Loebs says 26-year-old Clark Cleveland, who shot Utah resident Tracy Ivie July 15 at the
Twin Falls Hampton Inn, will spend the rest of his life in prison as part of the deal announced Wednesday
A man in this country illegally will spend the next eight years of his life in a U.S. federal prison for selling drugs and other charges. 37 year old Julio Cardelas-Martinez was arrested along with several others last February in Jerome after police raided a house near the Jerome High School.
The Idaho Department of Labor is reporting an increase in the number of new jobs being created across the state. The Idaho 2011 Job Vacancy Survey found there were 1.7 jobs open for every 100 that were filled. T
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