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New Burley Airport Delayed Again
Efforts to build a new airport in Burley have been thwarted for the time being by impassioned landowners concerned over four proposed sites. At a standing room only meeting yesterday the airport site-selection committee voted to back away from the four proposed sites and essentially start over again…
Rupert Women Gets Probation For Grand Theft
A 5th District Judge in Minidoka County has sentenced a Rupert woman to probation after stealing money from her employer.
Feds Want More Tests On Idaho Man
Federal prosecutors have asked for additional psychiatric evaluation of a man accused of firing shots at the White House in an attempt to kill President Barack Obama.
Twin Falls City Council Delays Downtown Parking Changes
Last night the Twin Falls City Council decided to revisit some proposed changes to downtown parking in a couple of weeks. The council was considering some recommendations from the special task force that had studied the downtown parking situation for the past several months.
Senator Crapo Eyes Deficit Reduction Again
With the Super Committee failing to come to a deficit-reduction agreement a few days ago, Idaho Senator Mike Crapo said it’s more important than ever for the rest of Congress to cut the country’s deficit themselves.
Kimberly Prepares For New City Hall
Officials say the new Kimberly City Hall will be ready by March 1. A construction official says that the $542,000 remodel of the former Rock Creek Rural Fire Protection District is going well.
TF City Council To Discuss Downtown Parking
The special task force set up by the Twin Falls City Council to study parking in the downtown area has made several recommendations and the City Council will consider those tonight.
As with about any Thanksgivings of the past most city, state and federal offices will be closed. However, most county offices will be open Friday, as will most state and federal offices. Many stores will be closed early tomorrow but starting early Friday morning, Katie …
Another White Powder Found At Idaho Statehouse Complex
For the second time this month, a white powdery substance has been found in the Idaho Capitol Complex. The latest incident occurred Tuesday morning in the mail room in the parking structure northeast of the Statehouse.
Service Organizations, Churches, Step Up To Feed Needy
Even though the recession is still very much a reality many Magic Valley families won’t be going without a Thanksgiving meal this year, thanks to several service organizations.
TF City Council Completes Chobani Paperwork
Although the pomp and circumstance of the Chobani Greek Yogurt manufacturing plant moving to Twin Falls was celebrated earlier this month, the Twin Falls City Council still needed to put its stamp of approval on a couple of items before it could happen. The Times News reports that occurred yes…
ISP Trooper Receives Purple Heart Award
An Idaho State Police trooper has received the Purple Heart award after he was shot earlier this summer in a hostage standoff at a local motel.