A Coeur d'Alene officer saved Christmas and the video of her doing it has been going virtual and even after over a million views is continuing to gain more attention especially with the hashtag #thecopwhosavedchristmas.
Every year there is a living Nativity scene that is like stepping back in time and being part of the birth of Jesus Christ. This year thankfully they are still doing it but it is going to look just a little different.
The Candy Cane House is a staple Christmas light tradition in the area. People come from all over the area to see the display because the owner of the home Mitch Silvester always goes over the top with his display. He makes lights flash in rhythm to songs and it is glorious.
A high school senior from Filer decided that her senior project would be a toy drive for families in need this holiday season. You can order online directly to her from an Amazon wish list or drop them off this Saturday December 5th.
The Orton Botanical Gardens are a Christmas light staple. They go all out for a wonderful display every single year. You can go walk through the garden every evening from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. through New Years.
This is a shopper's dream and it's my Christmas gift to you. I found the ultimate list of every item and every store's big sales in one place. It's in alphabetical order to salivate your fingertips for the day. I wish we had one of these for shopping in general every day. Enjoy.
It has been a crazy 2020 and if we are being honest, a lot of us could use some Christmas cheer. And we have come up with a list of things Twin Falls actually wants this year for Christmas. Let us know if we missed any.