“We want hunters and anglers to choose other areas to hunt or fish until the closure is lifted so that the Idaho Department of Agriculture can continue to safely assess the extent of quagga mussels in the Snake River.”
For years, one local animal sanctuary has been working to create a space where their animals can thrive, and the community can learn. In this week’s segment of Behind the Business, Joey Martin takes us to the Twin Falls Zoological Center and tells us how this unique idea came to be.
A homecoming for Twin Falls native Aaron Miller as The Kindness comes to the Fine Arts Center at the College of Southern Idaho. Assistant Professor of Woodwinds and Jazz Studies Ben Britton invites the community to come to the Fine Arts Center on Tuesday, September 20 to help celebrate the band’s return to the college.
On Saturday, September 23 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twin Falls a maternity meet sponsored by Infused Health will take place. The event is free to the public, those who are pregnant, know someone who is pregnant, or are planning on being pregnant in the future are encouraged to attend.
On Real Estate Today, Jeremy Orton and Aaron Miskin from the Jeremy Orton Real Estate Group at Keller Williams Sun Valley/Southern Idaho talk about what steps you should take if you want to purchase a new home but have to sell your current home first.
Yet another week of high school football has passed, and you know what that means. It’s time for this week’s Friday Night Blitz play of the week, and there is another school joining Lighthouse Christian in the two-time play of the week club.
The College of Southern Idaho Golden Eagles entered this weekend already on a 6-match win streak and the fifteenth ranked team in NJCAA volleyball. They put that streak on the line when they traveled to Henderson, Nevada for the College of Southern Nevada Coyote Classic.
The main reason the hospital hosts the teddy bear clinic, is so that children will be more comfortable in a doctor’s office or hospital setting, so when it’s their time to get a checkup, it won’t be quite so scary.
Election season is right around the corner, and with multiple ballot initiatives racing against the clock to make the 2024 November ballot we had Idaho Secretary of State on Rise and Shine to break down some of the things you need to know.