Gallery: 10 Highest Valued Homes in Twin Falls County

Gallery: 10 Highest Valued Homes in Twin Falls County

Which homes are worth the most? These 10 houses have the highest assessed values in Twin Falls County. The county assessor's office based this…

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Wendell Man Dies in Single-vehicle Crash

Wendell Man Dies in Single-vehicle Crash

WENDELL | A 19-year-old man died after his pickup rolled near Wendell Sunday afternoon, Idaho State Police said.

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Labor Officials: Idaho's Population Gets more Diverse

BOISE (AP) | Idaho labor officials say Idaho's population of ethnic minorities and people of color is on the rise.

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SAGLE (AP) | A northern Idaho museum director has made it his mission to find forgotten stories while seeking the origins of military memorabilia.

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BLOG: Majority of Idahoans Against Common Core, Many Think Schools Getting Worse

BLOG: Majority of Idahoans Against Common Core, Many Think Schools Getting Worse

Fifty-seven percent of Idahoans are opposed to Common Core, and a plurality believe the state's schools have gotten worse over the past five years, according to the latest statewide poll from …

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Program Aims to Keep Workers in Idaho

BOISE (AP) • The Idaho Department of Labor says it’s offering a new micro-grant program to train workers and keep them in Idaho.

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Idaho Woman Guilty of Misdemeanor Following Falcon's Death

Idaho Woman Guilty of Misdemeanor Following Falcon's Death

COEUR D'ALENE (AP) | A northern Idaho woman has been found guilty of pursuing a protected bird after an attempt to save a duck from a hunter's falcon ended with the death of both birds.

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Snake River Hydroelectric Project Moving Forward

IDAHO FALLS (AP) | Two eastern Idaho canal companies are moving forward with plans to build powerhouses on adjacent sides of the Snake River.

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New Lodges Replace Old Cabins at Yellowstone's Canyon Area

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Blaze Burns Homes, Forces Evacuations in Upscale N. Idaho Area

Blaze Burns Homes, Forces Evacuations in Upscale N. Idaho Area

BAYVIEW, Idaho (AP) | A wildfire in northern Idaho has destroyed at least six homes and forced about 200 residents in an upscale lakeside community to evacuate as it ballooned to more than 3 s…

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Slideshow: Today In History, July 6

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Cowboys Come Up Big in Championship Matchup

Cowboys Come Up Big in Championship Matchup

TWIN FALLS • It wasn’t easy and it wasn’t always pretty. But for the first time in the careers of his senior class, head coach Tim Stadelmeir and the Twin Falls Cowboys are champions of the Co…

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Miss Africa Idaho Prepares to Hand Title to New Queen

Miss Africa Idaho Prepares to Hand Title to New Queen

TWIN FALLS • Being a pageant queen is still new and strange to Davina Hull, but her year of representing the state as Miss Africa Idaho has opened many doors for her.

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Idaho's State Parks Stay Open Despite Huge Budget Cuts

Idaho's State Parks Stay Open Despite Huge Budget Cuts

Idaho’s state parks are thriving just five years after Gov. Butch Otter proposed shutting down the state parks department and eliminating funding for parks.

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Student Learns about Rural Medicine at St. Luke's

Student Learns about Rural Medicine at St. Luke's

TWIN FALLS • University of Washington medical student Kevin Stroschein spent four weeks getting a first-hand look at what it takes to be a surgeon.

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Twin Falls Property Value Grows as Construction Heats Up

Twin Falls Property Value Grows as Construction Heats Up

TWIN FALLS • Twin Falls County’s property values grew faster than most of the state over the past decade.

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TWIN FALLS • As Kayzin Cresswell watched her daughter participate in traditional Burmese dances, that feeling of homesickness she feels every spring disappeared.

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With May’s rain, we saw our desert grow green with lush grasses and blooming brush. Now that we are sweating through triple-digit heat, the beautiful landscape is transforming into a tinder bo…

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CHICAGO • There’s so much milk flowing out of U.S. cows these days that some is ending up in dirt pits because dairies can’t find buyers.

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Stapilus: Idaho the Abstinent

Across the border from Idaho, people are buying, selling and consuming marijuana — legally under state law.

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2016 Budget on Twin Council Agenda Monday

2016 Budget on Twin Council Agenda Monday

TWIN FALLS • City Manager Travis Rothweiler will present his 2016 recommended budget the Twin Falls City Council Monday night.

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Obituary: Lawrence 'Larry' Lee Pullan

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Jerome Woman Wins $10,000 Magic Valley Weight Loss Challenge

Jerome Woman Wins $10,000 Magic Valley Weight Loss Challenge

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Woman Dies in Buhl House Fire

Woman Dies in Buhl House Fire

Buhl • A woman died Saturday morning in a house fire in Buhl.

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'Dispersed Camping' Offers Alternative to Full Campgrounds

'Dispersed Camping' Offers Alternative to Full Campgrounds

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Other View: The White House, Unfiltered

The following editorial appeared in Sunday’s Washington Post: In the two weeks before Independence Day, the United States saw some major changes: Confederate battle flags furling where they ha…

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Mormon Missionaries in Hot Climates Can Ditch the Suit Coat

Mormon Missionaries in Hot Climates Can Ditch the Suit Coat

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) | The Mormon church is relaxing its dress code standards for male missionaries sent to serve in hot climates around the world.

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Idaho Chef Hunts, Fishes, Cooks, Writes a Book about It

Idaho Chef Hunts, Fishes, Cooks, Writes a Book about It

NAMPA | Growing up in southwest Idaho, Randy King’s idea of camp cooking was heating a can of chili, and he described Mountain Dew as a “food group.”

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Carless 96-year-old Utah Man Bikes to Complete Church Duties

Carless 96-year-old Utah Man Bikes to Complete Church Duties

OREM, Utah • If you’re out and about in Orem during the first of the month, keep your eyes peeled. Behind the handlebars of a four-wheel bike, 96-year-old Clare Oliphant will be on the road, too.

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Weather Impacting Final Acreage Numbers

TWIN FALLS | Weather is having a greater than usual impact on what farmers across the U.S. actually planted compared to what they intended to plant this spring. Idaho is no exception.

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Tensions Burn Between St. Luke’s Health System and Blue Cross of Idaho

Tensions Burn Between St. Luke’s Health System and Blue Cross of Idaho

BOISE | If you went to St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center in Boise for a knee replacement, you would get a bill showing $76,000 in charges. But if you had the Idaho Statesman’s insurance plan …

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Ag Futures: Fireworks in the Grains

Ag Futures: Fireworks in the Grains

The grain markets had one of their most explosive weeks in over a year, despite a holiday-shortened trading week. As wet weather continued to cause headaches for many Midwestern farmers, the U…

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Fourth of July in Rupert

Fourth of July in Rupert

RUPERT • The heat didn’t stop families from packing the historic district for Fourth of July festivities Saturday. Children were out, eager to grab candy while horses, an inflated monkey float…

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Cowboys Advance to Cowboy Classic Tournament Semifinals

Cowboys Advance to Cowboy Classic Tournament Semifinals

TWIN FALLS• Coming off of Friday night’s 12-2 loss to Lethbridge, the Twin Falls Cowboys pulled a 7-6 win in 8 innings over the Reno Athletics, advancing to the Cowboy Classic Tournament semifinals.

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Pizza Farms Offer Reverse Twist in Farm-to-table Movement

Pizza Farms Offer Reverse Twist in Farm-to-table Movement

MINNEAPOLIS • As the farm-to-table movement connects more consumers with local farmers, some farms have shortened the distance between the plow and the plate. They’re inviting customers over f…

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Twin Falls Boy Makes Perfect Score at Gun Club

Twin Falls Boy Makes Perfect Score at Gun Club

Jack Nelson earned his first punch at Caldwell Gun Club on May 2. At age 13 years, 6 months and 2 days he scored a perfect round — 100 straight from 19 yards. He is the youngest shooter to pos…

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Letter to the Editor: Refugees Want Same Freedoms We Enjoy

Letter to the Editor: Refugees Want Same Freedoms We Enjoy

A response to those who oppose the refugee program that CSI sponsors:

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Letter to the Editor: Stop Meat, Dairy Subsidies

Letter to the Editor: Stop Meat, Dairy Subsidies

Nearly 240 years ago, our founding fathers declared our national independence from Great Britain.

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