TWIN FALLS — They don’t make schools like Bickel Elementary anymore. A few concrete stairs lead to the front entrance of the two-story, 80-year-old brick building in downtown Twin Falls. The building is supported by four ornate white pillars, and lettering on a circular overhang reads “Bicke…
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