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Thousands of cubic square feet of water rush over the ledge, dodging the grates that catch debris, sliding down the penstock into the powerhouse and tumbling around the turbine before finally being discharged at the bottom of the mighty Shoshone Falls for an unceremonious finish.

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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…

Thousands of cubic square feet of water rush over the ledge, dodging the grates that catch debris, sliding down the penstock into the powerhouse and tumbling around the turbine before finally being discharged at the bottom of the mighty Shoshone Falls for an unceremonious finish. Read more

TWIN FALLS – Idaho is one the most heavily-armed states in the U.S. It also has some of the least restrictive gun sale laws in the country, and no formal gun registration. Read more

TWIN FALLS — Forrest Andersen, owner of Washington Street Pawn and Coin, is a proponent of firearm education for children. The problem he sees is the high number of accidental shootings in America. Read more