I’m going to get on my soapbox this week and talk about perception — perception (or misperception) as it relates to law enforcement.
A Magic Valley native who is now a general authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint is scheduled to speak at the fall commencement at Brigham Young University-Idaho.
McKenna Wells of Burley has been called to serve in the North Dakota Bismarck Mission and will depart Jan. 5.
A Paul man with 14 years of local government experience has announced he will run for Idaho governor in the Democratic primary.
A fire broke out Wednesday in a room at a 14-room motel, leaving six people requiring assistance from the American Red Cross.
When firefighters arrived, they found flames and heavy smoke coming from the house but the family who lived there had been awakened by the fire detector’s alarm and was able to get out of the residence safely.
A Burley man is accused of lewd conduct with a child after he told police he molested a girl between who was 7 and 8 years old at the time.
A Twin Falls man is charged with rape after a Minidoka County father found the 41-year-old man in his teen daughter's room.
The Rupert Rotary Club, which has a motto of “Service Above Self” and embraces diversity, equity and inclusion — turned 100 years old on Nov. 10.
Two Cassia County Idaho Parks and Recreation employees were honored for their excellent work at City of Rocks and Castle Rocks State Park.
A sagging ceiling over the Howells Opera House’s audience section has forced Oakley Valley Arts Council to temporarily close the theater and begin raising funds for its repair.
A Burley man was sentenced to 60 months in federal prison for distributing methamphetamine.
Heyburn city officials removed Dan Bristol as police chief during a special meeting Monday.
The 2-year-old black Labrador retriever is Idaho’s first K-9 officer trained to detect electronic storage devices, which can become key evidence in cases — especially those involving sexual abuse and exploitation of children.
Are we just making laws and only enforcing them when it’s convenient?
A former Mini-Cassia jailer has been accused of having sexual contact with an inmate through a jail cell door slot.
A new Cassia County magistrate judge was appointed Friday.
A woman died from her injuries after a two-vehicle crash west of Burley.
Rupert's Rotary Club celebrates it's 100 year anniversary Thursday night, Nov. 18, 2021, at the Historic Wilson Theatre in Rupert.
The family's lawsuit said jail staff mistook an infection related to her amputation for withdrawals from opioid drugs, and Eads would be alive if she was treated properly. She died after spending 14 days in jail.
A Burley man and a Burley teen died on Sunday after a vehicle crash on Idaho Highway 27 and 200 South.
Cassia County School District is adding a new tool to combat the districts’ top disciplinary problem in secondary schools — vaping.
I have a broken driver’s door window. How do I handle it when the police want me to not open the door?
Area schools appear to have a major vaping issue.
Idaho’s newest temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been dedicated.