This week's Most Wanted from the Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office
Teresa “Terri” Marie Asher
Rhode Buenavista, 68, of Twin Falls, passed away August 22, 2021, at St. Luke’s Magic Valley Medical Center, Twin Falls. Services are pending …
Bonnie Geneva (Harms) Andrews, 87, a Wendell resident, passed away Friday, August 6, 2021 at her home in Wendell. Funeral arrangements are pen…
Arthur James “Jim” Silva
Craig Michael Leavitt
Shirley Faye Covey, 85, a resident of Kimberly and formerly of Gooding, passed away on Monday, June 28, 2021 at her home in Kimberly. A privat…
Loretta Worlene Glauner, 86, of Gooding, passed away Wednesday, June 23, 2021, at Rosetta Assisted Living in Twin Falls. Funeral arrangements …
Doris L. Osborne, 95, of Buhl, died Thursday, June 17, 2021, at her home in Buhl. Arrangements are under the care of Farmer Funeral Chapel, Buhl.
Helen Lois (Powell) Boesiger
Viola Faye Allen, 91, of Twin Falls, passed away June 10, 2021, at her home. Funeral arrangements are under the care of White-Reynolds Funeral…
“One way or another,” World War II British spy extraordinaire Maggie Hope is going to discover who murdered Gloria Hutton, the ex-wife of one of Los Angeles’ wealthiest men and the fiancée of Maggie’s beloved John Sterling. It’s July 1943 and Maggie is in Hollywood, staying at the Château Marmont with her friend Sarah, who’s choreographing a movie with George Balanchine. Suspended between fantasy and reality, Los Angeles is “an idea, not a real city.” And that’s what I loved most about this stellar novel. Elia MacNeal expertly braids the glitz and glamour of Hollywood with the chilling reality of the rise of American Nazis and the blatant racism against Blacks, Japanese, Germans and Italians. Maggie notes that “it’s the same war, different country,” and, sadly, one we’re still fighting.
Chester James Moore
Dan Atkin Black
Leigh-Anne Pinnock's fiancé Andre Gray is her "backbone" and they have always had "amazing talks" about their experiences of racism.
A gunman killed two people at a Wisconsin casino restaurant and seriously wounded a third before he was killed by police late Saturday, in what authorities said appeared to be a targeted attack.
Carolyn Ann Chojnacky
Donald Gene Lefler
Betty Mae Hollifield