Today's question: Occasionally I hear an alarm or a siren across the Snake River Canyon in Jerome County. What is it? (Part 2)
Today's question: Occasionally I hear an alarm or a siren across the Snake River Canyon in Jerome County. What is it?
Today's question: How did cities and towns around the Magic Valley get their name?
I had all of the gear and none of the experience.
The goal was to navigate three miles into the Pioneer Mountains with six other novice backpackers and two guides from the College of Southern Idaho’s outdoor recreation center. Some were students, while others were community members.
Today's question: My family owns property that runs along the top of Devil's Gorge near Twin Falls. We think it would be a perfect place to put wind turbines, but we’re not sure of whom we should contact. Please explain why and how you pick certain areas to establish wind energy systems.
Today's question: How did Emberton Point get its name?
Today's question: Did a National Guard tank roll off into Deep Creek crossing the bridge?
Today's question: My father was a lineman for Idaho Power out of Boise in the early 1950s. They were running power lines somewhere south of Magic Valley. Could you find out where they worked and mention some of the history of power in rural communities in those days?
Today's question: Near the Niagara Springs Grade there is the scar of another road up the face of the canyon. Was there a ferry there?
Did the hillside by the Bliss bridge really slide into the Snake River?
Do you know or can you find out who actually built the Twin Falls Coke plant? What is the history of the Coke plant?
Fun adventures to look for this summer.
Here is a list of south-central Idaho's best events that are worth planing your summer around.
How did Dead Man's Corner north of Filer on old U.S. Highway 30 get its name?
“Triple C Concrete is and has been a local concrete supplier for well over 50 years with plants in Twin Falls, Jerome, and Rupert. We employee over 50 people that live in the Magic Valley.”
The red hot ash cloud from the explosion cooled quickly in the atmosphere, forming glass similar in composition to obsidian.