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The vacant property that once was Twin Cinema 12 is no longer for sale. Twin Cinema 12 located on the corner of Kimberly and Eastland Road in Twin Falls has been for sale since June, 2014. Continue…
01.17 / 21:11
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The Canyon County Board of County Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to extend the local disaster emergency…
01.17 / 20:13
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NAMPA — It was a little cold for a swim Monday night when two Nampa police officers took an unexpected dip in a s…
01.17 / 18:23
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The new year is barely two weeks old and there have already been four violent deaths in East…
01.17 / 02:07
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By BETSY Z. RUSSELL The Spokesman-ReviewBOISE — Five Republican state representatives stood on the floor of the Idaho House on Monday morning and asked to be removed from their committee assignments until Rep. Heather Scott, R-Blanchard, gets hers back. “I’m deeply concerned about the integrity of this body and mixed messages being sent to the communities of Idaho,” said Rep. Ron Nate, R-Rexburg. Similar requests came from Reps. Karey Hanks, of St. Anthony; Dorothy Moon, of Stanley; Christy…
01.17 / 02:02
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CALDWELL — The Canyon County Fair Board’s plan to host this year’s fair with temporary tents on land the county owns east of Caldwell will not happen because that property was officially leased to a farmer last week…
01.17 / 00:36
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By TOM HOLM tholm@postregister.comIdaho Falls Police on Saturday arrested an Idaho Falls man for a report he shot and killed a 32-year-old man following an argument. Justin Sarbaum, 36, was booked into the Bonneville County Jail early Sunday morning, a police news release said. Sarbaum has been booked on a charge of second-degree murder. Sarbaum is being held on a $200,000 bond. Sarbaum’s initial appearance in court has yet to be scheduled. The shooting victim was identified by a family m…
01.17 / 00:11
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By KEVIN TREVELLYAN ktrevellyan@postregister.comBrianna Landon would rather be busy than bored. The Hillcrest High School senior has been involved with the city of Ammon Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council for three years, and has played basketball for the Knights for four. Landon also has participated in musical theater for three years and choir for four, all while maintaining a 4.4 GPA. “She really likes to be organized, so she knows what she needs to get done,” said mother Trina Landon. “If s…
01.16 / 23:34
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"I would encourage every one of us to do whatever it is that we find to do to support the work of civil rights and human rights in Idaho, in Boise, across the state, and across the country." An air of anxiety charged this year's celebration of the life and achievements of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday morning—the last observance of MLK Day before the inauguration of Donald Trump as 45th president of the United States. "In light of…
01.16 / 23:27
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Idaho Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter has signed an executive order aimed at protecting the state's computer networks from…
01.16 / 21:41
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BOISE — Five lawmakers asked to be removed from their House committees after Rep. Heather Scott was stripped of her committees last w…
01.16 / 19:41
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"Look, a lot of things about elections are unfair: people start rumors, the process is ugly, the process is messy. But it has has worked for this state for  years and years and years. While Senate State Affairs Committee Chairman Jeff Siddoway (R-Terreton) cautioned his fellow lawmakers "this is not a court of law," what followed Monday morning was nearly three hours of arguments, counter-arguments and cross examination that resembled a…
01.16 / 19:10
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  Too many political leaders in Washington and Boise are missing the real threats to American life. Continue…
01.16 / 18:49
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  John Lewis’ mother didn’t name him Civil Rights Icon. Continue rea…
01.16 / 18:12
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Press Release POCATELLO, ID – The Bureau of Land Management Pocatello Field Office (PFO) is looking to enhance outdoor opportunities by improving trail systems in the Pocatello area and is submitting a grant request to [...] The post BLM Seeks Public Input On Pocatello Trails appeared first on KID N…
01.16 / 17:48
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Lucas Gebhart Sports Editor After scoring a season-high 85 points Thursday night against Eastern Washington, the Idaho State Bengals struggled in every offensive category Saturday... The post SHOOTING WOES COST ISU AS BENGALS FALL TO 0-3 IN CONFERENCE appeared first on The…
01.15 / 16:57
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TWIN FALLS — Need legal advice, but can’t afford a lawyer? Idaho Legal Aid Services can help with its new interactive communication sys…
01.15 / 09:33
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NOTUS — Ann Misner spent the past year working to bring the Notus Public Library up to s…
01.15 / 08:11
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BOISE — Jim Jones, who just retired as chief justice of the Idaho Supreme Court, didn’t expect that a ruling last fall in a medical malpractice suit would cause a big sti…
01.15 / 07:07
magicvalley.com
By LUKE RAMSETH lramseth@postregister.comFor years, NuScale Power promised it would file its small modular nuclear reactor design application with federal regulators before the end of 2016. It made the same commitment to the U.S. Department of Energy, which offered NuScale $217 million in matching funds four years ago. But by Halloween, doubts began to creep in. NuScale still had more than 300 items to resolve in its 12,000-page document detailing the first-of-a-kind power plant. Each day…
01.15 / 03:30
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