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Hazelton Issues Boil Water Order
The city of Hazelton said Friday evening that it has issued boil water order that will remain in effect until further notice.
Wanted: Juan Limon
A Magic Valley man is wanted for lewd conduct with a minor, according to the Twin Falls County Sheriff’s Office, and local authorities could use the public’s help locating him.
Department of Labor to Participate in Upcoming Job Event
More than 75 exhibitors are scheduled for the Manufacturing Expo & Job Fair next Wednesday.
Idaho Power Releases More Than 70,000 Fish in Snake River
Idaho Power Co. released the 10- to 12-inch trout, which were raised in the Hagerman Valley, including some with jaw tags.
Driver Crashes Into State Police Car, Sends Three to Hospital
Three people were taken to the hospital after a motorist crashed into an Idaho State Police vehicle Thursday morning in Twin Falls.
Man Turns Himself Over to Authorities for Fleeing Injury Crash in June
Authorities say a 54-year-old man has been arrested for a hit-and-run crash that left a motorcyclist injured in June in Jerome County.
Fish and Game: Public Can Help Solve Poaching Cases
You can poach your eggs, but don’t poach the wildlife.
Public Health Officials Lift Advisory for Salmon Falls Creek Reservoir
A health advisory is being lifted for Salmon Falls Creek Reservoir, according to public health officials.
UPDATE: Police Investigate I-84 Crash Near Hazelton
Police investigated a crash on Interstate 84 on Wednesday afternoon near Hazelton, which caused some lane blockage for a period of time.
Police Respond to Crash on Pole Line Road
Police are responding to a crash on Pole Line Road and Grand View Drive.
Gov. Otter Appoints Hibbert to Serve Idaho Commission
Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter has appointed Farhana Hibbert to Serve Idaho, the Governor’s Commission on Service and Volunteerism.
Public Health Officials: Check Raw Beef Products for Possible Contamination
Public health officials are urging people to check their raw beef products for possible salmonella contamination.