TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) The Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office and a rodeo organization plan to help create a flag that best represents the county.

This is the perfect time to bring our community together by honoring our heritage and our home”, states Twin Falls County Sheriff Tom Carter, “I am proud to be a part of this historical project.”

The sheriff's office will announced their plan Wednesday afternoon to team up with The Magic Valley Stampede Gold Buckle Club to kick off a project to design a Twin Falls County flag. Dan Carter, president of the Gold Buckle Club said in a news release that out of the 8 counties in the Magic Valley, Twin Falls is the only one without a flag.  “As our Mounted Color Guard proudly carries the Flags of the United States and the State of Idaho, a Twin Falls County Flag is noticeably absent,” he said.

Carter will help form a committee to work on the project and hopes to get community involvement in designing the flag. “A flag should reflect the history and the spirit of our county, a home we are proud of" said Carter.

 

“This is the perfect time to bring our community together by honoring our heritage and our home”, states Twin Falls County Sheriff Tom Carter, “I am proud to be a part of this historical project.”

When a design is singled out it will be given to the Twin Falls County Commissioners for approval and adoption. Project "Twin Falls County Flag" will be officially launched on Wednesday.