A Wendell family is displaced after a fire at their home on Thursday night. The Wendell Fire Department said the fire started in their attic around 8:30 p.m. The fire was started by an electrical issue.
TWIN FALLS, Idaho – If you’re planning to give blood this Thursday at the College of Southern Idaho, be aware that the American Red Cross blood drive will now take place at a different location on campus.
Boise, ID, February 7, 2017--With fluctuating temperatures across much of our state, the American Red Cross urges Idahoans to be prepared for flooding that can occur as a result of rapid snow melt and ice jam breaks.
“The Red Cross is always ready to help when people are displaced as a result of flooding,” says Colleen Tone, Regional Disaster Officer for the American Red Cross of Idaho and Montana
The American Red Cross is holding a blood driving in Twin Falls.
Give the gift of life this holiday season!
Monday, December 7th from 1pm to 7pm
Tuesday, December 8th from noon to 6pm
Wednesday, December 9th from 9am to 1pm
Call Sharla at 734-4566 for an appointment
The American Red Cross is hosting a blood drive in Twin Falls this Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Blood reserves are dangerously low right now and the American Red Cross desperately needs your donation.
The fire on Main Street in Jerome has left 10 families, 47 people, without a home. Fire is something we all pray doesn't happen to our homes. My heart goes out to these people. I can not imagine not having a place for my family to go. It is times like these that it is important to support others...
There is currently a critical blood shortage and the American Red Cross needs your help. Especially if you have Type O blood.
According to the American Red Cross, In May and June, donations were at the lowest level the Red Cross has seen in over a dozen years, while demand for blood products remained steady. Because of that, the Red Cross needs blood donors now more than ever. All types are needed