The Canyon Rim Ruck Walk is tomorrow, Saturday, October 23rd starting at 7 am. The sign in time is 6:30 and the event will go on rain or shine. The purpose behind the walk is to raise money for select charities to support veterans and their families.
I absolutely love dogs and walking my pets. However, I also like to frequent the Canyon Rim Trail as a walker or jogger. I still can't ride a bike, but I know people who like to ride their bikes as well. For anyone walking their dog, please be mindful of these things.
Following the recent flooding in Twin Falls, a section of the Canyon Rim Trail behind Canyon Crest that was washed away, remains closed.
Dennis Bowyer of Twin Falls parks and Recreation tells News Radio1310 that right now the city is looking to an engineering firm for estimates on repair costs...
Louisville resident Boris Simic was so angry at his dad for sexually neglecting his mom that he actually walked onto Kentucky’s heavily trafficked I-264 in the pouring rain.
Simic’s mission: to find his father (who lives 10 miles away) and kick his you-know-what.
Imagine losing the ability to walk. Imagine losing said ability for over 20 years.
Now, imagine the kind of elation you'd feel if an invention came along that made it possible for you to walk again.
That's exactly how the man in this video felt after using the ReWalk ExoSkeleton robot. Designed by Argo Medical Technologies Ltd., the robot is a lightweight brace device that attaches to your legs an
So here's what you think about the high schoolers protesting education reform yesterday:
Do you think a High School kid can protest education reform for all the right reasons?
18.2% - No, they only want to skip school.
36.4% - Yes, high school kids can protest for the right reason...
All morning long, everyone's been talking about the story today about the children in Meridian and Nampa walking out in protest of education reform. But can kids in high school really protest education reform? Or are they protesting just to get out of class...