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Located right on Idaho's southern boarder with Nevada, Twin Falls is home to some of the oldest artifacts, including arrowheads, in all of North America. The first permanent European settlement was not created until 1864 and Twin Falls in and of itself was not founded until 1904. The area was known mostly for its agriculture, which increased with the creation of the Milner Dam in 1905. Mark Felt, or Deep Throat of Watergate fame, attended high school in Twin Falls

Population: 44125
Local Newspapers: The Times-News
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Local Colleges: The College of Southern Idaho

Zip Codes associated with twin falls, idaho: 83301 83332
Towns/Cities near twin falls, idaho : Kimberly Hansen Filer Jerome Eden Hazelton

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In 1961, an amazing discovery of ancient Clovis points was uncovered on the Bill Simon farm in Fairfield, Idaho. Twin Falls residents Jim Paxton, Al Frost and Jim Woods team up with producer Mark Bork for a documentary about what is known today as the Simon Collection.

Andrew Sheppard Hits The Bull's-eye on Steady Your Aim

Local country-rock musician Andrew Sheppard called the title track for his new album, Steady Your Aim , "one of those lucky ones where I probably wrote it in 10 minutes." The song came at a price, though: Sheppard found inspiration for it after he was hospitalized during Treefort 2016.

Senate panel kills bill allowing use of CBD oil

A proposal to legalize oil extracted from cannabis plants is likely dead for the year after a group of lawmakers on Monday broke out in turmoil during a last-minute attempt to advance the bill. Republican Sen. Tony Potts asked the Senate Health and Welfare Committee to give HB 577 a hearing after supporters of the bill said they were being blocked by legislative leaders.

Sponsored: His job is a (buttercrunch) blast

Porter Z. Long, 25, is a research and development scientist for Chobani at its yogurt factory in Twin Falls, Idaho. A: I create flavors for yogurt, taking an idea, such as mint chocolate, and developing it into a commercial product.

Adams Publishing Group names Quast regional publisher

The Adams Publishing Group today named Travis Quast as regional president and publisher of the company's eastern Idaho publications including the Post Register, the Idaho State Journal in Pocatello, the Standard Journal in Rexburg and the Teton Valley News in Driggs. "I am excited to be joining the talented team in eastern Idaho," Quast said.

An extraordinary life: Idaho man has photographed it all

In this Feb. 17, 2018 photo, photographer Vic Graybeal, 94, shows off a picture he took of musician Louis Armstrong and movie star Sheila McCrea at his home in Twin Falls Idaho. Graybeal has outlived most of the folks he photographed over the years, celebrities including Marilyn Monroe and Louis Armstrong, and Twin Falls locals Clarence Smith and grocer Joe Shelby, to name a few.

Retired firefighter dies from lung cancer

A California firefighter living in Bonners Ferry, Idaho, passed away over the weekend after battling lung cancer. Now George Gemind is being remembered for his decades of service.

Nullification bill fails

Idaho lawmakers rejected a bill Monday that would establish a process for the Idaho Legislature to nullify federal laws, court rulings and executive orders. Most of Idaho Falls' delegation supported the bill.

Fergie responds to social media backlash over National Anthem performance

The internet was not having any of Fergie's performance of the "The Star-Spangled Banner" during the NBA All-Star game Sunday night. The hashtag #fergienationalanthem began trending immediately after the Black Eyed Peas star took the microphone, with many shocked and appalled by her slow, jazzy rendition of the anthem.

Boise State student explains how New York Fashion Week inspired her lifestyle blog

Boise-and Idaho in general-isn't exactly the fashion capital of the world, but freshman Kennedy Sandau makes the most of what the state has to offer. An international business major, Sandau has dreams of going into fashion merchandising and retail, one day opening her own clothing store.

McVey investigation sent to Twin Falls prosecutor

The Bonneville County Prosecutor's Office won't review an investigation into the fatal police-involved shooting of Shane McVey in Idaho Falls due to a conflict of interest. "Based upon a familial relationship between Mr. McVey and a member of the prosecutor's office, we have elected to request a review by the Twin Falls County Prosecutor's Office," Bonneville County Prosecutor Daniel Clark said Friday.

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