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Past articles by Max:

Snow, cold and wind doesn’t stop interested anglers in Burley

Magic Valley Fish and Game hosts spring break fishing event to get younger generation interested in the sport. → Read More

Highway 55 reopens to limited traffic after rockslide

A rockslide on State Highway 55 north of Smiths Ferry closed the road for over a week. → Read More

People pack Twin Falls street for St. Patrick’s Day parade

Cars lined up down Main Avenue for the annual parade after it was canceled last year. → Read More

Extra patrols will be on the road for St. Patrick’s Day

Idaho state police has extra enforcement on the roads today in order to prevent alcohol related accidents. → Read More

Gas prices continue to rise even though demand is still low

Gas prices in Idaho and across the country have been rapidly increasing due to a number of factors. → Read More

Idaho Forest Service proposes more prescribed fires to help with fire risk

Increasing controlled fires would help restore natural cycles to the nation forest. → Read More

Twin Falls public library will keep all books by Dr. Seuss on shelves

Twin Falls library will keep all Dr. Seuss books on its shelves. → Read More

Proposal to help salmon return to the Snake River would remove 4 dams in Oregon

Idaho Rep. Mike Simpson unveiled the proposal that would remove four dams in Oregon to help allow salmon and steelhead to return on the Snake River. → Read More

AARP is offering tax help for elderly and low-income individuals

You can bring your information in and drop it off for someone to prepare your return. → Read More

New flight from Twin Falls to Denver set to take off in May

The Twin Falls City Council unanimously approved a transportation service agreement with SkyWest Airlines that establishes nonstop air service between Magic Valley Regional Airport (TWF) and Denver International Airport (DEN) on United Airlines. → Read More

Low COVID-19 rates allow St. Luke’s to permit visitors in hospitals

COVID-19 numbers have dropped enough in the state that they are now allowing non-COVID patients to have one visitor. → Read More

St. Luke’s COVID vaccine appointments fill up in minutes

The COVID-19 vaccine has become available for anyone 65 or older, and the interest was evident as more than 100,000 people tried to set up an appointment on my chart Monday morning. → Read More

Twin Falls teachers receive first dose of COVID-19 vaccine

More Twin Falls School District employees are now vaccinated against COVID-19 thanks to a vaccine clinic at Canyon Ridge High School. → Read More

Ketchum business hopes heavy snow brings skiers and snowboarders

Traffic has been slower on snow covered roads, but that hasn't stopped people from going about their normal business. → Read More

Blaine County winter storm propmpts avalanche warning

The Sawtooth Avalanche Center put out a warning Wednesday night and says that the chances of natural and human caused avalanches are very high. → Read More

Idaho guardsman shares experience in Washington

Hundreds of National Guard soldiers are back in Idaho after assisting with the 59th Presidential Inauguration. → Read More

Idaho National Guardsman describes being stationed in Washington D.C.

Nearly 300 soldiers and airmen were sent from Idaho to the nation’s capital to assist with security for Joe Biden’s presidential inauguration. → Read More

Pomerelle Mountain sees less snow, but more people

Pomerelle Mountain has been open for skiing and snowboarding and has seen a sharp increase in business, but has seen less snow than they typically average so far. → Read More

Bull elk becomes tangled in backyard swing near Ketchum

The family called the Idaho Department of Fish and Game on Monday when they saw that the elk had become stuck to the swing in their back yard. → Read More

Natural disasters in 2020 set new records

2020 was the most active fire season in history across the West. Nearly 1 million acres of land were burned across Idaho, Utah and Nevada, and millions more burned across California and Oregon. → Read More