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Zach Bruhl


Twin Falls, ID, United States

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Past articles by Zach:

Minico Spartans dominate 4A District 4 wrestling meet

Minico hosted the 4A district wrestling meet over the week and put on an impressive show. → Read More

Twin Falls secures last ticket to 4A state tournament with 42-40 win over Jerome

Twin Falls secures the last spot in the 4A state tournament by getting revenge against Jerome. → Read More

Two Buhl students representing Idaho at All-Northwest

Giianni Faught and Mason DuBois will be the first Buhl High School students to represent Idaho at the NAfME All-Northwest Choir and Band performance. → Read More

Frigid temperatures force many Southern Idaho schools to close on Monday, but not all schools...

Throughout the early part of the week, weather conditions led to multiple school closures across the region. → Read More

Bald Mountain reporting its best snow in years

Snow Levels across Southern Idaho are hovering above the year-over-year averages, which has provided some great conditions at the region's ski areas. → Read More

Southern Idaho’s first Warming Center opens Friday night in Twin Falls

For over a year, members from numerous southern Idaho charities and nonprofit organizations have been working to provide the region with its only warming center for the Magic Valley’s houseless. → Read More

Salute to Idaho Agriculture: Bison Pipe

Bison Pipe has been serving the Intermountain West for over three decades. → Read More

‘Sources of Strength’ is giving students at T.F.H.S. the opportunity to address mental health concerns

Mental health challenges facing high school aged students is a prevalent problem across the country. Today, we are introduced to a program at Twin Falls High School that is aiming to normalize the difficult conversations surrounding mental health... → Read More

American Red Cross is seeking volunteers in the Gem State

The American Red Cross is looking for additional volunteers for their Disaster Preparedness Team across Idaho. → Read More

Cabin Fever Day 2023 provides heaps of free or discounted fun for Southern Idaho families

Cabin Fever Day brings families out of the house to break out of winter boredom and participate in fun activities. → Read More

108-year-old irrigation system to be replaced in Clover thanks, in part, to over $3 million in grant funding

Following a 2'x6' burst in the mainline of the Clover Irrigation and Pump Company's irrigation system, the mainline is being replaced. The project will save about 25% of the water sent to the district and restore lost value to the farmland. → Read More

Deadline approaching to apply for open CSI Board seat

The deadline is approaching for applications to join the College of Southern Idaho’s Board of Trustees, filling a seat vacant from December 2022. → Read More

Studio G in Twin Falls hosts open house with free sample workouts to help jumpstart new year’s resolutions

Studio G offered free workout classes on Saturday, welcoming old and new clients to try samples of a variety of workout styles. → Read More

Both CSI teams continue undefeated home streaks agains CNCC Spartans

CSI hosted Colorado Northwestern Community College and both teams dominated, with 40- and 50-point wins. → Read More

KMVT’s top sports moments of 2022

KMVT's top 5 sports moments from across Southern Idaho in 2022. → Read More

Salute to Idaho Agriculture: Tips for a successful lawn and garden

Moss Greenhouses Owner Jennifer Moss gives tips for those looking to establish a healthy, resilient lawn and garden in 2023. → Read More

CSI awaits Elmore County decision on a public vote to be included in taxing district

Idaho’s board of education approved a petition by Elmore County that seeks to add the region to the College of Southern Idaho’s taxing district. → Read More

Salute to Idaho Agriculture: Lloyd Family Christmas Trees

Thousands of trees, wreaths, and various holiday décor, Llyod Family Christmas Trees knows a thing or two about holidays here in the Magic Valley. → Read More

Chobani announces $250,000 gift to the Magic Valley

A local company has donated $250,000 to support the development of the Pole Line / Eastland Trailhead Park. → Read More

Still time to enroll for health insurance through the Healthcare Marketplace

Those who missed the initial deadline to enroll in health insurance have until January 15th to enroll before the final deadline. → Read More