Elizabeth Hadley, KMVT News

Elizabeth Hadley


Twin Falls, ID, United States

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Past articles by Elizabeth:

Jerome School District seeks to pass a supplemental levy on upcoming March 14th election

The levy makes up about 4% of the overall budget and is worth 1.25 million dollars for two years. → Read More

Twin Falls School District to offer Dual Immersion Program beginning in the fall

The Twin Falls School District is going to be offering dual immersion classes beginning in the fall of this year. → Read More

Annual Construction Expo coming to Twin Falls

This year, 80 students from area high schools will be spending two days at the expo. → Read More

World renowned magician an illusionist ‘Krendl’ coming to Glenns Ferry Theatre

Krendl has traveled all over the world performing for audiences live, and has even appeared on Impractical Jokers. → Read More

Early voting begins Monday in Twin Falls County

Early voting opens on Monday in Twin Falls County, for the upcoming March 14th election. → Read More

Fit and Well Idaho: Keeping your heart healthy through your diet

Food that are rich in fiber include beans and lentils, broccoli, berries, whole grains, apples and nuts. → Read More

Oakley community holding benefit concert dinner for music teacher who is fighting cancer

The dinner will be on March 10 at Oakley High School, at the fundraiser there will be a silent auction as well as live music from her students. → Read More

Fit and Well Idaho: 'Community Health Improvement Fund' grant applications is now open

The second round of the 'Community Health Improvement Fund' improvement grants is open now, and that is the topic of this week’s Fit and Well Idaho Report. → Read More

U.S. Navy Band to make a stop in Twin Falls on upcoming concert tour

The United States Navy Band is coming to Twin Falls and the community is invited. → Read More

Wood River Valley dentist arrested on charges of felony domestic violence

A well-known dentist in the Wood River Valley was arrested in Ada County on multiple charges of domestic abuse. → Read More

CNA Program at CSI, an opportunity for ESL students

A typical CNA program is 10 weeks long, but for those students who speak English as a second language, its 16 weeks. → Read More

Furry Friday: Bonnie

Bonnie is up for adoption at the Twin Falls Animal Shelter. → Read More

Jerome City and County continues to grow, adding new businesses and developments

Over the past several years, Jerome County has become a new hotspot for local businesses. → Read More

Declo Elementary receives grant to provide ‘Calm Rooms’ for students

The importance of taking care of your mental health has been heightened since the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

February is recognized as Loneliness Awareness Month; the dangers of loneliness

Typically when people think of loneliness, they think of it as being an emotional issue, but research shows that people who are lonely are at an increased risk of being diagnosed with dementia, heart disease, or having a stroke. → Read More

Community comes together to support Jerome elementary school teacher

The community is coming together with a Go-Fund me to help raise enough money to allow her to live independently in an ADA accessible house. → Read More

Furry Friday: Cameron

Cameron joined us for Furry Friday from the Twin Falls Animal Shelter. → Read More

Local farmer gets recognized on a national level

His yield recently won the national wheat yield contest, which is open to farmers all across the United States. → Read More

Fit and Well Idaho: Cervical Cancer awareness month

January is cervical cancer month bringing awareness to a disease that impacts more than 14,000 women per year. → Read More

The benefits of having a children’s museum in the area

The 50,000 donation came from North Canyon’s community health fund and one pediatrician looks forward to the kids in the community having somewhere safe to gets hands on learning and play. → Read More