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Nicholas Snider


Twin Falls, ID, United States

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Recent articles by Nicholas:

Soldier mountain opens 2 weeks earlier than expected

Soldier Mountain in Fairfield is now open for the season; 2 weeks before their original expected start date! → Read More

52 weeks of Preparedness: how to help volunteer

It’s the giving season, while many people will have a very merry Christmas this year, not everyone will be as fortunate. → Read More

Airport and SkyWest asking for city and county approval for new contract

The Magic Valley Regional Airport and SkyWest Airlines are up for a new contract for 2023, and the stakes are high on this one. → Read More

Behind the Business: Golf IN

Moving to Twin Falls four years ago, avid golfer Greg Olsen felt a little bored during the wintertime → Read More

52 Weeks of Preparedness: Week 28

It’s almost winter in southern Idaho, and that means it’s time to start preparing your car. → Read More

2022 Idaho fire season recap

After an abundance of spring rain, much of Idaho’s terrain looked like this by mid-summer: full of dry fuels only needing a spark to start what could be a rather large fire. Because of this, concern was pretty high among those responsible for battling fires. → Read More

Behind the Business: DAP Books

After meeting, and falling in love with a professional B.A.S.E. jumper, she found a new home here in Twin. → Read More

Perrine Bridge to get new lights, expect delays Thursday evening

If you’re planning on commuting on the Perrine Bridge Thursday evening, expect delays. → Read More

52 Weeks of Preparedness: Staying updated on emergency information

Knowing what to do in the case of an emergency is very important, according to officials → Read More

Local senior giving back to long term care patients

The last couple of years has been hard on seniors living in long-term care facilities, with the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

First time voters turned out in a big way during these mid terms

The 2022 midterms were apparently very important to new voters all across the country. → Read More

Behind the Business: Rupert Elks Lodge

For over 60 years, the Elks Lodge has sat between Rupert and Paul. → Read More

AAA Idaho: What to expect at the pump this holiday travel season

Crude oil supply is tightening up once again, leaving some worried about yet another gas price hike. → Read More

Magic Valley food banks in need of donations as the holiday season draws near

Thanksgiving is just under 3 weeks away, and for some Americans, rising cost of food is making it difficult to feed their families. → Read More

Jump Time Idaho hosts Halloween event this Saturday

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — It’s Halloween weekend, and that means there are a lot activities happening around the Magic Valley Jump time Idaho hosted their annual Halloween carnival today. The event featured numerous booths, pumpkin painting, and of course lots of costumes from both kids and workers, and discounts were available for those who did wear costumes. “If they wear their costumes,… → Read More

Trunk or Treat Twin Falls sees large turnout Saturday

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — Saturday featured the annual trunk-or-treat on Main Street in Twin Falls. The event featured local businesses handing out candy to kids of all ages, aiming to provide a safer option compared to door-to-door trick or treating on Halloween. Representatives from these businesses were happy to see a large turnout for the event, and were thrilled to see the numerous… → Read More

How inflation is impacting Halloween in Twin Falls this year

Halloween spending is expected to hit a record high this year. → Read More

New website to target Idaho election misinformation

The Idaho Secretary of State is launching a new website aimed at pointing out election misinformation. → Read More

52 Weeks of Preparedness: Week 25

Having food readily available during an emergency is no doubt important but being able to cook that food is also important. → Read More

Burley Straw Maze re-opens after Friday night fire, owners grateful for community support

Magic Valley residents are breathing a sigh of relief and expressing excitement, as the Burley Straw Maze has reopened. This, after a fire Friday evening gave everyone at the venue an unplanned scare. → Read More