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Nicholas Snider


Twin Falls, ID, United States

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Past articles by Nicholas:

How the City of Twin Falls is preparing for pothole season

The City of Twin Falls says there are a few crews out-and-about working to fix the roadways. → Read More

Rise and Shine Guest: Randimals

How one Ketchum Business has grown into something very unique. → Read More

CSI and the Red Cross team up for a much needed blood drive

Magic Valley residents flocked to the College of Southern Idaho on Thursday for a blood drive held in the student recreation center. → Read More

I.T.D. getting crews ready to battle adverse road conditions this winter

The public aren’t the only ones preparing for a winter storm. → Read More

Christmas season a time for increased concern about drug deaths

Historically, the Christmas season a time where the country sees a spike in drug-related deaths. → Read More

Need for blood continues throughout the holiday season

Just because it’s the Christmas season doesn’t mean the need for blood stops. → Read More

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