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Past articles by Layne:

Twin Falls Animal Shelter reaches capacity once again

The Twin Falls Animal Shelter is once again at capacity → Read More

Idaho Fish and Game hosting fishing event for the community

Fishing equipment will be provided for those who don’t have their own, including bait → Read More

Twin Falls School District proposes change to school attendance zones

The change will move about 85 students from the Rock Creek Zone into the Perrine Zone as that area becomes populated → Read More

Study finds recognition at work key for retention

Idaho continues to see low unemployment and job growth. Now, a new study shows that feeling recognized at work is essential for employee retention. → Read More

IDFG seeks input about improvements to two locations

The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is seeking your input on improvements to two sites in the Wood River Valley. → Read More

Wellness Wednesday: Birth & Parenting Education

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — St. Luke’s is offering in-person birth and parenting classes again after switching to virtual classes during the COVID-19 pandemic. Classes include Childbirth Preparedness, Childbirth BootCamp, Baby Care Basics, and more. For a full list of classes visit St. Luke’s website. Copyright 2022 KMVT/KSVT. All rights reserved. → Read More

Family of missing boy to participate in Christmas Eve candlelight vigil

The family of a missing five-year-old boy will be participating in a Christmas Eve candlelight vigil. → Read More

Southern Idaho Pride prep for winter party and lights tour

Southern Idaho Pride is getting into the holiday spirit tonight with their annual Winter Party and Lights tour. → Read More

Police say missing Boise teen could be in danger

Idaho police say a missing teenage girl from Boise could be in danger. → Read More

St. Luke’s give safety tips for parents this holiday season

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — As we enter the midst of the holiday season many people are focusing on decorations and holiday treats, but it’s also important to remember safety during the holidays. According to St. Luke’s, on average, there are 160 decorating-related injuries each day during the holiday season. Children account for many of these injuries with 192,000 children being treated in… → Read More

The holiday season could bring another COVID-19 surge, warns one pharmacist

One Idaho pharmacist says with the COVID delta variant is a virus of the unvaccinated and Idaho has one of the nations lowest vaccine rates → Read More

Twin Falls School District addresses concern over class not reciting the Pledge of Allegiance

Twin Falls School District addresses concerns over a substitute teacher telling a class to not recite the Pledge of Allegiance after a Facebook post has been circulating the community → Read More

I-86 open again after trailer fire

All lanes of travel are now open on I-86 near Raft River after a trailer hauling hay catches fire. → Read More

Developers unveil lofts in downtown Twin Falls

Developers unveiled the main avenue lofts in downtown Twin Falls on Thursday → Read More

The truck driver shortage could keep prices high for shoppers

The current truck driver shortage is hitting consumers in the wallet and there doesn't seem to be an end in sight → Read More

Health district clarifies who qualifies for third COVID-19 vaccine

The South Central Public Health District explains only those who are immunocompromised qualify for a 3rd dose of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccines → Read More

Idaho increases vaccines delivered to the state in anticipation of people getting the shot

Idaho receives vaccines based on the amount healthcare providers believe they can use → Read More

The South Central Public Health District warns of the transmissibility of the delta variant

The South Central Public Health District says because the delta variant of the coronavirus is so contagious it is thought that even people who have been vaccinated can spread the virus → Read More

An innovative new healthcare option is available for the first time in Idaho

Nurx is an online healthcare option focusing on women's health → Read More

The Twin Falls School District offers COVID-19 tests for students and staff

The Twin Falls School District is offering COVID-19 tests for students, staff, and parents by calling the district office → Read More