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Agriculture provides diversity in Twin Falls economy

Agriculture provides diversity in Twin Falls economy

It’s hard to drive anywhere in south-central Idaho without passing fields of corn and truckloads of freshly harvested russet potatoes. Twin Falls County is one of Idaho’s leading agricultural producers. According to the University of Idaho Extension, the county has ...

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Ski resorts look beyond snow season

Ski resorts look beyond snow season

Although snow sports continue to be ski resorts’ bread and butter, operations like Pomerelle Mountain Resort near Albion and Magic Mountain near Hansen are diversifying their offerings. From about mid-November through March, Pomerelle’s two chair lifts carry skiers and snowboarders ...

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Kimberly to get new health center this winter

Kimberly to get new health center this winter

Early next year Kimberly residents will be able to medical, dental and behavioral health care at a new federally funded Family Health Services clinic. Construction on the 7,000-square-foot community health care clinic begins in October, and the building will be ...

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Twin Falls’ Crossroads Point development stalls

When a groundbreaking celebration was held for the Heritage Building in June 2008, Dragt Construction had verbal agreements for leasing 60 percent of it. With a hospital planned for next door, professional office space within the 13,500-square-foot, Spanish Colonial building ...

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Funeral homes adapt to changing market

Heidi Heil stands in front of her Serenity Funeral Chapel in Twin Falls. Construction has begun to bring the facility’s two buildings together into one. The remodel will bridge the buildings together with a large, new two-story space and room ...

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Commercial development restarting in Twin Falls

Plans for a 250,000-square-foot retail center on 12 lots in Twin Falls have been dusted off and restarted, a sign of growing confidence in southern Idaho’s economic recovery. The Twin Falls City Council this month approved a zoning map change to ...

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