Magic Valley News, January 23

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BLM temporarily restricting off-highway vehicle use in Wood River Valley to minimize impacts to wintering deer and elk. No motor vehicles allowed in identified areas from Jan 1 - April 30, 2023. MAP: https://on.doi.gov/3VjJ7Qw

ALL 6-9p Wed & Sat. Live Music at the Brickhouse, 516 Hansen St S. (208) 736-6264

1st BUHL Birdcount. Bill Bridges, (208) 293-2426

3rd JARBIDGE Jim Sage CBC Bird Count. Wallace Keck, (208) 824-5911

7th 10a RUPERT Watercolor Class, Wilson Theater, 610 Fremont. $30 5:30 TF CSI Bull Bash. Bull riding starts at 7. $10 adults, $5 kids (6-12) 7p TF Carson Hasher, 2nd Street Market. 210 2nd Ave S. (208) 261-2561

12th 6p WENDELL Trivia Night with Snowboard prize! West Point Watering Hole p14

13th 7p TF Bryon Hildreth, 2nd St Market. 210 2nd Ave S. (208) 261-2561

9p JACKPOT Joe Caliz, Cactus Petes.

14th 5:30p. HAGERMAN Eagle Tree Tour, 240 E Salmon. RSVP. (208) 536-0094 8p JACKPOT Joe Caliz, Cactus Petes

15th 9a. HAGERMAN Winter Birds Tour, 240 E Salmon. RSVP. (208) 536-0094

20th 7:30p TF Brava Piano Duo, CSI Fine Arts Center. $10, $8 Srs, $6 students. (208) 732-6769

21st 7:30p RUPERT Heath Harmison Comedy Night, Wilson Theater, 610 Fremont.

26th 7:30p TF Cheng2Duo, CSI Fine Arts Center. $18, $10 students HS or under 6p WENDELL Trivia Night with Snowboard prize! West Point Watering Hole p14

27th 12-4p WENDELL Aaron Golay Music, West Point Watering Hole p14 8p TF Comedy Night w/Luke Severeid, Big Papas Grill, 213 5th Ave S. (208) 736-6264 9p JACKPOT Warrant, Cactus Petes

28th 5:30p TF Cowboy/Cowgirl Boxing Smoker, CSI. $12 and up for reserved seating. 8p JACKPOT Warrant, Cactus Petes 6-11p WENDELL Ryler Hanosky Music, West Point Watering Hole p14

29th 12-4p WENDELL Ryler Acoustics, West Point Watering Hole p14

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American Legion Post 43: 1314B Main St. (208) 410-2669

Chamber of Commerce: Noon-5p M-F. 716 Hwy 30. Mtg 1st Tues, El Cazador. (208) 543-6682

Churches: Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9a Sun. 1001 Fair Ave & 501 Main St. (208) 543-6198

City Hall: 7a-6p M-Th. 203 Broadway Ave N B, (208) 543-5650

City Council: 6:30p 2nd & 4th Mondays, City Hall Michael Higbee, Kelly Peterson, Amanda Hawkins, Marla Sisson Mayor: Pam McClain, mayor@cityofbuhl.us, (208) 543-5650 p5

P&Z: 10a 3rd Wed, Council Chambers

DMV: 8-5 M-F. 201 N Broadway. (208) 543-8023

Farmers Market: 4-6p Wed. July 13-Sept 28. 1010 Main St. Fire: 201 Broadway Ave N. (208) 543-5664

Fit over 50: 9a Tu-W-Th. 7th Street Gym, 114 Broadway Ave S. (208) 543-4384 Food Pantry: 9-12p M-Th, 1:30-4p Tu. 910 Maple St. (208) 329-2393

Harvest Moon Car Club: 1st Sat in Oct. Steve Belt, 208-320-7025

Kiwanis: Noon. 2nd & 4th Wed. El Cazador, 113 Broadway Ave S. Library: 9-5 M & W, 1-7 Tu & Th, 1-5 Sat. 215 Broadway Ave N. (208) 543-6500. Board Meeting: 5p 4th Wed. Book Club: 7p 2nd Thurs. Story Time: 10a Wed.

Magic Valley Rep Women: Noon 3rd W. El Cazador, 113 Broadway S. (208) 590-3036 p5 Police: 9-1-1 for emergency. Non-emerg: (208) 735-1911. 201 Broadway Ave N. (208) 543-4200 Post Office: 8:30-5 M-F. 830 Main St. (208) 543-6152

Rotary: Noon. Every Thurs. Pasta Palace, 1016 Main St. School Board: 7p 3rd Monday. High School Auditorium, 1 Indian Territory. (208) 543-8262

Senior Center: Noon Lunch M Tu Th $6. Brunch: 8-10a W and 1p 2nd Sun (May 1st Sun) Canasta (Hand-N-Foot): 1p Tues. 1010 Main St. (208) 543-4577

Social Services: (208) 733-9351 Twin Falls WEMA (W End Men’s Assoc): 6:30a Fri. Pasta Palace, 1016 Main St. VFW Post 3604: 7p 2nd Tues. 1314B Main St. (208) 410-2669

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1st BUHL Bird count. Bill Bridges, (208) 293-2426

“Ever since the ad came out, the phone “Ever since the ad came out, the phone since the ad came the phone since the ad came the phone has been ringing off the hook!” C.M. has been ringing off the hook!” C.M.

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Buhl Mayor Pam McClain

Looking to 2023, we have a great deal coming up, such as:

• Planning for city growth and partnering with the Buhl School District and Buhl Planning & Zoning on that growth.

• Looking at a third Buhl Urban Renewal Agency area for downtown.

• Revisiting and updating old codes on our books.

• Economic development plans.

• Revitalizing the youth liaison from Buhl High School with the Buhl City Council.

• Infrastructure upgrades.

• And I'm sure much more…!

Once per month Friday morning coffees around the city are something I am considering. I would bring one department head with me. Please keep an eye out for future announcements.

Remember, council meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month at 6:30 p.m., with the second meeting of the month a working meeting for the council. You can also visit the City website.

As we enter the new year, I look forward to working with and for all of you!

City Hall: M-F 8-5. 140 Kentucky St. (208) 352-1117

City Council: 7p, 3rd Wednesday

Mayor: Chris Pruit. (208) 731-8501

Fire: 129 Hwy 30, (208) 352-4320

Garden Club: 1p 1st Wed ncsnancy@gmail.com

Sheriff: 624 Main St, Gooding. (208) 934-4421

Post Office: M-F 8:30-12:30p. 100 Hwy 30 (208) 352-4293

School Board: 7p, 2nd Mon. Elem School. Social Services: (208) 733-9351 Twin Falls

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American Legion Post 17, Burley: 7p 4th Tues. 1901 Miller Ave. (208) 678-3428

Chamber of Commerce, Mini Cassia: 9-5 M-F. 1177 7th St, Heyburn. (208) 679-4793

City Hall: 8:30-5 M-F. 1401 Overland Ave. (208) 878-2224

City Council: 7p 1st & 3rd Tu. Council Chambers Janet Hansen, Casey Anderson, John Craner, Bryce Morgan, Stegen Phillips, Kimberli Seely Mayor: Steve Ormond. (208) 878-2224

P&Z: 10:30a 3rd Wed. Council Chambers DMV: 8:30-5 M-F. 203 E 15th St. (208) 878-3549

Fire: 911 emergency. 1235 Miller Ave. (208) 878-7371

Food Pantry: 4-5:30 Tu, 9-10:30a Th. Mt View Christian Ctr, 317 Mt View Lane. (208) 678-5460

Kiwanis: Noon Wed. Perkins, 800 N Overland Ave. Library: 9:30-7 M-Th, 9:30-6 Fri, 9:30-2 Sat. 1300 Miller Ave. (208) 878-7708 Board Meeting: 4-6p last Tues of the month.

Book Club: 1:30-2:30 Thurs.

Coding Club: 3:45p. Thurs

Dungeons & Dragons: 5p. Tu, W, Th on 1st & 3rd weeks.

Full Steam Ahead: 3:45p. Dec 6 Game Night: 5-8p. Dec 6 Music & Movement: 10:30-11, 11:15-11:45 Tues. 9:45-10:15, 10:30-11 Wed.

Story Time: 10:30-11 Thurs. Museum, Cassia County: 10-5 Tu-Sa. 1142 Hiland Ave. (208) 678-7172

Police: 1401 Overland Ave. (208) 878-2251. Sheriff: 129 E 14th St. (208) 878-2251 Post Office: 9-5 M-F, 9-Noon Sat. 1353 Overland Ave. (208) 678-2541

Rotary: Noon Tues. Perkins, 800 N Overland Ave. School Board: 7p 3rd Tues.

Senior Center: Noon Lunch M-F. $5, Visitors $6. 2421 Overland Ave. (208) 878-8646 Social Services: (208) 678-3514 Burley VFW: 7p 2nd Thurs. 554 Hiland Ave. (208) 572-0509

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Growing up in Hagerman Valley

Lora L Lewis (copyright) (Con’t from December). Space donated by Magic Valley News

January without fail was icy and cold. Ponds actually froze solid. Many young people owned a pair of ice skates which had been gifted to them at Christmas. There was no need to pay an ice skating entry fee because Hagerman Valley had its own natural outdoor ice skating rink, used for free. Just north of the Owsley Bridge, on the west side of Highway 3O, lie the duck and fishing ponds. For generations these small bodies of water, locally known as the sloughs (pronounced ‘slews”), froze many inches thick as if they were created not only for fishing in the summer months, but also for friendly freezing family fun, come winter.

Parents could drop off their kids for several hours, without a worry. On Saturdays a good number of individuals were known to be flying safely around and across the frozen body of water. Sounds of blades popping, hopping and stopping echoed across the arctic-like air. Amitoure spins leaving thin blade-cut trails in the ice left evidence from the more experienced local ice-athletes. Toppling participants quickly rebounded with no evidence of accidental battle scars, bumps and bruises under layers of warm clothing, hoping no one would notice.

Students could get away with building small bonfires close on the edge. Anyone could skate off the ice at a moment’s notice enticed by the brilliant red, yellow and orange flames to warm one’s back and hands. For those more prepared with an adult supervisor, tree limbs whittled to a point lay close by, for roasting hotdogs and marshmallows.

Organized youth groups often enjoyed a Saturday of play on the frozen ponds. On one of those pleasant skating outings, as usual many kids were skimming across the frozen pond. It was a clear, crisp wintery day. All were bundled up to enjoy an afternoon of peaceful bliss. There were no concerns or cares of any kind. On this particular Saturday, a locally sponsored multi-age youth Sunday school party consumed the local ice-rink with fun, food, and a hot dog roasting bonfire. There was a spot on the north side of the sloughs that was supposed to be off limits to youth. This smaller area featured thinner ice lined by cattails. These plants, or as we called them,’Tullies’, grew around the pond's edges. Unbeknownst to the supervisor, some of the twelve and thirteen year old boys decided to ‘part waves’ from the rest of the group and have their own fun! (con’t p23)

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City Hall: 9-3 M, Tu, Th 12-7p Wed. 300 Main St. (208) 537-6544

City Council: 7p 2nd Wed. Roxanne Stiegemeier, (208) 421-3797 Cliff Lockhart, (208) 293-4811 Justin Clark, (208) 280-0185

Raul Garcia, (208) 329-3264

Mayor: Dan Howard, (208) 490-2119

Fire: 6:30p 1st & 3rd Thurs. Rome St. Chief Ben Medina, (208) 410-3928

Food Pantry: 8-3 M-W, 8-5 Th, 10-12, 7-8:30p Sun. Castleford First Baptist, 290 Main. (208) 537-6825

Police: 911. Non-emerg: (208) 735-1911. 201 Broadway Ave N. (208) 543-4200

Post Office: 8-12p M-F. 357 Main. (208) 537-6670

Preschool: 7:40-11:30a. Free Food Social Services: (208) 733-9351 Twin Falls

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American Legion Post #19: 8p 1st & 3rd W. 114 Camas Ave E. Chamber of Commerce: 113 Willow Ave E. (208) 754-2222

City Hall: 407 Soldier Rd. (208) 764-2333

City Council: 7p 2nd & 3rd Th. John Pine, Josh Bovey, Tyler Ballard Ted Miller

Mayor: Terry S Lee. DMV: 8:30-5 M-F. 517 Soldier. (208) 764-2370 Fire: 24 hours. 119 W Willow. (208) 764-2500 Food Pantries: 3-4p W F (1st F after 2nd W). Lighthouse. 213 Ponderosa. (208) 764-3322

4-6p Th. Faith Bible Church, 603 Central (406) 590-3150 Library: 12-7 M, 12:30-5:30 Tu-F. 607 Soldier Rd. (208) 754-2553

Board Mtg: 5p 4th Mon.

Curiosity Club: W after School Story Time: 10:30a Th, Sept-May Camas County Sheriff: 911. 119 W Willow. (208) 754-2261 Post Office: 8:30-12:30, 1-3 M-F. 518 Soldier Rd (208) 764-2423

Senior Center: Lunch Noon Tu W F. $5 129 Willow Ave (208) 764-2226 Social Services: (208) 733-9351 Twin Falls

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City Hall: 7a-6p M-Th. 300 Main. (208) 326-5000

City Council: 6p 1st & 3rd Tu.

Sam Callen, Desiree Romano Joe Durham, Tracey Daluiso

Mayor: Robert E. Templeman

Fire: 911. 100 Hwy 30. (208) 326-4111

Food Pantries: Dine-in, Takeout. 504 5th St. (208) 420-4120 10-3 Tu, W, Th. Senior Haven, 222 Main St. (208) 326-4608

Lighthouse Pentecostal Church, 500 W 5th St (208) 543-4647

Kiwanis: Noon, 2nd & 4th W. Senior Center Library: 1-6p M-F, 2-4 Sat. 219 Main. (208) 326-4143

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Lego Creative: 4p Fri

Story Time: 1p Thurs

Police: 300 Main St. (208) 326-4123

Post Office: 8:30-5p M-F. 413 Main St (208) 326-5220

Senior Center: Lunch Noon Tu W Th 222 Main St. (208) 326-4608

Bingo: 1p W, Th

Cards: 1:30p Thurs

Social Services: (208) 733-9351 Twin Falls

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American Legion Post 30: 7:30p 3rd Tues. 200 3rd Ave W. (208) 490-7003

Basque Dinner: 6-8p, 1st Fri. Basque Hall. 285 Euskadi. (208) 934-5840. $22, Seniors $20. Chamber of Comm: 12p 3rd Thur. Zeppes. 8:30-5 M-Th, 8:30-4 F. 333 Main St. (208) 934-4841

City Hall: 7:30-5:30 M-Th. 308 5th Ave W. (208) 934-5669

City Council: 7p 1st & 3rd Mon.

P&Z: 5:30p 4th Tues

DMV: 7:30a-5:30p M-Th. 145 7th Ave E. (208) 934-4597

Farmers Market: 2-6p Tues. May 17-Oct 12. Corner of 13th & Main Fire: 8-5 M-F. 2155 Montana St. (208) 934-8348

Fit over 60: 9:30a Tu Th.

Food Pantry: 10-2:45 M, 11-1:45 Tu Th F. Helping Hearts & Hands, 237 Main St. (208) 934-5101 Library: 10-5 MF, 10-6 Tu W Th, 9-12p Sat. 306 5th Ave W. (208) 934-4089

American Sign Lang Story Time: 10a Fri Board Mtg: 6:30p 4th Mon

Create at the Library: 4-5 Tues Game Day: 4-5 Wed Monday Coding: 4-5 Mon Music & Movement: 10-11 Wed

STEM Story Time: 2p Thur Story Time: 2-3 Tues

Teen Art Journaling: 4:30p Wed

Yoga Story Time: 10-11 Mon Museum: 9-5 F Sat. 285 Euskadi. (208) 934-5135

Historic Governor Morrison Home, By Appointment Only. (208) 579-2382 Police: 911. 308 5th Ave W. (208) 934-8435 Post Office: 8:30-5p M-F. 201 3rd Ave E. (208) 934-4822

Republican Committee: 7p 2nd Tues. ADp17 Rotary: 12:10p Fri. El Toro, 413 Main St. School Board: 7p 2nd Tu. School District Office Senior Center: Noon M-Th. 308 Senior Ave. (208) 934-5504 $4 Social Services: (208) 733-9351 Twin Falls VFW Post 3078: 7p 3rd Thur. 308 Senior Ave. (208) 934-8587

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PART TIME HELP WANTED WEED CONTROL SPECIALIST

Do you enjoy the outdoors? Looking for a way to earn income this summer?

Vegetation Management Services LLC, based in Hagerman, provides weed control services to private and government customers throughout Southwestern Idaho. The company seeks individuals to conduct weed spray activities. Ability to safely operate an ATV or UTV is required. Individual must be in good physical condition. Employer will provide training of weed identification as well as safe and proper use of herbicides.

Work days will be variable throughout the summer with some flexibility. Work period mid-March to early September. Work hours will range from 10 to 40 hours per week. Some overnight travel is required. Employer will pay travel expenses.

Contact Matt at VMSmatt@gmail.com or 208-949-0523.

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1000 Springs Resort, 18734 Hwy 30

1000 Springs Visitor Ctr, 17970 Hwy 30

Chevron Station 361 S State St

Bean’s Twisted Scissors, 100 State St

Budman’s Barber Shop, 460 S State St

Hagerman RV Village, 18049 Hwy 30

Hagerman Public Library, 441 S State St

Hagerman Senior Center, 140 E Lake St

Hagerman Valley Inn, 661 Frogs Landing

Los Potrillos Restaurant, 141 N State St

Papa Kelsey’s, 130 S State St. Rerunz Thrift Store, 130 S State St

Rest EZ RV Park, 221 Hagerman Ave W Rustic Edge RV Park, 221 Hagerman Ave

Sawtooth Dental, 620 Frogs Landing Shell Station Store & Deli, 531 S State St

Snake River Grill, 611 Frogs Landing State Street Aquatics, 231 N State St

14 Mass: Sunday 10a Spanish Mass: 1st Sun of the month Thursday Mass: 6p Adoration: Thursday 5p Confessions: Thursday 5p (208) 543-5136 PO Box 52, 446 N State St Hagerman, ID 83332 ST CATHERINE’S CATHOLIC STATION Pastor: Father Jorge Garcia Deacon: Jim McCaughey FREE NEWSLETTERS AVAILABLE:
(208) 423-1114 SUNDAY: Worship 11am Prayer Meeting 6p, Bible Study 6:30p Call the Church for Dates WELCOME TO YOU & YOUR FAMILY PLEASE COME WORSHIP WITH US Pastor@HagermanValleyBaptist.org 390 N. State Street, Hagerman Serving Christ in Our Community & Beyond Serving Christ in Our Community & Beyond Serving Christ in Our Community & Beyond Serving Christ in Our Community & Beyond Celebrate with Us! SPECIALS: “Taco Tuesday” Specials Wednesdays $2 off “Basket of the Week” “Thirsty Thursday Special” Every NFL Game 23rd-29th Camo Week—Hunter Specials! EVENTS: Visit WestPointStore.com for up to date events! Also check Wendell Calendar. EAGLE TREES: Mid Nov - End of Feb “Eagle Picture Contest, $100 Prize!” TO GO ORDERS: call (208) 536-4635 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Drink Up, Become a Local… 3287 S 1500 S, Wendell

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HAGERMAN RESOURCES & ORGANIZATIONS CALENDAR

American Legion Post 31: 7p 2nd Mon. 281 N State St. (208) 837-6295

Chamber of Commerce: Noon 2nd Tue in Feb, Apr, June, Aug, Oct, Dec. (208) 837-9131

Churches:

Calvary Chapel: 10a Sun Worship, 6:30p Sun Youth, 6:45p Wed Prayer. 241 State St. (208) 837-4067

Church of Jesus Christ LDS: 9-9 Tues-Sun. 10a Sun Worship. 620 N State St. (208) 837-6209

Community of Christ: 10a Sun SS, 11a Sun Worship, 7p W Bible Study 211 E Orchard. (816) 833-1000

St Catherine’s Catholic Station: 10a Sun Mass, 5p Thur Adoration, Confess, Mass Spanish Mass: 1st Sun. 446 N State St. (208) 543-5136 p14

United Methodist: 10:15a 1st & 2nd Sun Worship. 270 E Salmon.

Christian Center Celebration: 10:30a Sun Worship, 6:30p W Bible Study. Legion Hall, 281 N State St. (208) 837-6140

Valley Baptist: 11a Sun Worship. Call for Prayer/Bible Study dates. p14 390 N State St. (208) 423-1114

City Hall: 9-12, 1-4 M-F. 191 N State St. (208) 837-6636

City council: 7p 1st & 3rd Wed. Wes Owsley, Erika Cornett, Ricky Fritz

Mayor: Jared Hillier

P&Z: 7p 2nd Tues

Farmers Markets: 10-2 Sundays, June 18-Sep 3. 1071 E 2900 S. (208) 536-0094

Fire: 159 Salmon St E. (208) 837-4552

Fit over 60: 9a M, Th. Billingsley Creek Park. Hagerman Helpers: Call (208)-751-4508 for help. Donations & Volunteers welcome. Hagerman IDEA: 1-4p Tu, F. 240 E Salmon. (208) 536-0094

Magic Valley News, Community Business Center, Hagerman Valley Foundation Food Pantry: 2:30-5p Tu, 10-2 Th. 130 N State St. (208) 404-2821

Library: 1-5 Tu, 10-6 W, 10-5 Th-F, 10-1 Sat. 441 S State St. (208) 837-6520

Board Mtg: 5:30p 3rd Thur Museum: 1-4 F, Sa, Su. 111 W Hagerman Ave. (208) 837-6288 Post Office: 7:45-1, 2-4:15 M-F. 444 N State St. (208) 837-6331

School Board: 6p 2nd Mon, HS Board Room

Senior Center: Noon lunch MWF. 140 E Lake. (208) 837-6120. $5. p17

Blood Draws: 8-10:30. Every Monday. Bring Dr Orders

Bingo: 11:45a. Fridays - 2 games before Lunch

Bridge Club: 1:30p. Every Friday

Foot Clinic: 12:30p. Jan 20 ($10)

Live Music: Noon. Jan 23 Greystone

Thrift Store: 10-2 MWF

Sheriff: 911. 110 Main St. (208) 834-4421

Social Services: (208) 733-9351 Twin Falls

Thrift Barn: 10-2 M W, 11-4 F Sa. 271 N State St. (209) 544-6707

Visitor Center: 9-3 F Sa Sun. 17970 Hwy 30. (208) 933-4105

HAGERMAN JANUARY EVENT CALENDAR

14th 5:30p Eagle Tree Tour, 240 E Salmon. RSVP. (208) 536-0094 p13 15th 9a Winter Birds Tour, 240 E Salmon. RSVP. (208) 536-0094 p13

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Rock Creek General Store, 3048N 3800E

HANSEN ORGANIZATIONS CALENDAR

City Hall: 9-5 M-Th, 9-3 F. 388 Main St S. (208) 423-5158

City Council: 7p 2nd Tues. Linda Medley, Catherine Wayment, Veronica Rodriguez, Anthony Bohrn

Mayor: Joseph Ratto

Fire: 911. 357 Main St S. (208) 423-4336

Library: 1-6 MWF, 10-1 Sat. 120 W Maple. (208) 423-4122

Board Mtg: 7p 1st Mon

Computer Lab, Adults: 1-3 MWF Kids: 3-6 MWF, 10-1 Sat

Police: 911. 242 Hwy 30, Kimberly Emerg: (208) 735-1911. Office (208) 423-4153

Post Office: 8-12:30, 1-2:30 M-F. 217 Hwy 30. (208) 423-4280

School Board: 7p 3rd Mon. Social Services: (208) 733-9351 Twin Falls

Valley Lions Club: 7p 1st Tu. Snug Grill, Eden JANUARY EVENT CALENDAR

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American Legion Post 46: 6p 4th Tues. 105 7th Ave E.

Chamber of Commerce: 104 Main St. (208) 324-2711

City Hall: 8-5 M-F. 152 E Ave A. (208) 325-8189

City Council: 5:30p 1st & 3rd Tues.

Chris Barber, Brent Johnson, Jason Peterson, Bryan Craig

Mayor: Dave Davis P&Z: 6p 3rd Mon.

DMV: 7:30a-4:30p M-F. 2151 S Tiger Dr. (208) 595-3300

Farmers Markets: 9-1 Sat. June 4-Oct 8. Mt View Barn, 392 E 300 S. Fire: 911. 110 W Yakima. (208) 324-4258

Food Pantries: 4-6p Mon, 1-3p Fri. Martha & Mary’s Food Pantry, 212 3rd Ave E. (208) 595-4839 1st Thur of Feb, May, Aug, Nov. Jerome County Mobile Pantry, 213 3rd Ave E. (208) 404-6610

Historical Society: No Jan mtg. In Feb: 6p 2nd Thurs. Historical Museum. Bring item show/tell. Library: 9a-7p M-Thur, 10-5 F-Sa. 100 1st Ave E. (208) 324-5427

Anime Club for Teens: 4-5p Tues. Board Mtg: 5:30p 2nd Tues.

Let’s Talk About It: 7-8p. Dec 6th Make It: 3:45 Mon Story Time: 10a Dec 2nd Tabletop Gaming D&D: 4p Fri Museums:

Historical Museum: 1-5 Tu-Sa. 212 1st Ave E. (208) 324-5641

Northside Military Museum: 1-5 W-Sa. 220 N Lincoln. (208) 595-8012

Police: 911. 124 S Lincoln Ave. (208) 324-4328 Post Office: 9-5 M-F, 9:30-11:30a Sat. 154 1st Ave E. (208) 324-5381

Rep Central Committee: 7p 3rd Thurs. El Sombrero Restaurant, 143 W Main. (208) 420-1980 Occasionally at China Village , 123 S Alder. Call Mark Swenson to confirm location. Rotary: Noon Tues. China Village, 123 S Alder. School Board: 6p 4th Tues. Senior Center: Noon Lunch M-F. $6. 520 N Lincoln. (208) 324-5642

Bingo: 5p Fri

Bingo Sales: 6p Fri

Bunco: 12:30p Mon

Exercise Class: 10:30 MWF

Hand & Foot: 12:30p Thur

Line Dance: 7-9p Tues

Pinochle: 12:30p Tues, Fri

Social Services: (208) 733-9351 Twin Falls

Square Dance Lessons: 7-8p Mon. Oct 3-Feb. Mt View Barn, 392 E 300 S. (208) 536-2475

VFW Post 3001: 7p 4th Tues. 412 E 200 S. (208) 316-9300

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cups Mexican Cheese Mix all ingredients in blender, mix until smooth and well blended. Pour into 10” pie pan. Bake at 350° for 30 min. Serve with corn chips.

“Porcupines”

1 lb lean ground chuck (or burger) 2 cups uncooked rice 2 tbsp minced onion 1 tbsp dried parsley

1/2 tsp salt 1/2 tsp pepper

1 16 oz jar Spaghetti Sauce 2 cups tomato juice

Mix incredients except sauce and juice. Form into 1.5” round meatballs. Place in baking dish. Pour spaghetti sauce and tomato juice over meatballs. Cover with foil. Porcupines are done when cooked rice comes through meatballs. Serves 4-6.

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City Hall: 106 4th St. (208) 595-8196

City Council: 7p 2nd Tues

P&Z: 6:45p 2nd Tues

Fire: 623 Boyd E. (208) 423-4336

Library: Elem School, 123 4th St. (208) 432-5233

Post Office: 9-12 M-F. 244 1st St S. (208) 432-5509

School Board: 6p 2nd Tues Social Services: (208) 733-9351 Twin Falls

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American Legion: 7p 1st Wed at Senior Center

City Hall: 242 Hwy 30 E. (208) 423-4151

City Council: 6p 4th Tues Jim Eisenhower, Nancy Duncan, Bob Tomlinson, Burke Richman

Mayor: Burke Davidson

P&Z: 6p 3rd Wed

Fire: 1559 Main St N. (208) 423-4336

Food Pantry: Rock Creek: 4-6p Tu. 325 Madison E. (208) 212-0787

West End Providers: 10-2 Tu, 2-5 Th. 229 N Main. (208) 423-4496

Kiwanis: Noon 1st & 3rd Wed. Senior Center Library: 11-6 M Th, 3-8p Tu, 3-6p W F, 10-2 Sa 120 Madison N. (208) 423-4556

Board Mtg: 6:30p 1st Thur.

Story Time: 10a Wed (ages 3-5) Police: 911 or (208) 735-1911. 242 Hwy 30. Office (208) 423-4153 x18

Post Office: 9-5 M-F, 9-11 Sa. 225 Main St N. (208) 423-4050

School Board: 7p 3rd Thur.

Senior Center: 11:15a. Lunch W Th F. $5 Call day before to reserve meal.

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Social Services: (208) 733-9351 Twin Falls

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American Legion 10: 7p 3rd Wed. Rupert Elks (208) 670-0727

Chamber of Commerce (Mini Cassia): 9-5 M-F 1177 7th St Heyburn. (208) 679-4793

City Hall: 7a-6p M-F. 620 F St. (208) 436-9600

City Council: 7p 2nd & 4th Tues. Joel Heward, Tammy Jones Randy Thompson, Kris Faux

Mayor: Michael D. Brown

P&Z: 4p 3rd Thurs.

DMV: 8:30-5:30 M-F. 724 H St. (208) 434-2327

Fire: in City Hall, 620 F St. (208) 436-9600

Food Pantry: 9-3 M-W. (208) 436-3354

Methodist Church, 605 H St. Kiwanis: Noon Tuesdays, Elks, 85 S 200 W. Library: 10-7p M-W, F. 417 7th St. (208) 436-3874

Board Mtg: 5p 2nd Wed Story Time: 10:30a, 4:30p Thurs Teen Club: 4:30p Fri

Police: 911. 633 Fremont Ave. (208) 434-2330 Post Office: 9-11:30a, 12:30-4:45p, 10-2 Sa. 724 F St. (208) 436-3446

Rotary: Noon Wednesdays. Elks, 85 S 200 W School Board: 7p 3rd Mon. Senior Center: Noon Lunch M-F. $5 702 11th St. (208) 436-9107 Social Services: (208) 733-9351 Twin Falls

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7th 10a Watercolor Class, Wilson Theater, 610 Fremont. $30 21st 7:30p Heath Harmison Comedy, Wilson Theater, 610 Fremont.

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AVAILABLE: 2nd Time Around Antique Mall, 102 S Rail Buzzuto’s Furniture, 213 S Rail St W Senior Center, 218 N Rail St W Shoshone Snack Bar, 415 S Greenwood Tumbleweed Collective, 135 S Rail St

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SHOSHONE ORGANIZATIONS CALENDAR

American Legion: 107W A st. (208) 316-3012

Chamber of Commerce: 10-5 M-Su. 102 Rail St E. (208) 886-9811

City Hall: 207 S Rail St W. (208) 886-2030

City Council: 7p 1st & 3rd Tues Payson Reese, Dale Sluder Mike Wallace, Jodi Waite

Mayor: Dan Pierson

P&Z: 6p 4th Tues

Community Center: 8:30-5p M-F. 201 S Beverly St. (208) 886-2406

DMV: 9-5 M-F (closed 30m for lunch) 111 W B St #A. (208) 886-9901

Farmers Markets: 3-7p Fridays, June 3-Sep 30 Courthouse Lawn Fire: 110 W A St. (208) 886-2036

Food Pantry: 3-6p Tu-Fri. 112 S Apple St. Library: 12-5p M F, 2-7 Tu, 12-7 W, 10-4 Th 211 S Rail St W. (208) 886-2843

Story Time: 10:30a Thurs (preschool) Market: 9-1p. Sat. 30+ Vendors. 135 S Rail. Museum: 3-7 Fri, 11-5 Sat. 112 W B St. (208) 886-7787

Police: 207 S Rail St W. (208) 886-2036

Post Office: 8:30-12:30, 1:30-5p M-F 211 W A St. (208) 886-2062

School Board: 7p 2nd Tues, HS Art Room #278 Senior Center: Noon Lunch Tu, W, Fri. $5 218 N Rail St W. (208) 886-2369

Pinochle: 1p Tu W F

Quilting Group: 10-2p M Social Services: (208) 733-9351 Twin Falls

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Growing up in Hagerman Valley (con’t from p7)

My older brother pulled a twine rope behind him tied to our old red wooden sled which had peeling paint and metal sliders. They headed toward the Tullies. A couple of my brother’s close friends, one being a neighbor from across our upper pasture, decided to have some ambitious adventure and a rambonous ride. One of the boys shouted, “GET ON YOUR MARK, GET SET, GO!”! The two raced right past my brother, spun around, challenging each other to a duel as to who could land front first, simultaneously on the wobbly wiggly sled.

Five minutes before, my sister and I had arrived, laced up our white leather ice skates and had enjoyed some delightful freedom on the south-side of the ice. After a few moments of skating in circles and figure eights our serene quiet quickly subsided. We heard a definite breakage!

CRACK, CRUNCH and then SPLASH echoed clearly from across the north-cattail area! The Tullies stood at attention as we heard voices ring out, ‘GET OFF THE ICE’!!! Our world of free skating on the safe ponds, as we knew it, was about to come to a screeching halt!

One of the boys jumped off just in the nick of time! The other student went down with the ship!! The adult former marine supervisor jumped into action! He motioned everyone nearby to back off as he quickly reached for a limb, which had already been cut to length for the hotdogs and marshmallows. George was still frigid and cold up to his neck! Thankfully, Warren Berry’s quick thinking got him out in record time!

News spread rapidly about the ice pond incident. No newspapers needed in Hagerman for the word to get out in a few hours that the ice was no longer safe to skate. I’m sure there were those that snuck out there after dark, but my sister and I were not allowed to go anymore.

Fortunately, we had some smaller shallow ice ponds on our farm! We enjoyed the challenge of skating around the natural bubbled imperfections. In those days ice skates didn’t have ankle support that they do now, but that did not stop us from the thrill of the adventure!

My little brother, Robert and I had very good friends, the Tupper kids. David and Becky’s mom, Faye and our mom, Florence Mary were best friends, so we got to have many play days at our place or theirs. They often skated with us in the winter, in addition to other seasonal kid activities.

January, February and March were exciting months on our farm as large groups of sheep were about to have their baby lambs. In our early years, my sister and I had… (con’t in February issue)

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American Legion Post 7: 6p 2nd Tues. PO Box 863. (208) 733-7527

Blood Donation: 7a-8p M-F, 7a-2p S/S. Gcama Plasma Center, 771 N College Rd. (208) 733-5027

Chamber of Commerce: 8-5 M-F. 2015 Nielsen Point Pl. (208) 733-3974

City Hall: 203 Main Ave E. (208) 635-7287

City Council: 5p Mondays (no holidays). 6p Public Hearings.

Nikki Boyd, Craig Hawkins, Jason Brown, Spencer Cutler, Alex Caval Mayor: Ruth Pierce, Mayor Christopher Reid, Vice-Mayor P&Z: 6p 2nd & 4th Tues. Dec 13.

Democrat Central Commmittee: 7p 3rd Mon. County Human Resources, 630 Addison Ave W. DMV: 8-5 M-F. 630 Addison Ave. (208) 735-4850

Farmers Markets: 9-2 Sat. Magic Valley Mall. May 7-Oct 29 9-1 Sat. Downtown Main Street. June-Aug Fire: 911. 345 Second Ave E. (208) 735-7231

Fit over 60: 315 Falls Ave. (208) 732-6479. Call to register.

Food Pantries:

Center of Prayer Food Bank: 11:30-1p MWF. 259 Main Ave E. (208) 735-2249

Community Council of Idaho Distribution: 1139 Falls Ave E. (208) 734-3336

Light of Hope Food Bank: 2-7:30p Thurs. 213 5th Ave W. (208) 735-8787

Mercy Gift Food Bank: 11:30-1p MWF, 24 hours Th. 835 Blue Lakes S. (208) 735-2249

Mustard Seed Food Bank: 10-5 Tu-F. 702 Main Ave N. (208) 733-9515

Salvation Army Meal Service: 10:30-1 MW, 10:30-1, 2-4 TuTh. 348 4th Ave N. (208) 733-8720

South Central Community Action: 8-5 M-F. 550 Washington St S. (208) 733-9351

St Edward Soup Kitchen: 5:30-6:30p MWF. 212 7th Ave E. (208) 733-3907

TF Senior Center: 8-4 M-F. 530 W Shoshone. (208) 734-5084

Kiwanis: Noon 3rd Thurs. Turf Club, 734 Falls Ave

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Library: 10-9 M-Th, 10-6 F Sa. 201 4th Ave E. (208) 733-2964

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Board Mtg: 4:30p 2nd Wed.

Adulting 101 for Teens: Basic Sewing & Clothing Repair: 6-7p Jan 5th Adulting 101 for Teens: Cooking Basic Breakfast & Lunches: 6-7p Jan 24th Baby Lapsit Storytime: 11-11:15a Tuesdays

Cabin Fever Day: 1-3p Jan 14th Classic Movie Night: 6-8p Mondays

Crafter Day: Beachscape Candle Holders: 10a-12p Jan 21st Dungeons & Dragons: 5:30-7:30p. Jan 12th & 26th

Elementary Art Studio: 4-6p Tuesdays

Game Night @ The Library: 6-8p Jan 18th

Genealogy Workshop: Digitization & Preservation: 6:30-7:30p Jan 11th Knitting & Crochet Basic: 5-6p Jan 30th Lunar New Year Celebration: 10a-2p Jan 21st Lunar New Year Scavenger Hunt: 10a-9p Jan 23-28th

Matinee Movie: 3-5p Saturdays

Preschool Storytime: 10:30-11a Fridays

Puppet Show: 4:30-5p Jan 27th

Ready Set Kindergarten Kickoff: 10-Noon Jan 4th, 10:30-11 Jan 11th; 11-11:30a Jan 18th

Snowshoeing 101 w/ City of Rocks Park Rangers! 10:30-12p Jan 28th

Teen Poetry Out Loud Practice Session: 4:30-5:30p Jan 11th

Toddler Time: 10:30-11 Mondays, Thursdays

Yarn Club: 6-7p Jan 30th Museum: 12-5 Tu-Sa. 21337 Hwy 30, Filer. (208) 736-4675

Optimist Club: Noon Thurs. 9 Beans & Burrito, 764 Cheney Dr. Planetarium: 9:30-9p Tu F, 9:30-4:30 W Th, 1-9 Sa. CSI. (208) 732-6659. http://herrett.csi.edu Police: 9-3 M-F. 321 2nd Ave E. (208) 735-4357

Post Offices: Pioneer Station: 8-5:30 M-F, 10-1 Sat. 1376 Fillmore St. (208) 734-1452

Twin Falls: 8:30-1, 2-5 M-F. 253 2nd Ave W. (208) 536-7067

Republican Committee: 7p 2nd Wed. At P&X in County West Building (old hospital) Republican Women (Southern Idaho): 5:30-7:30p. 4th Mon. Turf Club, 734 Falls Ave. Rotary: Noon Wed. Turf Club, 734 Falls Ave. School Board: St Edward’s Catholic School Board: 5:30p 2nd Tues at School.

Twin Falls School District #411: 7p 2nd Mon & 4th Wed except May, June, Aug, Nov & Dec. Canyon Ridge High School, Rm #301, 300 North College Road. (208) 733-6900

Senior Center: 8-4 M-F. 505 Shoshone St W. (208) 734-5084 Social Services: (208) 733-9351 Twin Falls Visitor Center: 8a-5p Daily. 2015 Nielsen Point Pl. (208) 733-3974 VFW 2136: 7p 3rd Tues. 650 Addison Ave W, #203. (208) 421-2282

TWIN FALLS JANUARY EVENT CALENDAR

ALL 6-9p Wed & Sat. Live Music at the Brickhouse, 516 Hansen St S. (208) 736-6264

7th 7:30a Canyon Rim Trail Park Run. CRT East/West Perrine. 5:30 CSI Bull Bash. Bull riding starts at 7. $10 adults, $5 kids (6-12) 7p Carson Hasher, 2nd Street Market. 210 2nd Ave S. (208) 261-2561

13th 7p Bryon Hildreth, 2nd St Market. 210 2nd Ave S. (208) 261-2561

14th 7:30a Canyon Rim Trail Park Run. CRT East/West Perrine. 20th 7:30p Brava Piano Duo, CSI Fine Arts Center. $10, $8 Srs, $6 students. (208) 732-6769

21st 7:30a Canyon Rim Trail Park Run. CRT East/West Perrine. 26th 7:30p Cheng2Duo, CSI Fine Arts Center. $18, $10 students HS or under 27th 8p Comedy Night w/Luke Severeid, Big Papas Grill, 213 5th Ave S. (208) 736-6264

28th 7:30a Canyon Rim Trail Park Run. CRT East/West Perrine. 5:30p Cowboy/Cowgirl Boxing Smoker. $12 and up for reserved seating.

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Twin Falls Calendars Continued Twin Falls Calendars Continued Deadline Dec 22 for Jan Issue

FREE NEWSLETTERS AVAILABLE:

Arctic Circle, 219 S Idaho St

Miller Bros Collision Repair, 710 N Idaho

Ruby Mountain Motors, 295 S Idaho St Senior Center, 380 1st Ave E

Silver Key Insurance, 287 W Main US Bank, 15 S Idaho St

Wendell Tire, 190 W Ave B Wendell Thrift Store 380 1St Ave E West Point Watering Hole, 3287 S 1550 S

WENDELL RESOURCES & ORGANIZATIONS CALENDAR

American Legion: 7p 2nd Wed. 604 W Main. (208) 536-6358

Chamber of Commerce: 9-3 M-F. 115 N Pine St. (919) 365-6318

Churches:

Berean Baptist Church: 10a Sun Bible Study, 11a Sun Worship. (208) 539-5769 ADp21 Meeting in Methodist Church, 129 N Main.

Church Jesus Christ LDS: 9a Sun Worship. 9a-9p Daily.not Mon. 605 N Idaho St.(208) 536-2137

Living Waters: 9:15 Sun SS, 10:30a Sun Worship. (208) 539-1456

United Methodist: 10:15a Worship, 3rd & 4th Sundays. 175 E Main. (208) 539-1515

City Hall: 8-5 M-F. 375 1st Ave E. (208) 536-5161

City Council: 7p 1st & 3rd Thurs

BJ Marshall, John Gnesa, Juan Gonzales, Shaun Spencer

Mayor: Rebecca Vipperman

Fire: 196 E Ave A. (208) 536-5431

Food Pantries: Food Distribution. Wendell Food Pantry, 335 1st Ave E.

Food Distribution. St Anthony Catholic Church, 585 2nd Ave E. (208) 404-4098 Library: 10-5p M-F. 395 1st Ave E. (208) 536-6195

Board Mtg: 6p 2nd Mon Story Time: 10:45a Thurs

Police: 911. 9 S Pine St. (919) 365-4444

Post Office: 9-1, 1:30-4:45 M-F. 32 N Shoshone St. (208) 536-2171

School Board: 7p 3rd Tues. (DEC 13th). 150 E Main St. (208) 536-2418 Senior Center: 9a-4p M W, 9a-9p Tu Th F, 10-2 Sat. 380 1st Ave E. (208) 536-9951 Lunch: Noon M F. $5

Thrift Shop: 9-4 M F, 10-4 W, 10-2 Sat. Social Services: (208) 733-9351 Twin Falls

VFW: 7p, 1st Wed. 640 W Main. (208) 539-2800

WENDELL JANUARY EVENT CALENDAR

12th 6p Trivia Night with Snowboard prize! West Point Watering Hole p14

26th 6p Trivia Night with Snowboard prize! West Point Watering Hole p14

27th 12-4p Aaron Golay Music, West Point Watering Hole p14

28th 6-11p Ryler Hanosky Music, West Point Watering Hole p14

29th 12-4p Ryler Acoustics, West Point Watering Hole p14

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Wendell Calendar Wendell Calendar Wendell Wendell Deadline Dec 22 for Jan Issue

Governor Brad Little, 208-334-2100

Lt. Gov Scott Bedke, 208-334-2200

Sec of State Phil McGrane, 208-334-2300

Controller Brandon Woolf, 208-334-3100

Treasurer Julie Ellsworth, 208-334-3200

Atty General Raul Labrador, 208-334-2400

Sup. Pub. Inst Debbie Critchfield, 208-332-6800

US Senator: Michael Crapo, 208-734-2515

US Senator: James Risch, 208-734-6780

US House: Russ Fulcher, 208-891-6164

US House: Michael Simpson, 208-734-7219

LOCAL LEGISLATORS, 208-332-1000

SENATE

District 24: Glenneda Zuiderveld, 208-280-0716

District 25: Linda Hartgen, 208-332-1318

District 26: Ron Taylor, 208-831-1726

District 27: Kelly Anthon, 208-654-4099

HOUSE

District 24 A: Chenele Dixon, 208-281-5664

District 24 B: Steve Miller, 208-332-1061

District 25 A: Lance Clow, 8208-733-5767

District 25 B: Greg Lanting, 208-490-3511

District 26 A: Ned Burns, 208-332-1174

District 26 B: Jack Nelson, 208-320-1921

District 27 A: Douglas Pickett, 208-862-3387

District 27 B: Clay Handy, 208-332-1074

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

Camas County - District 24

501 Soldier Rd, PO Box 430, Fairfield, 83327 208-764-2242.

Meet: 2nd, 3rd, 4th Monday 9 am Galen Colter, Marshall Ralph, Travis Kramer

Cassia County - District 27 1459 Overland Ave, Burley, 83318 208-878-7302, Hours: M-F 8:30-5:00p

Meet: Monday 9-12 except legal holidays

Leonard Beck, Bob Kunau, Kent Searle

Gooding County - District 24 624 Main St, Gooding, 83330, 208-934-5019

Meet: Mondays 10a except holidays Mark Bolduc, Susan Bolton, Ronald Buhler

Jerome County - District 26 300 N. Lincoln, Jerome, 83338, 208-644-2714

Meet: Mon 9 am except holiday, Tues 9a Charles Howell, John Crozier, Ben Crouch

Lincoln County - District 26 Lincoln County Courthouse, 111 W B Ste c Shoshone, 83352, 208-886-7641

First 4 Mon at 10a, unless holiday, Tues. 10a Joann Rutler, Rebecca Wood, Roy HubertCell Minidoka County - District 27 715 Street, Rupert, 83350, 208-436-7180

Every Monday (excl holidays and Monday between Christmas and New Years) Wayne Schenk, Jared Orton, Kent McClellan

Twin Falls County - Rural 24, City District 25 630 Addison Ave W 2nd Fl, Twin Falls, 83301 208-736-4068. Meet: M-F 8-5 p Brent Reinke, Don Hall, Jack Johnson

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(208) 316-0135 careyreitsma@gmail.com TWO RECITALS WINTER & SPRING CSI ASSOCIATES DEGREE TEACHING FOR 10 YEARS 4 HALF-HOUR LESSONS EACH MONTH HOURLY LESSONS AVAILABLE Carey Piano Lessons W WW WE EE EN NN ND DD DE EE EL LL LL LL L
County Representatives
BEREAN BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY MORNINGS WENDELL 10a: Bible Study for all 11a: Worship Proclaiming 'the gospel of Christ' which 'is the power of God unto salvation to everyone that believes'." Romans 1:16 Paul Kroeger, Pastor (208) 539-5769 pastorpaul@bereanbaptistwendell.org We are meeting at the Methodist church down stairs. Please enter at the South East Corner Door. Thanks.

ADVERTISER DIRECTORY

2nd Time Around Antiques, (208) 8886-7787, p19

Antique Ezel, Buhl, 602-549-1194. p11

Arctic Circle, Buhl, 208-543-5321, p16

Arctic Circle, Burley, 208-544-8547, p16

Arctic Circle, Jerome, 208-644-1575, p16

Arctic Circle, Kimberly, 208-423-5366, p16

Arctic Circle, Pole Line Rd, TF, 208-595-1531, p16

Arctic Circle, Blue Lakes Bl, TF, 208-733-3476, p16

Arctic Circle, Wendell, 208-536-4667, p16

Bean’s Twisted Scissor’s, 208-837-6603, p12

Berean Baptist Church, Wendell, 208-539-5769, p27

Billingsley Creek Lodging, 208-837-4822, p8

Bookhaven, Buhl, 208-731-6173, p11

Budman’s Tree Service, 208-316-2521, p26

Buhl Mayor, 208-543-5650, p5

Business Member Sponsors, p2

Collective Studio, Buhl, 208-420-6495, p11

Carey’s Piano Lessons, 208-316-0135, p27

Community Business Center, 208-536-0094, p8

CSI - Twin Falls, 208-733-9554, p17

Cuper Mendez Roofing, 208-280-6573, p24

* Douville Cindy, Silvercreek Realty, 208-539-1888, p9

Edward Jones, Christian Tarter, (208) 539-3710 p7

First Federal Mortgage, Micki Rice, 208-933-3474, p22

Fred Dodge Certified HVAC, 208-358-6489, p20

Hagerman Pharmacy, 208-944-2067, p20

Hagerman Valley Baptist, 208-423-1114, p14

Hagerman Valley Foundation, 208-536-0094, p13

Hagerman Valley Senior Center, 208-837-6120, p17

* Heritage Home Health/Hospice, 208-410-4040, p13

Idaho Central Credit Union, 208-733-4777, p21 Hosman, Chris, Silvercreek Realty, 208-404-6411, p3 Kathy’s Alterations, 208-837-6267, p25

Les Schwab Tire Store, 208-543-4082, p5 LuLaRue Clothing, 719-661-2354, p13 M&M Electric, 208-734-6602, p16

Magic Valley Business Association, 208-536-0094, p19 Magic Valley Republican Women, 208-590-3036, p5

* Mom’s Recipes & More, 208-733-9248, p19 Parke’s Funeral Home, 208-735-0011, p12 Parlor Antiques, Buhl, 208-543-9073, p11

Professional Promotions, 208-536-3220, p6 River Ranch Retreat, 208-917-1477, p10 Ross, Bonny, Silvercreek Realty, 208-539-0795, p3 Silver Key Insurance, 208-536-6222, p26

Snake River Acupuncture, 208-308-0554, p14 St Catherine’s Catholic Station, 208-543-5136, p14 TaskMasters, Roy Gwin, 208-409-6072, p19

The Farm Girl, Buhl, 208-543-4445, p11

The Magic Tea House, 208-316-6488, p10

Twin Falls Dermatology, (208) 948-1754 p23 University of Idaho Extension, 208-934-4417, p13 Valley Carpet Care, 208-536-5777, p10

Vegetation Management Svcs, (208) 934-7686 p13 Wendell Tire, 208-536-6465, p16 West Point Watering Hole, 208-536-4635, p14

* Western Septic & Excavation, 208-735-5346, p9

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