Girls on the Run of Southern Idaho is running their Spring session March 9 - May 19 at four Twin Falls schools. Rock Creek will be in its third season, Sawtooth and I. B. Perrine will be in its second season and O'Leary Middle School will be in its first season.
Women in Idaho have made great strides in the fight for equality- including women's suffrage (the right for women to vote) and inroads in equal opportunity in the workplace and education. Today, gender bias continues to create huge barriers for many, especially poor women, women of color, and immigrant women.
Every year more and more people are making the decision to go vegan, and for good reason! There are so many amazing ways that veganism can improve our lives – fantastic health benefits, less stress on our environment, more efficient ways to use our resources, and many more!
The holidays are in full swing, and for many of us, lots of holiday events center around food and family. If your family traditions involve gathering in the kitchen around warm, yummy comfort food, Idaho Power has some delicious tips to help you save energy while you celebrate.
The Magic Valley Arts Council and Full Moon Gallery of Fine Art and Contemporary Craft present The Art of the Gift: Authors & Artisans on the Rim, Saturday, December 7 from 10 am to 3 pm at the Twin Falls Center for the Arts, 195 River Vista Place.
Toys for Tots campaign is underway in Twin Falls. With about 30,000 toys donated last year they are hoping to surpass that number. If you'd like to donate please refer to the link below to find your local campaign.
The 4th Annual Walk for Wishes Twin Falls will be held on Saturday, October 5, 2018 at the Twin Falls Visitor’s Center at 2015 Nielsen Point Pl.
Powered by wish kids and families, volunteers, donors, corporate sponsors, and friends, Walk For Wishes is a fundraiser that celebrates the thousands of wishes that have already been granted, while raising funds for future wishes.
The Mini-Cassia Veteran Service Office is planning several events for the next couple of weeks in September. They are structured around suicide prevention because September is Suicide Prevention Month and veterans have a much higher rate of suicide percentage-wise than the general public
Now that the kids are back in school, there are a lot of questions about the educational presentations Idaho Power provides. You’d be surprised at how many people remember learning about electrical safety from Ouch the Outlet or Louie the Lightning Bug!
Sioni is active in the fight against human rights violations which include human trafficking. She is also an advocate for women who have been sexually assaulted and victims of domestic violence. She is a dedicated team member of A Time to Heal beyond Survival International Ministry Sioni has been a frequent guest speaker for Conferences and has spoken extensively about human rights in churches both around the World and in the United Sated Her powerful testimonies have encouraged people, who have suffered and survived this horrific experience, to forgive so that they can find healing in the Lord.