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$5,000 Reward In Case Of Jerome ID Woman Missing 2 Yrs

A Jerome, Idaho woman has been missing for more than two years, and her story has been shared by several state websites in recent weeks. Have you seen Liliam Gomez?. The last date of contact family had with Liliam Gomez, a missing Jerome resident, was March 6, 2020, according to a June 26 post shared by her sister Yuliana on the Idaho Missing Persons Alert Facebook page. Liliam hasn't been heard from in more than 27 months, and her family is desperately seeking answers.
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North Idaho Now podcast Episode 145: Headlines from 6/29 thru 7/1

Broken Wheel Restaurant, Mad Bomber Brewing Company , Bank CDA, North Idaho State Fair, The Route of the Hiawatha & Lookout Pass, Best Blinds and Awnings. In this episode of the North Idaho Now Podcast, Chanse Watson will take you through the latest news coming out of the Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls Press, the Bonner County Daily Bee, the Shoshone News-Press, and the Bonners Ferry Herald from June 29 to July 1.
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8 Ways to Spend Fourth of July Weekend Around Twin Falls

It is finally here. The best weekend of the summer and one of the best holidays of the year, the Fourth of July. Time to take a few days off work, show your American pride, drink some beer, eat some food, and enjoy some time as a family. Many families have traditions for the Fourth and stick to them every year. Going to the lake, going to a certain parade, watching a certain firework show, or hanging out with the family. There is much to do and many ways to enjoy the holiday. Here are some of the many things taking place this weekend around the Magic Valley this Fourth of July weekend.

Lincoln County Pool construction faces new obstacle

The College of Southern Idaho and the City of Jerome are partnering on a new 20,000-square-foot educational facility. Camp Rainbow Gold gives children with cancer and their families a summer camp experience. Updated: Jun. 29, 2022 at 5:41 AM MDT. Camp Rainbow Gold gives children with cancer and their families...

Salute to Idaho Agriculture: Lavender Goddess Farm

BUHL, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — One summer, Jennifer Schoth’s son was making a killing mowing lawns, and someone in the house was not all too happy: her daughter. “She was, well, maybe a little bit jealous and wanted to make money as well,” said Jennifer Schoth with Lavender Goddess Farm. “She was only 10, so she couldn’t really get a job doing anything else, so we had a big lavender plant at home, and I said, ‘well, let’s try and do something with this.’”

Cute Church in Southern Idaho Converted Into Heavenly Home With 14 Rooms

There are interesting real estate options all around the Magic Valley with hidden potential to become something different than originally intended. One building currently listed for sale in the Magic Valley has been transformed from a house of worship to a home with heavenly potential. There’s a lot of work that needs to be done to make this into something usable again, but it’s possible and the price is really good.

Jerome ID Teen Reported Missing

Magic Valley residents are being asked to help keep an eye out for a missing 17-year-old local boy. The Jerome County Sheriff's Office is asking the community for help in locating Jonah Paul Rasch. Rasch's profile was recently added to a statewide database for missing juveniles. He was last contacted June 20, according to the Idaho Missing Persons Clearinghouse.

New College of Southern Idaho Building Planned for Jerome

JEROME, Idaho (KLIX)-The community of Jerome will have a brand new College of Southern Idaho branch after the city donated more than an acre of land. The College of Southern Idaho (CSI) announced it will build in partnership with the City of Jerome and Jerome Urban Renewal Agency a 20,000 square-foot building to offer education programs to support the area's industry needs. The city and URA donated a 1.5 acres of land on 3rd and Lincoln for the new building. “We are excited to have the opportunity to expand the college’s presence in Jerome,” said CSI President Dean Fisher in a statement. “The donation of the land by the City of Jerome and the Jerome Urban Renewal Agency will allow CSI to construct a new facility that will specifically address educational, and workforce needs in Jerome County. I want to thank Jerome Mayor David Davis and Jerome City Administrator Mike Williams for their leadership in this process.” CSI said it will begin the public bidding process for an architect and contractors.