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Fire Destroys Sheds South of Burley

BURLEY, Idaho (KLIX)-Fire crews were able to keep a shed fire from spreading early Monday morning south of Burley. According to Deputy Chief Casey Harman with the Burley Fire Department, crews were called out a little after midnight for two sheds that had caught fire at 346 South and 150 East, several minutes southeast of Burley. Declo Fire Department was called in to assist with one fire truck and a water tanker. An ambulance and two Cassia County Deputies also responded to the scene. It took about two hours before fire crews were able to leave the scene. A vehicle parked next to one of the sheds and part of a corral fence was damaged. The sheds and their contents are a total loss. The cause is under investigation.
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Weather changes coming this weekend

Between weather systems bring a slim chance of showers into the valley, and more mountain slush for today and tomorrow, we'll have times of sun and clouds. Our winds will be coming in "hot", but we won't feel the real warmth until Sunday and Monday. Wind advisory for the central and upper valley with gust to beyond 40 into tonight and tomorrow. Best time to work in the yard, not withstanding any showers, will be mornings and Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday as temperatures and conditions ramp up to the mid-to-upper 70's and sunny all the way!
JACKSON, ID
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CSI pounds 11 hits in rout of Salt Lake

The College of Southern Idaho baseball team struck early, including a 3-run HR by Morgan Albrecht, and the Golden Eagles rolled past the College of Southern Nevada. Kimberly boys and girls, plus Declo's girls and Valley's boys all won district team championships this week. Ella Zacarias wins 2A district title.
KIMBERLY, ID
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Governor Little awards grants to 3 Magic Valley cities

BOISE, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — Idaho governor Brad Little has announced grant money to three cities in the Magic Valley to support community development. Little handed out 18 grants in total to various cities around Idaho. In our area, the cities of Hagerman, Shoshone, and Oakley will all receive grants, as well as the city of Glenns Ferry.
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Mom and two children escape from Burley house fire

BURLEY — A mother and two young children escaped from a house fire Tuesday before the fire department arrived. According to a Burley Fire Department Facebook post, firefighters were sent to 705 Oriental Ave. at 6:35 a.m. and found the front of a mobile home fully engulfed in flames. There were no injuries. The blaze...
BURLEY, ID
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CSI gets upset of CSN at Region 18 Tournament

Tim Stadelmeir’s crew knows how to win; after all, Twin Falls (16-10) won its seventh straight district baseball championship dating back to 2015. CSI softball uses big fourth inning to get win in first Region 18 tournament game. Updated: 20 hours ago. Hosting the conference tournament for the first...
TWIN FALLS, ID
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Twin Falls beats Minico for district championship

CSI used timely hitting to upset the College of Southern Nevada on the second day of the Region 18 Tournament. CSI softball uses big fourth inning to get win in first Region 18 tournament game. Updated: 21 hours ago. Hosting the conference tournament for the first time since 2018, the...
TWIN FALLS, ID
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Idaho CAFE project gets boost from Chobani

Fundraising for a large research dairy farm planned in the Magic Valley got a boost Wednesday. The Idaho CAFE project, or the Idaho Center for Agriculture, Food and the Environment, has been in the works for more than a decade. It’s led by the University of Idaho and includes a...
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Magic Valley Firefighter and Chief Has Passed Away

PAUL, Idaho (KLIX)-A longtime firefighter in the Magic Valley and former chief died during the weekend following a battle with cancer. According to the Idaho Fire Chiefs Association, the former fire chief of the West End Fire Protection District, Randy Sutton, died of a cancerous brain tumor on Saturday, May 7. Sutton was diagnosed in 2019. According to the association, he served as a firefighter for more than 35 years. He was on the Idah Fire Chief's Association Board of Directors for several years. He also helped coordinate the Southern Idaho Fire Academy. A viewing for Sutton will be held on May 12, at Hansen's Mortuary in Rupert. A funeral service is scheduled for 11 a.m. at the Grace Church in Rupert, 100 North Meridian. There will not be a graveside service but, a procession will go from the funeral home to the West End Fire Station for lunch.
RUPERT, ID
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Declo teens hope to inspire others with their story of perseverance. Declo teens hope to inspire others with their story of perseverance. Salute to Idaho Agriculture: Prescott Land and Livestock. Updated: May. 13, 2022 at 10:27 AM MDT. Salute to Idaho Agriculture: Prescott Land and Livestock. Idaho Drought. Updated: May....
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