Twin Falls

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South Idaho Press
... It was owned by Lee Enterprises and was a part of the Twin Falls Group along with the Times-News (Twin Falls, Idaho) and Elko Daily Free Press (Elko, Nevada) ... circulation staff remaining as a bureau of the Twin Falls-based Times-News ...
Everett Sweeley - University of Michigan - Later Years
... After retiring from coaching, Sweeley moved to Twin Falls, Idaho where he worked as a lawyer ... registration card signed in April 1942, Sweeley listed his residence as Twin Falls, his employer as the County of Twin Falls, and his place of employment as the County Courthouse ... At the time, Sweeley was a practicing attorney living in Twin Falls, and was recalled as "a great punter back at the turn of the century." He served as ...
Lyda Southard - Biography
... The Trueblood family moved to Twin Falls, Idaho, in 1906 ... The couple settled with his brother Ed Dooley on a ranch in Twin Falls and had a daughter, Lorraine, in 1914 ... Twin Falls chemist Earl Dooley, a relative of Lyda's first husband, began to study the deaths surrounding her ...
Twin Falls - Other
... USNS Twin Falls (T-AGM-11), a missile range instrumentation ship. ...
List Of Crossings Of The Snake River - Crossings - Idaho
115.16972°W / 42.95278 -115.16972 Bliss Dam service road Twin Falls County - Gooding County 42°54′49″N 115°04′14″W / 42.91361°N 115.07056°W / 42.91361 -115.07056. 42.75694°N 114.87361°W / 42.75694 -114.87361 Bridge Clear Lakes Lane Twin Falls County - Gooding County 42°40′15″N 114°45′35″W / 42.67 ... Route 93 Twin Falls 42°36′01″N 114°27′14″W / 42.60028°N 114.45389°W / 42.60028 -114.45389 Bridge State Highway 50 Twin Falls 42°34′00″N 114°18′03 ...

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