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Items may be renewed, but you must let us know THREE DAYS before the item is due.The service is free, but a $5 fee is charged for items that are ordered but not picked up. The Twin Falls Public Library owns the physical microfilm of the local Twin Falls newspapers dating back to 1904.
We ask that you send us a WRITTEN request, including all possible information about the item you are looking for (names and/or dates) and your email or mailing address.Printing costs per page are $0.15 for black and white and $0.25 for color.If you want an item that is not owned by the Library, then it might be possible to borrow it from a different library.Additionally, all of the Twin Falls newspapers are available in digital format online. There is NO CHARGE for you to use our online newspaper database.If you prefer, you may request that we find copies of obituaries or newspaper articles for you.The script for these announcements is posted at under “SE Idaho Single Adults” at the bottom of the home page.
Please tell your friends about us, The Southeast Idaho Hotline for LDS Singles - 782-2001.
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Here are the upcoming dances: Friday night March 17th the Rigby Single Adults are hosting a dance at at the Rigby East Stake Center at 641 East 1st South, near the cemetery on Highway 48.
This is Carl Watkins on the Southeast Idaho Hotline for L. Every Wednesday night except for holidays, a Rigby Singles “Institute Class” is held at in the Rigby South Stake Center Relief Society Room at 106 North 3800 East, 2 miles south of Rigby High School.
Listen any time to “Sounds of Sunday (24/7)” on your computer, smart phone, or tablet using the Tune In Radio APP. The script for these announcements is posted at , scrolling down to the bottom of the page under “SE Idaho Single Adults.” Every Monday night except for holidays “Family Home Evening” is held at in Rigby at Linda’s house at 223 North 4000 East. Every Wednesday night except for holidays, a “Book of Mormon” class is held at in Idaho Falls at the EITC Institute Building at 1335 Ashment Drive near 17th Street one block west of Hitt Road.
One of the falls of Twin Falls in the nearby gorge is harnessed for hydroelectric power.