160 Main: The First of Its Kind in More Ways Than One

In the heart of downtown Twin Falls, on the corner of Main Avenue and Hansen Street, is an empty Idaho Youth Ranch thrift store. The store hours on the front door are still bright white, but the inside is dark and dusty.   After sitting in its desolate state for...

Everybody Eats: Addressing Food Insecurity in the Twin Falls Community

Do you know someone who’s hungry?   We’re not talking about a person’s drive. We’re talking about the pain that gnaws at the edge of their stomach for days or weeks without the proper access or financial resources to alleviate that pain.   According to a 2018...

Seastrom Manufacturing: Decades of the American Dream

When Wensil Seastrom struggled to find small appliance parts as a California-based repairman in the 1920s, he quickly realized there was a gap in the manufacturing market that he knew how to fill.    In 1928, Wensil began hand-stamping washers and developing electric...

Koto Brewing: Local to the Core  

In life, we are often told not to press our luck. Afterall, if you’re on top, why risk tumbling to the bottom? But then there are people like Shane Cook, owner of Koto Brewing in Twin Falls, Idaho, who aren’t content with playing it safe. In fact, Shane doubled down...

Twin Falls Workforce Development: More Than a Job Posting

Characterized by strong demographics and exponential growth, Twin Falls is an attractive spot on the map for businesses large and small looking to expand or relocate. The market is known to attract top retail brands and innovative industry giants including Clif Bar,...