Twin Falls Blog

SUBOVERLAND: Made for Adventure 

Somewhere between a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Van and a tent-topped overland Jeep lies a vehicle conversion company that’s a little different. Meet SUBOVERLAND.   “Our builds bring together the aesthetics of a camper van, the body of an overland vehicle, and...

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Winnie Christensen: Igniting Twin Falls  

  Winnie Mwende Christensen is a storyteller. Her words, laugh and intonation ebb and flow in waves, leaving her audience in a captivated trance.   “I’m a storyteller because I’m not afraid to tell people about my journey, my history and my passion,” she said.  ...

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Addison Avenue: A History Worth Repeating 

Decades before tweens began twisting and twerking on TikTok, America had another addiction: the open road.   The Rise of the Motor Hotel  After World War II, the country rode a wave of optimism as families piled into wood-paneled Chryslers, white-wheeled Lincolns and...

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HMI: Environmentally Uncompromised 

Maybe you’re considering a move to Twin Falls, Idaho, because of its established transportation infrastructure and access to national and international markets. Or perhaps you’re drawn to a welcoming community surrounded by kayaking, backpacking, hiking...

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Mason’s Trophies: A Blue Ribbon Business

The impact of the small business community in Twin Falls is vast, yet almost imperceptible at times. Mom-and-pop shops buzz behind the scenes of every business meeting, every annual event, and every local adventure, keeping the small-town culture afloat.   Take Red...

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Painted Bloom Farm

Andrea Baird’s life changed in October 2018 when her husband was in a tragic accident on their farm, leaving her a widow at age 49. Since then, she’s continued to seek wholeness and healing through her garden that has now become a community destination.   Painted...

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Idaho’s Dairy Industry, Powered by the Magic Valley

If you think golden-brown potatoes are still Idaho’s number one commodity, think again. Although spuds are still an option for decorative license plates, they’ve taken a backseat to a product that has exceeded the annual revenue of spud sales since 1997: dairy.   ...

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