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Times-News (Newspaper) - May 20, 2009, Twin Falls, Idaho 67/42 on canyon rim 9- per di 1 breezy 4? i Business 4 | IN ANY SEASON Geothermal water heats helps produce throughout the FOOD 1 75 cents RAILROAD CARS DERAIL NEAR MINIDOKA LAURIE Eastern Idaho Railroad crews work Tuesday afternoon to clean up twisted railroad cars after a 10-car train derailment that occurred Monday near 600 East and 600 North in Minidoka Cars went off rails Monday northeast of Rupert Obama touts plan for more efficient cars By Steven R. Hurst Associated Press writer WASHINGTON - President Obama is asking consumers to put their money - up to per new vehicle by 2016 - behind his plan for higher efficiency standards for cars and trucks and tougher rules on their greenhouse gas In Obama said Tuesday in unveiling the drivers would make up the higher cost of more vehicles by buying less gas at the It would take just three years to pay off the investment and over the life of a save about through better gas the president While requiring that vehicle carbon dioxide emissions be reduced by about one-third by the target the plan also calls for the auto industry to build vehicles that average 35.5 miles per Government regulations have never before See Main 2 By Laurie Welch writer MINIDOKA - Railroad crews worked Tuesday to clean up nearly a dozen twisted railroad cars that derailed and tumbled down an Ten cars on the end of an interchange train came off the track and tumbled down a steep embankment north of 600 East and 600 North near the city of northeast of on Monday Watco Companies Inc. West Region Chief Operating Officer John Brown said Tuesday there were no injuries during the Watco is the parent company of Eastern Idaho which operates on the Northside Branch tracks that run from Rupert to Brown said the 10 cars involved were empty at the time of the derailment and they were headed south into Brown said empty cars are sent to Rupert to be classified and then sent out to different areas for hope to have the line back open within a couple of Brown Brown said the company does not yet have an estimation of or why the derailment is under investigation and we really don't know what happened at this Brown Laurie Welch may be reached at com. Site of the 10-car train derailment Minidoka Rupert SANDY News No pay reductions planned for CSI employees By Ben Botkin writer In the upcoming the College of Southern Idaho will begin the balancing act of planning for student growth while planning budgets in a time of state funding For current CSI salaries are not being reduced in the upcoming fiscal though the college will look for said CSI President Jerry are being issued tracts for the same amount as they were last he ' At the same the college is carefully looking at each open position before deciding whether to fill Beck For positions that are it's anticipated that there will be some savings in cases where a new employee replaces a retiree who was on the upper end of the salary Beck some we fully expect there will be some jobs we don't he adding that no layoffs are Vacant positions are being kept open for 90 At the same time the college is looking for CSI is also looking for increased enrollment this which would inject more money from tuition into its overall A gain in the number students could require the college to hire more Beck adding that CSI needs to monitor the enrollment carefully in the months ahead before See Main 2 Stricter auto emissions standards President Barack Obama announced new standards Tuesday to curb vehicle carbon dioxide emissions bv about one-third bv 2016. County annual carbon emissions Irom on-road 2002 Thousand 01 0 2S 50 75 150 more Sat The Vulcan Purdue University School board races decided By Ben Botkin writer For the most voters in the Magic Valley decided Tuesday night that business as usual will continue in their school A plant facilities levy was Most school board trustees were reelected to their despite facing And for many including Twin Jerome and a lack of candidates meant that no elections took Here are the Murtaugh School District voters overwhelmingly approved a renewal of its 10-year plant facilities levy that provides annually to the The money is available for building additions and equipment and general Out of 89 85 were in favor and four were against the That's a 95.5 percent See Main 2 Man found dead in house fire Kimberly authorities withholding man's name By Andrea Jackson writer KIMBERLY - Kimberly police say they found a man dead in the basement of a home after fire erupted there early Tuesday State and local authorities declined to release the man's identity saying his family still needs to be notified of the Rock Creek firefighters and Kimberly Police went to 820 Monroe St. for a residential structure fire at about 5 a.m. and found a man in the basement of the according to a release Tuesday afternoon ' from the Kimberly Police The home with broken window screens hanging over tall weeds was marked more on the outside by police tape than soot about 12 hours after the man's body was found The house did not appear to have suffered significant fire at least in its front which was partitioned off from the public Tuesday by a line of yellow Firefighters were called to the home by a said Rock Creek Fire Department Battalion Chief Jason declining to Keller told the that only smoke was showing when firefighters and the fire was extinguished within 30 A resident living in a home next door to the Jim told the See Main 2 ASHLEY A deceased male was recovered from a house fire at 820 Monroe St. W. in Kimberly on Tuesday Police on Tuesday did not release the identity of the man or the cause of the 3 2 6 7 7 12 9 10 10 From junior college to 4-year athletics CSI sophomores find NCAA homes Sports 1 0618134090509 0455
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