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Twin Falls Times News (Newspaper) - July 27, 2015, Twin Falls, Idaho a $1.00 monday �?�juiy27,20is4 must see events at this weeks Minidoka county fair a a7 i dead i wounded in twin fall police release details in deadly shooting twin Falls a a twin Falls Man was murdered at a House on Hankins Road North on saturday night and another was shot and wounded authorities said sunday. Sheriff s deputies went to the House a Little after to . The two victims Kent Storrer 53, and Jasper Qualls 32, both of twin Falls were brought to St. Luke s magic Valley regional medical Center where Storrer was pronounced dead and Qualls was treated and released. Jerome county deputies arrested Jacob Lyn Marshall 20, of Jackson. He is being held in twin Falls county charged with first degree murder. Authorities said they Are looking for other suspects. Deputies Are still investigating and were answering few questions sunday afternoon. At least one of the victims lived on Hankins Road and there is no known connection Between them and the suspects said Ivri Stewart spokeswoman for the twin Falls county sheriffs office. Storrer is listed As the president of Westland motor co., a recreational vehicle dealer in Eden in an online business directory. Qualls is the father of a child bom in 2013 to Gretchen Storrer according to times news birth records. The motive is believed to have been robbery. Police ask anyone with any information to Call sir comm at 208-735-1911. To Marshall lanes closed at Busy intersections this week times news twin Falls a expect Lane closures and Short delays on Blue i Uke s Boulevard and Addison Avenue from tuesday night through thursday morning for paving and Patching work said the Idaho transportation department. On Blue lakes expect work on portions of the southbound outside Lane Between Canyon Springs Road and pole line Road at Caswell Avenue the southbound right turn near Filer Avenue and the southbound right Lane near Heyburn Avenue. Work will be done Addison in the eastbound lanes at the Washington Street intersection. Crews will remove about two inches of Asphalt and Lay a surface of new Asphalt. Work will be done Between 8 . And 6 . The roads will remain open to traffic but the Roadway will be reduced to one Lane in each direction around each of the work zones. Drivers Are cautioned to be prepared for bumps and uneven driving surfaces and urged to be cautious and watch for Crews and equipment. There will also be similar work on . 30 in Buhl on thursday in the eastbound lanes Between the Burley Avenue intersection to near the rid Leys family Market Entrance. Idaho materials and construction of Jerome has the $147,296 contract. Council to take big Steps on Airport City Hall projects Nathan Brown Obi own magic Valley com twin Falls a the City Council is scheduled to take some major Steps on the Airport remodel and new City Hall projects monday evening. The Council is expected to vote to award the $3.9 million contract for the terminal expansion and remodel project at Joslin Field magic Valley regional Airport to Petersen Brothers construction. The remodel will include moving Security screening of Luggage expanding the Post screening passenger waiting area building More restrooms and adding a third ticket counter. The contractor is scheduled to break ground in March 2016 and be done try february 2017. Ninety six percent of the project is expected to be federally funded. The Council is also scheduled to approve a $1.66 million Federal Grant the first of three that will total almost $3.5 million when All is said and done on monday. The Council is also scheduled to vote to approve the negotiation of a please in Council As Stephen res. Times news Joshua Mani talks to the crowd during a a meet the trainers part of the Idaho extreme Mustang makeover on saturday at the Ford Idaho Center in Nampa. See More photos for free at . Liberty the wild Mustang finds her forever Home Tetona Dunlap Dunlap magic Valley. Com Nampa a Joshua Mani did no twin the Nampa extreme Mustang makeover. But he Rode away with the Best prize of the night. In the makeover horse trainers like Mani compete to train a wild horse in just too Days and on the final Day the trainers demonstrate their Progress and the once wild horses Are auctioned to the highest bidders. Mani and his horse Liberty did no to qualify for the adult freestyle finals saturday in the Competition to close out the makeover. Overall the pair placed 16th out of 26 teams. The top to trainers moved on to the final round. The horse auction started As soon As the Winner a Willow Newcomb of Napa calif.,�? was announced. That a when the most important part of the Competition started for Mani. Earlier this year Mani was selected to compete against 38 other horse trainers from Idaho Utah Washington Montana California and new zealand. Trainers were paired with wild Mustang mares that were virtually untouched prior to being picked up in april. The purpose of the Competition is to showcase the train ability of the horses that roam Public lands throughout the West where they Are protected by the Bureau of land management under Federal Law. The blk periodically removes excess animals from the Range to ensure Herd health and protect Range land resources. Trainers in the Competition vie for an estimated purse of $20,000 Iii prize Money to find out who can Best train a wild horse. Mani Felt frustrated saturday morning after the adult combined leading and Riding Trail category. Liberty froze on the last Day of Competition and performed poorly. It was disappointing for Mani after she did Well in fridays handling and conditioning earning a loth place ribbon. A she was so shut Down a Mani said. A she does no to like being around please see Mustang As Valley House buys Tetona Dunlap Dunlap magic Valley. Com twin Falls a the Valley House has purchased a condemned property next to its location on Addison Street to expand and double the homeless shelters capacity. Valley houses Board of directors will meet monday to decide future expansion on the property. Tile property was once Home to to tiny rental Homes known locally As the cottages. In 2013, residents of this Community were evicted because of poor living conditions electrical problems and natural Gas leaks. The property at 485 Addison ave. Sat unnoticed former condemned property Sharon Breshears executive director of the Valley House said the houses will be torn Down and a Blue three bedroom House will be renovated. Other improvements include landscaping and removing overgrown Bushes and Trees. A it was horrible shape a Breshears. A we loaded up four Industrial garbage bins out of the Blue House. Tatien we went in and gut Ted the Walls Valley House will use the property to expand but Breshears did no to know details before the meeting. One option could be a new Triplex that will provide three More family units. The Money to build please see buys As Drew Nash times news two women stand near several condemned structures Friday in twin Falls. Valley House has recently purchased the land. By twin Falls officials and was made worse the time agreed to have for years. The condition after its owner Jim Jur the Homes vacated and of the House and several Gens died in May 2013. Let the City Post a do not Cabins had deteriorated the property manager at occupy signs. I you do one thing Minidoka county fair will feature Lawn Mower races at 6 . In the Arena at the Fairgrounds. 85 e. Baseline Road. Rupert. Tickets $5 each or $15 per family. 18134t0e05cp%

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