Twin Falls, ID Communities

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Twin Falls, ID

Twin Falls, ID

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Twin Falls, ID is the county seat and largest city of Twin Falls County, Idaho. In the Magic Valley region, Twin Falls is the largest city in a one-hundred-mile radius, and is the regional commercial center for south-central Idaho and northeastern Nevada. Located on a broad plain at the south rim of the Snake River Canyon, Twin Falls is where daredevil Evel Knievel attempted to jump across the canyon in 1974 on a steam-powered rocket. The jump site is northeast of central Twin Falls, midway between Shoshone Falls and the Perrine Bridge. Wikipedia 

Buhl, ID

Buhl, ID

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Buhl, ID is located on the old Oregon Trail in the western half of Twin Falls County, Idaho. U.S. Route 30 passes through Buhl, along the scenic Thousand Springs Scenic Byway from Twin Falls to Bliss. Known as the "Trout Capital of the World," Buhl is the location of numerous hatcheries in the immediate surrounding area, which produce a majority of the rainbow trout consumed in the United States. Clear Springs Foods, located just north of Buhl, processes over 20 million pounds of rainbow trout each year, making it the world's largest producer. Wikipedia

Shoshone, ID

Shoshone, ID

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Shoshone, ID, founded in 1882 during the construction of the Oregon Short Line, Shoshone has long been considered the main railroad station in south central Idaho's Magic Valley region. About 15 miles north of Shoshone are the Shoshone Ice Caves. The caves are lava tubes that stay cool enough for the ice inside them to remain frozen throughout the summer. In the days before refrigeration, this feature, coupled with the railroad, made Shoshone popular with travelers as "the only place for hundreds of miles where one could get a cold beer." Wikipedia

Filer, ID

Filer, ID

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Filer, ID was established in 1906 as the terminus of the Oregon Short Line branch of Twin Falls. Since 1916, the City of Filer has been the home of the Twin Falls County Fair and Rodeo (Magic Valley Stampede). The Twin Falls County Fair occurs in the first week of September. It is the city's biggest attraction and draws people from all over the region. Wikipedia

Gooding, ID

Gooding, ID

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Gooding is the county seat and largest city of Gooding County, Idaho. Gooding is home to the Idaho School for the Deaf and the Blind. The world's largest factory for barrel cheese, the raw product for processed cheese, is located in Gooding. It has a capacity of 120,000 metric tons per year of barrel cheese and belongs to the Glanbia group. Gooding is also home to Gooding High School and Gooding Middle School. Wikipedia

Hansen, ID

Hansen, ID

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Hansen is a city in Twin Falls County, Idaho. The population was 1,144 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Twin Falls, Idaho Micropolitan Statistical Area. Wikipedia

Jerome, ID

Jerome, ID

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Jerome is a city in and county seat of Jerome County, Idaho. The population was 10,890 at the 2010 census, up from 7,780 in 2000. Jerome, ID is part of the Twin Falls Micropolitan Statistical Area. It is the second largest city in Idaho's Magic Valley region, second only to Twin Falls which is located 10 miles southeast. Jerome's economy is largely agrarian, with dairy farming being one of the main revenue sources for the local economy. Wikipedia

Kimberly, ID

Kimberly, ID

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Kimberly is a city in Twin Falls County, Idaho. The population was 3,264 at the 2010 census, up from 2,614 in 2000. It is part of the Twin Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area. Kimberly was founded in 1905. It is named after Peter L. Kimberly, a major investor in the construction of Milner Dam which made commercial irrigation practical in the area. Wikipedia

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