Twin Falls County, Idaho
City of Twin Falls
Celebrates 100 years with The Blessing of The Waters 2004
Twin Falls was incorporated as a village April
12, 1905. Appointment of the trustees was made by the board of commissioners of
Chris Storey is the
Shoshone Falls is higher
Twin Falls County was created in
from the parent county of Cassia.
It consists of the communities
Castleford, Filer, Hansen, Hollister,
Murtaugh, Rogerson and Twin Falls.
The County was named for the twin waterfalls that cascades over the
the Snake River as it makes it's
way through the Magic Valley. Further down the Snake River flows over
the Shoshone Falls.
The extinct towns of Abbey,
Amsterdam, Artesian City, Austin, Berger, Clover, Dry Town, Milner, Mudbarville, Rock Creek, Roseworth, Salmon Falls,
Springtown and Waterburg were once in
the boundaries of what is now Twin Falls County.
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