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Today:   Partly sunny chance of mountain shower  WINDS: W 5-10 MPH  HIGH: 91 (Mountains: 81)

Tonight Passing shower possible WINDS: Light LOW: 62 (Mountains: 52)

Tomorrow:  Intervals of clouds and sunshine. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. High 89F. Winds NW at 5 to 10 mph.

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THURSDAY: Showers and maybe a thunderstorm
HIGH: 74 (Mountains: 64)

FRIDAY: Partly Sunny
HIGH: 64 (Mountains: 55)

SATURDAY: Mostly Sunny
HIGH: 65 (Mountains: 58)

SUNDAY: Mostly Sunny
HIGH: 77 (Mountains: 64)

MONDAY: Mostly Sunny
HIGH: 78 (Mountains: 67)

September 12th: On this day

Born on this day in Saratoga, Texas, was George Jones the country music singer who has scored more than 150 hits during his career, both as a solo artist and in duets with other artists. Jones who married Tammy Wynette in 1969, and has had 15 US #1 country hits, is celebrated by some of his fans as the hard-drinkin', fast-livin' spiritual-son of his idol, Hank Williams. Jones missed so many engagements that he gained the nickname of "No-Show Jones." Jones died on 26th April 2013 aged 81.

Born on this day, was Jennifer Nettles, American Grammy winning country music artist, lead vocalist with the duo Sugarland who scored the 2009 US #1 album Live on the Inside’.

The Farm Aid 99' benefit concert took place at the Nissan Pavilion, Bristow, Virginia. Held to raise money for family farmers in the US, the concerts were organized by Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp and Neil Young. Artists who appeared included: Susan Tedeschi, Keb' Mo', Deana Carter, Barenaked Ladies, Dave Matthews Band, John Mellencamp, Willie Nelson and Neil Young.

Johnny Cash, US singer songwriter died of respiratory failure aged 71. Widely considered one of the most influential American musicians of the 20th century, he was known as The Man in Black. Cash traditionally started all his concerts by saying, "Hello, I'm Johnny Cash." His best-known songs included "I Walk the Line", "Folsom Prison Blues", "Ring of Fire", "Get Rhythm" and "Man in Black." Cash also had his own US TV show in late 60's - early 70's.

Dixie Chicks: Shut Up and Sing documentary film produced and directed by Barbara Kopple and Cecilia Peck (daughter of actor Gregory Peck) had its world premier at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film followed the Dixie Chicks over a three-year period of intense public scrutiny, fan backlash, physical threats, and pressure from both corporate and conservative political elements in the United States after lead singer Natalie Maines publicly criticised then President of the United States George W. Bush during a live 2003 concert in London, England.

Lynn Anderson was arrested and charged with a DUI in Nashville, Tennessee. This was the singer's third offense since 2004.

Celebration of Life Service Announced for Troy Gentry

The Grand Ole Opry will host a celebration of life service for the late Troy Gentry of Montgomery Gentry on Thursday (Sept. 14) at 11 a.m. CT.

For those who are unable to attend, a live stream of the event will be available through the Opry’s website. A private internment for his family will follow.

Gentry died in a helicopter crash on Friday (Sept. 8) in Medford, New Jersey, where the award-winning duo was booked to perform a concert at the Flying W Airport & Resort. He was 50 years old.

In an obituary released from Montgomery Gentry’s record label, Average Joes, it was revealed that Gentry and his duo partner Eddie Montgomery were planning to release an album of new music in 2018 to mark their 20th anniversary as a duo.

Their tour schedule included a Sunday (Sept. 10) performance at the Wayne County Fair in Wooster, Ohio, as well as 11 other shows in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Colorado, Washington, Tennessee, Nevada, Florida and Georgia through the end of October.

Montgomery Gentry released its debut album Tattoos & Scars in 1999. A string of hits followed including “If You Ever Stop Loving Me,” “Something to Be Proud Of,” “Lucky Man,” “Back When I Knew It All” and “Roll With Me.” The act has been awarded platinum certification on three of their albums and gold certification on three others.

In 2009 the duo became members of the Grand Ole Opry, which was Gentry’s proudest professional achievement.

A loving father and devoted husband, Gentry is survived by his wife, Angie Gentry, as well as his daughters, Taylor and Kaylee. He is preceded in death by his parents, Lloyd and Patricia Gentry, and his brother, Keith Gentry.

As a philanthropist, Gentry supported numerous charitable organizations including Make-A-Wish Foundation and T.J. Martell Foundation, as well as military-related charities such as the USO. He was an active supporter of breast cancer awareness and research. Montgomery Gentry was presented with the Academy of Country Music’s Humanitarian Award in 2009.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks supporters to donate to T.J. Martell Foundation or the American Red Cross for hurricane relief.

Around the Valley

The Wood River Sustainability Center is hosting The Hailey Chamber Of Commerce's Wake Up Hailey for September event this morning from 9 'til 10. There will be pastries and coffee served as guests network with business owners in the valley. Don’t forget your business card for a chance to win a great raffle prize. Wood River Sustainability is located at 308 S. River St. See you there!


The 2017 Fall Southern Idaho Career & Job Expo is this Wednesday at Canyon Crest from 10a 'til 1p.  This is your chance to network with potential employers, apply for open job positions, and even interview with some employers on-site!  The event is free and open to the public.


Wednesday afternoon, drop by the Community Christian Church on Grandview Drive in Twin for a Salad Sensations Fundraiser benefiting The Jubilee House.  The event features food, fellowship and a silent auction and runs from 4:30 'til 6:30.  Tickets are ten bucks at the door.


The 8th Annual Lost N Lava Cowboy Gathering is this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds and Community Center in Shoshone.  The event features cowboy western music and poetry.  Entertainers include Dave Stamey, Kristyn Harris, Brigid & Johnny Reedy, Prairie Wind, Poppa Mac, The Panhandle Cowboys, David Anderson and Thatch Elmer.  The event kicks off thursday Night with a potluck dinner and dance.  The mountain men will have their camp setup for you to enjoy. Vendors will have merchandise to sell Friday and Saturday as well.  General admission tickets for the Friday and Saturday night concerts are are $20.00, or buy a ticket for both nights for $35.  Get all the info at http://www.lostnlavagathering.com.


Catch local singer and songwriter Brianne Lynn performing at Mountain View Barn this Friday night from 6 'til 9.  Admission is free.


Superhero Saturday is THIS Saturday at Success Martial Arts in Twin Falls.  Parents, come take great photos of your kids with superheroes and theatrical backdrops! This is your chance for free live photo opportunities with superheroes like Spiderman, Batman, Kung Fu Panda’s Tigress, and more!  The event is free to attend.  Donations will be accepted benefiting the Special Olympics "Tators" of Twin Falls.


MAGIC VALLEY CINEMA 13 (MAGIC VALLEY MALL):  Home Again, It, Leap! (Ballerina). The Hitman’s Bodyguard, Annabelle: Creation, Wind River, Spiderman: Homecoming & Despicable Me 3

CENTURY STADIUM 5 (BURLEY): It, All Saints, Leap!, Wind River &  Annabelle: Creation


MAGIC LANTERN THEATERS (KETCHUM):  The Hero, Home Again, It, Wind River, The Hitman’s Bodyguard & The Glass Castle


North Dakota Represent!  An Ivy League graduate headed to law school, with eyes on becoming her state’s first female governor, Miss North Dakota, 23 year old Cara Mund was crowned Miss America over the weekend.  Her win lands her a $50,000 scholarship and an annual six-figure salary during her reign.  Mund is the first to bring home the honor for North Dakota in the pageant's 95-year history.


A public memorial ceremony will be held Thursday at the Grand Ole Opry for Troy Gentry, a member of the popular country music duo Montgomery Gentry, who died in a helicopter crash in New Jersey on Friday.  Fifty-year-old Gentry was from Lexington, Kentucky, and is survived by his wife, Angie Gentry, and daughters Taylor and Kaylee, according to the Opry website. The service will be streamed online as well.  Gentry and Eddie Montgomery became members of the Grand Ole Opry in 2009.  A private interment will follow the service. Gentry's family has asked for donations to the T.J. Martell Foundation or the American Red Cross.


Hurricane Irma battered the Florida Keys over the weekend, but the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum in Key West, its staffers and its 54 six-toed cats were unharmed by the storm.  Jacque Sands, the general manager of the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum told the newspaper that the house was not severely damaged by the cyclone, and that the museum's 10 staffers and the dozens of polydactyl felines that populate the property are safe and accounted for.  The Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum was named a national historic landmark in 1968. The author lived in the house for eight years in the 1930s.

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