Access to our collection of the local Twin Falls newspapers, beginning from 1904-2013, is free of charge online or through the Twin Falls Public Library microfilm readers. We also possess Idaho Room historical photos including the collections of Clarence Bisbee, Gus Kelker, the Perrine Bridge Construction (IDT), and more.
To access our collections online, select the buttons below.
If you prefer, you may request that we find copies of newspaper articles for you. Fees are $5.00 for the first page of each search and $0.25 for every page thereafter; you will be billed after we have found the item. We ask that you send us a WRITTEN request, including all possible information about the item you are looking for (names and/or dates) and your email or mailing address. Please allow 7-10 days for our volunteer to locate the item.
You may submit your request by:
Mail: Twin Falls Public Library, 201 4th Ave E., Twin Falls, ID 83301
If you would like Tax Aid, select the button below to show the nearest location.
Idaho State Forms:
Idaho State Tax Commission
440 Falls Ave (across from CSI)
Hours: 10-3 PM, Mon-Thur
To learn more about this year's tax updates and where to mail your forms, select the buttons below.
The library does not have printed forms to hand out, however the Reference Desk can print off specific forms at a charge of 15¢ per page for black and white copies.
Join us each month to discuss the latest and greatest in the comics industry! For the month of January, we'll be reading Requiem of the Rose King V.1 by Aya Kanno. Come on down to the Twin Falls Public Library and check it out!
Comics & Coffee is a library program brought to you in partnership with our fellow nerds at Twin Beans Coffee Company. We meet on the last Thursday of each month at Twin Beans Coffee Company to discuss the latest and greatest graphic novels on the market today.
Richard, the ambitious third son of the House of York, believes he is cursed, damned from birth to eternal darkness. But is it truly fate that sets him on the path to personal destruction? Or his own tormented longings? Based on an early draft of Shakespeare’s Richard III, Aya Kanno’s dark fantasy finds the man who could be king standing between worlds, between classes, between good and evil.
Richard’s father, the patriarch of the House of York, is poised to become king of medieval England during the bloody Wars of the Roses. But just as success is imminent, he is abruptly cut down. Plunged into despair, Richard acts out in revenge and must face a powerful and beautiful new enemy.