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New Sign Offers a Positive Message
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Kyle Tarbet beams besides the new sign. PHOTO: Leisa Hollister
   
Saturday, March 23, 2024
 

BY KAREN BOSSICK

Kyle Tarbet, president and CEO of the Twin Falls Area Chamber of Commerce cut the ribbon recently on a new sign promoting the #988 suicide and crisis lifeline.

The sign, overlooking the Perrine Bridge and Snake River outside the Twin Falls Visitor Center, was the senior project of Twin Falls High School student Kadynce Neitzke.

It offers a positive message: “If you’re reading this, the world is a better place with you in it.” A blue and purple ribbon and heart is flanked by the #988 crisis hotline number.

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