As Twin Falls turns 100 years old in 2004, visitors will find not a pioneer village, but a bustling regional center of activity where some 37,000 people reside within the city limits with another 5,000 within 5 miles of the perimeter.
The regional population is 175,000 in South Central Idaho with another 50,000 residing across the border in northern Nevada. Virtually all of those folks come to Twin Falls at one time or another for a variety of purposes including retail shopping, medical needs, education (College of Southern Idaho is located here) and to enjoy cultural or recreational opportunities.
Still an agricultural center, the original purpose for having a city was to serve the Twin Falls tract, residents now find a variety of career opportunities in manufacturing, distribution, hi-tech and the professions.
One of Idaho's faster growing communities (27% during the 90s) many new residents are former residents who grew up in the area and are now retiring back to their roots where they have fond memories of an outstanding 4-season climate and natural wonders galore.
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