From right, Gov. Butch Otter and Twin Falls Mayor Shawn Barigar listen to Frank J. Knight, CEO of ProActive Behavioral Health, while on a tour of the new Crisis Center of South Central Idaho Thursday in Twin Falls.
From right, Gov. Butch Otter and Twin Falls Mayor Shawn Barigar listen to Frank J. Knight, CEO of ProActive Behavioral Health, while on a tour of the new Crisis Center of South Central Idaho Thursday in Twin Falls. Drew Nash Twin Falls Times-News
From right, Gov. Butch Otter and Twin Falls Mayor Shawn Barigar listen to Frank J. Knight, CEO of ProActive Behavioral Health, while on a tour of the new Crisis Center of South Central Idaho Thursday in Twin Falls. Drew Nash Twin Falls Times-News

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