Councilman Chris Talkington talks to Terrence Edwards as Edwards hands out copies of the United States Constitution to the Council while Councilwoman Nikki Boyd, left and Vice Mayor Suzanne Hawkins listen during the City Council meeting Monday evening at the City Council chambers in downtown Twin Falls.
Councilman Chris Talkington talks to Terrence Edwards as Edwards hands out copies of the United States Constitution to the Council while Councilwoman Nikki Boyd, left and Vice Mayor Suzanne Hawkins listen during the City Council meeting Monday evening at the City Council chambers in downtown Twin Falls. Photo by Drew Nash/Times-News
Councilman Chris Talkington talks to Terrence Edwards as Edwards hands out copies of the United States Constitution to the Council while Councilwoman Nikki Boyd, left and Vice Mayor Suzanne Hawkins listen during the City Council meeting Monday evening at the City Council chambers in downtown Twin Falls. Photo by Drew Nash/Times-News

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