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If there’s one thing superhero movie fans know, it’s that you don’t leave your seat once the credits start rolling.
A lot of you have been asking when the next car show will be in Twin Falls. The good news is, you don't have to wait long to see beautiful, classic vehicles.
On this day in 1959, issue #22 of DC Comics' Showcase appeared on newsstands. Three years earlier, in issue #4, the anthology series had introduced a radically new take on the company's super-speedy Flash character, and in doing so, laid the groundwork for a full-fledged revival of the superhero genre. In the time since, Showcase alternated through a variety of new features (Manhunters; The Flash; Challengers Of The Unknown; The Space Ranger; Rip Hunter, Time Master; Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane; Adam Strange), but with #22, it once again returned to the well of iconic properties, taking the name of a Golden Age hero and lending it to an all-new character.
The original Green Lantern of the 1940s was a guy who channeled mystical "green flame" powers through a talking lantern (and a ring made from metal that he cut out of said lantern), and wore an eye-popping multi-hued outfit that looked like it was assembled by a color-blind tailor on his last day before retirement.
Morgan Weedman has a pretty bright future ahead of her.
If you know any of these people, tell them they can come claim their tickets to Ice Cream Funday!
As you start your back to school shopping, here's a reminder about the Twin Falls School District dress code.
BOISE, Idaho (KLIX) As the Powerball jackpot reaches half a billion dollars, Idaho Lottery officials are again reminding people to play responsibly. The estimated jackpot for Saturday is expected to be $478 million.