TWIN FALLS, Idaho - A Twin Falls man is asking the community to submit designs as he works to create a flag for Twin Falls County.
The Times-News reports that Dan Carter plans to form a committee to work on the project and is working to set up a Facebook page to get the effort started.
Carter, president of the Twin Falls County Gold Buckle Club, is responsible for the openings of the county rodeo, where the Mounted Color Guard carries the U.S. and Idaho flags into the arena. He realized he would like to add a county flag to the ceremony.
County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Lori Stewart says county flags are uncommon in Idaho, but Twin Falls is the only county in the Magic Valley without one.
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