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Wednesday April 23, 2014

Education legislature visits Shelley
Idaho House Representative Julie Van Orden addressed the Shelley School Board at its meeting last week to give a legislative update about education bills passed in the recently concluded session in Boise.She said a task force had been formed after the repeal of the Students Come First laws and the governor and legislators focused on the task ...

Easter egg hunts draw crowds
At the Shelley City Park Saturday, two local siblings, Emma and Adaen Jenkins, ages 3 and 6, enjoyed getting up close and personal with a special Easter guest, (played by Kennedie Green) who was assisted by Miss Russet Carly Nelson at the annual Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by the Shelley Kiwanis Club. Key Club members helped put out the eggs. Photo ...

EIRWWA plant gets new permit
The Oxbow Wastewater Treatment Plant now has its own permit with the Department of Environmental Quality, which takes effect June 1. Previously, the permit has been with the City of Shelley since the city operated its own treatment plant in the location west of Shelley prior to the construction of the regional plant. The DEQ has approved the ...

Idaho Gives to help local non-profit organizations
The second annual Idaho Gives is coming on May 1. Idaho Gives is a statewide, 24-hour giving day that takes place online. It’s a day to celebrate the work of Idaho's nonprofits and let them benefit from the power of many. The Idaho Gives website is www.idahogives.org. Three Shelley nonprofits can benefit from giving on May 1, including Friends ...

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