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Wednesday March 04, 2015

Clark Radio to build larger tower
If the Shelley City Council and Clark Radio Electronics can come to terms on an agreement, the wireless company will replace its 60-foot tower on the butte with a 150-foot tower.Aaron Clark approached the council Feb. 24 and said that the current tower is aging and needs to be replaced. He said that the company would like to construct a 15-foot ...

Clerk, attorney update council on property issue, health insurance
Among the old business items under discussion at the Feb. 24 Shelley City Council meeting were clearing a title issue with a local landowner and a plan to provide funding for up to 18 months of insurance coverage for retiring employees.City attorney B.J. Driscoll told council members that he had been in contact with Shelley resident Steve ...

City, meat plant to decide landscaping
The City of Shelley and the Golden Valley Natural jerky plant almost completed on New Sweden Road will come together and plan for a walking path and landscaping along the road.A walking path and landscaping, including trees to be planted, will travel alongside the property. However the city’s and business’s responsibilities for much of the ...

Quilt book author attends, instructs annual quilt event
Quilter Susan Nelsen enjoys the thrill of filling a blank slate with color, fabric and design. She was a Trunk Show presenter at the annual quilt show at the Shelley library Wednesday.“Shelley has done a good job of keeping this going for 16 years and it’s gotten bigger,” she said. “They are good at getting a variety of classes and ...

Jill Wray remembered at quilt show
A front row chair remained empty at Shelley’s annual quilt show held last week in memory of Jill Wray.Wray was a long-time, much-loved teen living teacher at Hobbs Middle School who lost her battle with cancer in December.“She was a huge supporter of the library and a huge supporter of the quilt show,” said Jacqueline Wittwer, staff at the ...

Firth man to be inducted into Ag Hall of Fame
Ronald D. Carlson’s career in water management spans both good and bad times for irrigators.In recognition of his contributions to irrigation districts, canal companies, water storage contracts and distribution of water, he will be inducted into the 43rd Eastern Idaho Agriculture Hall of Fame during an annual dinner March 20. In an interview ...

Three seats open on Shelley School Board
The Shelley School board introduced several new items of business at their Feb. 19 meeting, including the opening of three seats for election.Zones 1, 2, and 3 are now open. The deadline to file for candidacy is March 20.“If anyone is interested they can pick up packets at the district office,” said Superintendent Bryan Jolley.In Zone 4, Ken ...

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