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Wednesday May 04, 2016

Lords selected as principal
A bit of shuffling in the Shelley School District has resulted in the hiring of a new high school principal.Eric Lords, who is currently the superintendent and high school principal at Shoshone-Bannock in Fort Hall, was chosen Thursday by a six-person interview team and approved by Shelley School board members as the new principal for Shelley High ...

Public Hearing
It took three motions by the Bingham County Board of Commissioners, but an application to rezone 75 acres on Woodville Road was ultimately denied by a split vote 2-1.Those living in the area were almost unanimously against the plan to rezone the land as residential and allow 97 homes to be built with individual wells on each six-tenths of an acre ...

Board taking a different approach to levy info
The Shelley Joint School District #60 Board of Trustees agreed April 21 that instead of hosting informational meetings to ask for a renewal of a $575,000 supplemental levy, they will try a less formal route.Chairman Jamey Higham said that meetings in the past have not garnered the crowds the board was hoping for, and so suggested that those ...

Marlow, Call sign letters of intent
Logging the extra practice hours paid off big for Kira Marlow and Kenzie Call, who signed their letters of intent with two junior colleges last week.Marlow will play for Northwest in Powell, Wyo., and Call will play with Big Bend Community of Moses Lake, Wash.“We’re so excited for these two to have the opportunity to move onto the next ...

Shelley High School looks to strengthen students
Shelley High School has classrooms to strengthen minds, a weight room and track to strengthen bodies, and is now looking to strengthen its students’ spirits through a program called Sources of Strength.English and Drama teacher Camille Gold told the Shelley Joint School District #60 Board of Trustees April 21 that suicide takes on average one ...

City Hall holds open house for retirees
Two retirees from the city of Shelley were honored at an open house April 26. Chuck Lloyd retired as the public works director and Dave Hanson also retired from the public works department.Lloyd started in Shelley in 1989 as a police officer. He transferred to maintenance in 1993 and was promoted to public works director in 2010.Hanson has worked ...

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