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Wednesday February 10, 2016

Hadley resigns, charges dismissed
Charges have been dropped against Dave Hadley, who resigned from his position as athletic director at Shelley High School last week.Hadley’s lawyer, Shane Reichert told the Pioneer that Hadley would have resigned regardless of whether or not the charges would have been dropped due to the mounting pressure and stress he was under both from the ...

Area Scouts learn winter survival skills at Klondike
Wolverine District Boy Scout Committee Chairman Bryce Butler said that this year’s Klondike was successful.“It went well,” he said. “The boys really had an enjoyable time.”Eighty-six Boy Scouts camped at the 2016 annual Klondike, held at the Firth River Bottoms Jan. 29 and 30, where they learned valuable survival skills and held ...

Students earning rewards for respect
Fifth grade teachers at Stuart Elementary in Shelley are putting a new spin on teaching about respect.They came up a with a program about two years ago where each student is given a sheet of cardstock with respect spelled out across it. If students show signs of disrespect to either people or property, they get one letter marked out. Any student ...

Library offers music, arts, quilt show
February will be a month full of music, art, quilting, and of course literature at the North Bingham County library.Starting today from 3-5 p.m. the library is hosting a band consisting of saxophones, a flute, guitar, bass and piano to play Classical 50s.Friday they will have a harp, violin, and flute group on hand to play love songs for a ...

Shelley trap crop planting hailed as success
An experimental planting of litchi tomato in around 100 acres of pale cyst nematode (PCN) infected fields near Shelley has been deemed a success and future plantings of the trap crop are coming this year.According to University of Idaho PCN Project Director Louise-Marie Dandurand, Ph. D., the planting caused a significant reduction in nematode ...

Rocky Mountain Power seeks decrease for Idaho customers
Two weeks after asking for an increase on customers’ energy efficiency charges, Rocky Mountain Power will ask for a decrease in Idaho customers’ rates.According to Dave Eskelsen, Rocky Mountain Power spokesman, the two changes, if both were approved by the Idaho Public Utilities Commission, it would result in a net difference of 0.1 percent ...

Idaho residents are targets of phone scams
The United States Attorney’s Office and the United States Marshals Service are advising Idaho residents to be aware of telephone calls threatening individuals of a pending arrest warrant. During the call, unsuspecting citizens are given the choice to avoid a federal arrest warrant by paying a fine to settle out of court. The individual may be ...

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