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Oct
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Alfalfa production unchanged from last year

(USDA)—The USDA’s National Agriculture Statistics Service has released a crop production press release Oct.

Wed
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Oct
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Many upcoming events in Shelley

City representatives had a lot of business and upcoming events to report at a Shelley City Council meeting Oct. 10.

Wed
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Oct
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Water tank plans approved

Plans for the water tank design drawing for submittal to DEQ were approved 3-0 by the Shelley City Council Oct. 10, but the new tank probably won’t be put in until spring.

Wed
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Oct
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City Council has hope for REDI

Shelley City Council members were unanimously united in both their hopes for their alliance with REDI and their reservations about the direction the organization is taking.

Wed
18
Oct
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APHIS requests summary judgment in federal lawsuit against East Idaho potato farmers

Attorneys representing USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) have filed a brief in support of summary judgment against east Idaho potato farmers Oct. 4.

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Steelhead harvest season opened Oct. 15 on the Snake, Salmon, and Clearwater rivers

(IDFG)—Idaho Fish and Game has released a press release Oct. 13, regarding changes to the 2017 steelhead regulations.

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Oct
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County looking at different options for fuel depot sales

Bingham County Clerk Pam Eckhardt will speak with the county’s auditor about the possibility of setting up a trust account to receive payments from other entities that fill up on fuel stored by the

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Oct
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Commissioners clarify alcohol sales restrictions

Susan Jensen, new owner of Stingers in Blackfoot, told the Bingham County Board of Commissioners Oct.

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Bypass bridge will be ready soon over Snake River Valley Canal

Drivers heading north to Idaho Falls on U.S. Highway 91 will soon make a slight curve onto a bypass bridge at the Snake River Valley Canal, before continuing down the road.

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Oct
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300-ton transformer coming to Goshen Substation

A transformer that measures 9 feet tall, 40 feet long and weighing 588,000 pounds will be placed in the Goshen Substation in February 2018.

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