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Library getting kids ready for eclipse science

On Aug. 21, hundreds of kids in the area will be able to test out what they’ve learned during a two-week series at the North Bingham County Library.

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16
Aug
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Firth limiting river bottoms use during eclipse, changes meeting dates

The Firth City Council has voted unanimously on two items. First, the city will limit Firth river bottoms use to daytime only from Aug. 9 to Aug. 23, and a burn ban.

Wed
16
Aug
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Shelley to send survey to residents

The Shelley City Council will send a survey to gage how Shelley residents feel about city services provided, as well as how they feel about chickens and bees.

Wed
16
Aug
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Firth council agrees to bond election

The City of Firth is laying the groundwork for a new wastewater treatment facility by hiring a bond attorney and publishing an ordinance for a $3.7 million Nov. 7 bond election.

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16
Aug
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Shelley hires two new police officers, other business

The Shelley City Council hired two new police officers, heard reports on social media policy and a new water tank, and gave their opinion on the southern boundary of Eastern Idaho Regional Wastewat

Wed
16
Aug
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Water meter pit ordinance passed

The Shelley City Council has decided to require water meter pits for all new construction after all.

Wed
09
Aug
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BLM urges eclipse spectators to avoid parking on dry grass

(BLM)—Many spectators will be traveling to eastern Idaho for the first time to view the solar eclipse, unaware of the region’s high fire potential.

Wed
09
Aug
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Corps stresses hot-weather safety

(Army Corps of Engineers)—Water management and recreation officials with the U.S.

Wed
09
Aug
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Shelley City Hall to close for eclipse

Fearing an influx of people from Bonneville County, the Shelley City Council decided to shut down the Shelley City Hall Aug. 21.

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Aug
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Idaho Department of Insurance releases requested 2018 health insurance rates

(IDOI)—The Idaho Department of Insurance has posted proposed health insurance premium rates and the requested increases for plan year 2018 on its website,

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