Wed
20
Sep
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BPA credit adjustment to lower Idaho customer bills

(Rocky Mountain Power)—Rocky Mountain Power has asked the Idaho Public Utilities Commission for authorization to adjust a federal billing credit for certain residential or farm customers in Idaho.

Wed
13
Sep
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2017 ISAT results published for schools, districts

(Idaho State Department of Education)—The State Department of Education released the results of the 2017 Idaho Standards Achievement Test (ISAT) 2017 for districts and schools through the K-12 Repo

Wed
13
Sep
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89th Annual Spud Day festivities begin tonight

The 89th Annual Spud Day begins tonight with the Miss Russet Pageant, and continues through Saturday, Sept. 16, with lots to do and see in the City of Shelley.

Wed
13
Sep
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Crandall to study music in NYC

“It’s been a long journey already, but I feel like the journey is just beginning,” said Brinn Crandall, 17, mere days before taking off for New York City to fill her spot at the Mannes School of Mu

Wed
13
Sep
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Basalt fixes snowplow, to begin system upgrades

The City of Basalt will begin a project to monitor sewer flow rates and determine the level of water infiltrating into the system.

Wed
13
Sep
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Shelley Council approves next year’s budget

Mayor Stacy Pascoe said he isn’t happy that the city had to raise taxes again, but he and the Shelley City Council want to keep up on roadwork.

Wed
13
Sep
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Back to school electrical safety rules for kids

(Rocky Mountain Power)—It’s back to school time, which means the return of plugging in to nightly homework, early morning routines and fall outdoor activities.

Wed
06
Sep
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Jolley reflects on school board service

With school back in session, former school board member Sharlene Jolley reflected on the things she learned and accomplished while serving as a trustee.

Wed
06
Sep
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INL releases new open-source software projects

(Idaho National Laboratory)—Idaho National Laboratory has released multiple new open-source software projects that are freely available to the public and open to collaboration directly with researc

Wed
06
Sep
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County to continue with Bannock County landfill

The Bingham County Board of Commissioners has decided to stay with Bannock County’s landfill even with a four-dollar per ton of garbage increase.

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