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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.

Wed
06
Sep
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Miss Russet Pageant kicks off Shelley Spud Day festivities

Twelve young women will compete to be crowned 2017 Miss Russet and earn $1,000 in scholarship money.

Wed
06
Sep
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Recreation district on target for May vote

Shelley City Councilman Jeff Kelley said that a proposed recreation district, which would encompass the same boundaries as Shelley Joint School District #60 would likely be on the May 2018 ballot.

Wed
06
Sep
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State Board approves criteria for the Master Educator premium

(Idaho State Board of Education)—During its most recent meeting, the Idaho State Board of Education approved the criteria and grading rubric for teachers and pupil service staff to earn the Master

Wed
06
Sep
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Marshall leads SHS toward fun year

Moving to Shelley from Reno, NV, his freshman year gives Zach Marshall a unique perspective.

Wed
30
Aug
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BLM offers tips on preventing combine wildfires

(Bureau of Land Management)—As wheat and barley farmers prepare for the harvest season, firefighters are also preparing for the possibility of wildfires caused by combines.

Wed
30
Aug
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Police ask drivers to watch for students

With school underway, law enforcement in Bingham County and the City of Shelley are asking drivers to take extra care to watch for kids.

Wed
30
Aug
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Bingham commissioners pass burn ban resolution

Dry conditions have prompted the Bingham County Board of Commissioners to pass a resolution banning all open fires in the county, except for recreational fire pits on private property, or developed

Wed
30
Aug
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Library to offer Raspberry Pi classes

North Bingham County District Library in Shelley is offering Raspberry Pi classes in September, but students won’t be baking.

Wed
30
Aug
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Council asks developer to work on subdivision connection

Approval for a Planned Unit Development (PUD) subdivision off of Oak Street was delayed as the Shelley City Council voiced concerns about having a second exit for emergencies.

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