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Firth district staying busy during summer

While students were out enjoying fun in the sun, maintenance crews at Firth School District #59 were pulling carpet and painting, among other things.

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Aug
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Jolley reviews success, concern with dual enrollment

Superintendent Dr.

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09
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City election candidacy paperwork due soon

Every odd-numbered year, incorporated cities in Idaho hold elections for city council or mayoral positions.

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09
Aug
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Shelley girl wins grand champion showman

A 10-year-old Shelley girl beat all competitors in showing sheep at the Bingham County Fair.

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09
Aug
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Rabid bat found in Bingham County

(SIPH)—Southeastern Idaho Public Health has confirmed that a bat has tested positive for rabies within Bingham County. This is the first bat to test positive for rabies in Idaho this year.

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02
Aug
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Woman rides across country for domestic violence awareness

Meredith Cherry hopes that her three- to four-year ride on horseback across the 48 contiguous United States will cause people to think and talk about domestic violence.

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02
Aug
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Firth gets survey news, will hold public meeting about potential bond

The Firth City Council learned July 25 that a survey shows the city would qualify for an Idaho Department of Commerce Community Block Grant for up to $500,000 to help construct a new mechanical sew

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Aug
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Farmers seek summary judgment in federal suit against APHIS

Attorneys representing a group of East Idaho potato farmers in a federal lawsuit have filed a brief in support of summary judgment against the USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APH

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SAUSA partnership has charged 55 defendants since 2016

(U.S. Attorney’s Office)—Acting United States Attorney Rafael Gonzalez and Bingham County Prosecuting Attorney Cleve B. Colson have announced that from January 2016 through July 26, 2017, the U.S.

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Mandatory 10-digit phone dialing begins Aug. 5

(Idaho Public Utilities Commission)—Beginning Aug, 5, Idahoans will have to dial the area code along with the seven-digit telephone number in order to make any call.

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