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Clinger looks to get back on Shelley school board

Cole Clinger, who was an at-large member of the Shelley Joint School District #60 Board of Trustees in Zone 4 has put a letter of interest to serve in Zone 3.

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EIRWWA budget includes major upgrade

The fiscal year 2018 budget for the East Idaho Regional Wastewater Authority (EIRWWA) includes $1.6 million in saved money for a possible upgrade to the plant to remove phosphorous.

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Shelley tables water meter pit ordinance

A developer’s experience replacing unusable water meter pits gave the Shelley City Council pause and an ordinance requiring the pits be installed with every new home construction has been tabled.

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Musician shares laughter and testimony

Music is everything to Katy Searle, of Shelley. For 46 years now, she has shared her talent, testimony, and sense of fun with those around her.

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County budgets for switch to Milner Butte

The Bingham County Board of Commissioners will put money in the Solid Waste budget for 2018 to allow the county to take its garbage to Milner Butte south of Burley.

Wed
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Bingham budget discussions begin

The Bingham County Board of Commissioners is beginning the arduous process of putting together the fiscal year 2018 budget.

Wed
28
Jun
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Firth not interested in EIRWWA

Officials from the City of Firth met with Bingham County Commissioner Mark Bair over a proposed taxing district for East Idaho Regional Wastewater Authority (EIRWWA) and declined participation.

Wed
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Jun
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Basalt holding off on roadwork

The City of Basalt won’t do any roadwork this year.

Wed
28
Jun
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Shelley High School to sell parking permits

The Shelley Joint School District #60 Board of Trustees on June 15 approved a new policy for Shelley High School requiring students to purchase a parking permit to park their vehicles in student pa

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Don’t lose money on the biggest myths in saving energy

(Rocky Mountain Power)—We have already seen record temperatures this summer, and keeping cool can be a strain on your pocketbook.

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