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Public transportation survey open through May 5

(ITD)—In January, the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) held public meetings throughout Idaho to share information and learn more about public transportation in those areas.

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County roadwork to begin in June

Director of Public Works Randy Ghezzi told the Bingham County Board of Commissioners April 19 that work would begin on micro surfacing 40 miles of roads in the county.

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County raises tire disposal fee

Facing a widening gap between what the county makes in fees and what it costs to dispose tires, the Bingham County Board of Commissioners approved a 50 percent increase for truck and semi tires, an

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County auctions heading to Pocatello, NAPA contract underway

Bingham County is finalizing two contracts with two separate businesses for its Public Works departments.

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EIRWWA still hasn’t heard from EPA

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The Eastern Idaho Regional Wastewater Authority Board of Directors still hasn’t gotten a response from the EPA, and the board is weighing their options.

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Shelley schools see a boost to tech funding

Some good news coming out of the 2017 legislative session for local school districts includes a boon to technology funding.

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Drollinger signs with Utah State

Wednesday was a banner day for Peytin Drollinger as she signed her letter of intent to run for Utah State University and she also learned she would be one of Shelley High School’s valedictorians.

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Census of Agriculture countdown begins

(USDA)—America’s farmers and ranchers will soon have the opportunity to strongly represent agriculture in their communities and industry by taking part in the 2017 Census of Agriculture.

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Shelley to ask DEQ for explanation on reuse water

The Shelley City Council will ask their engineer, Dave Noel, to draft a letter to the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), asking what steps the city needs to take to reuse water from t

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Shelley supports ending smoking on school property

The Shelley City Council unanimously supports ending tobacco use of any kind on school property.

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