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Shelley narrowing down streets to repair

Shelley Public Works Director Justin Johnson is out measuring streets and assessing the damage this winter caused to them.

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Hall faces write-in for Shelley school board

There will be an election after all in Zone 4 for the Shelley Joint School District #60 Board of Trustees.

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Shelley Police moves toward emergency hire, other business

The Shelley Police Department will seek an emergency hire after losing another officer, while the Shelley City Council will consider changes to its ordinances.

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County to replace scales, buy new diagnostic tool

The Bingham County Board of Commissioners authorized an expenditure of around $50,000 to replace truck-weighing scales at the Central Transfer Station in Moreland, and authorized an expenditure of

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Nine teens to compete for DYW title

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Nine local teens will showcase their talents and compete for the title of Distinguished Young Woman of Firth/Shelley 2018 on Friday at the Civic Auditorium at 7 p.m.

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Power bill decrease proposed for Idaho customers

Rocky Mountain Power has proposed a 2.4 percent decrease overall for customers in its 2017 annual energy cost adjustment.

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Shelley Mayor’s Youth Council clean up Greenbelt

Shelley Mayor’s Youth Council — supervised by Mykel Anderson and his daughter, Elizabeth — clean up the winter trash and debris that gathers around the strip of trees along the Shelley Greenbelt on April 3. Pictured from front to back: Mykel Anderson, Nathan Westergard, Emily Jensen, Savannah Bekett (to right), Olivia Archilbald, Lexie Westergard, Katelyn Elizondo and Elizabeth Anderson (to right).

Shelley Mayor’s Youth Council (MYC) met April 3 after school to pick up trash and debris that had collected in the trees that line Shelley’s Greenbelt.

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You may be able to lower your property taxes

(Idaho Tax Commission)—April 18 is the last day this year to submit applications to your county assessor for a reduction in your 2017 property taxes.

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‘Light Princess’ troupe features local teens

For a group of teenagers who have been through countless hours of rehearsals, they keep things very light. But the ensemble of “The Light Princess” is a troupe of serious thespians.

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Ransomware wiped out fuel data

Director of Public Works Randy Ghezzi told the Bingham County Board of Commissioners that he needed help on deciding which way to charge different entities for fuel because pricing data was wiped o

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