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North Bingham Park getting new host house

North Bingham County Park in Shelley is getting a new camp host home to replace one badly damaged by broken pipes.

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County sending out requests for proposals on bonding counsel

Even though the Bingham County Board of Commissioners has not, for sure, committed to holding a bond election for a jail expansion, the county is shopping around for attorneys in case it decided to

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Ammon must make payment arrangements before apartments can connect

Stacy Pascoe, who serves as Shelley Mayor, and as Eastern Idaho Regional Wastewater Authority (EIRWWA) Director, told The Shelley Pioneer that the City of Ammon must come up with a plan to pay appr

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Shelley Tree Committee and Public Works Dept. remove bad trees, replace with new

Shelley’s Tree Committee met on March 30 to discuss the future of some of the dying Maple trees planted in the Shelley City Park along State Highway 91.

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Shelley to consider raise in police pay

Every year, for the last four years, an officer with the Shelley Police Department leaves to be hired by other police departments for better pay, better chances of advancement and better insurance.

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Sunset Vista can proceed

After 10 years of delays and market downturns, the Shelley City Council gave developer Brent Christensen the green light to begin developing the first phase of Sunset Vista Subdivision off of Basel

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Shelley’s Aca-Deca team places third overall at State

Shelley High School’s Academic Decathlon (Aca-Deca) team went to State competitions in Boise on March 16.

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Risch co-sponsors non-dairy labeling bill

U.S. Sen. Jim Risch (R-ID) has cosponsored legislation in Congress, currently in committees, that would stop products not made from dairy animals from being labeled as milk, cheese or yogurt.

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APHIS updates Pale Cyst Nematode assessment

A experimental planting of the trap crop litchi tomato grows in a field near Shelley in 2015. The USDA’s APHIS is ready to start planting hundreds of acres of the plant to eradicate the potato pest, pale cyst nematode. COURTESY PHOTO

The USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is accepting public comment on a plan to eradicate Pale Cyst Nematode infestations in North Bingham county and South Bonneville County.

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County holds flood outlook meeting

Bingham County Emergency Management Coordinator Scott Reese discusses the county’s efforts to rebuild roads and culverts at a March 22 meeting in the Bingham County Courthouse. CHARLIE VANLEUVEN/The Shelley Pioneer

If predictions hold, Southeast Idaho may escape without major flooding this year.

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