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Kelley suggests city survey

City Councilman Jeff Kelley said that Shelley should send out a six-page survey to its citizens to learn what interests them, and how they feel the city serves them.

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22
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Shelley Schools’ IEP evaluation results clean, G.T. program gets new director

Shelley Joint School District #60 Individualized Education Programs (IEP) files were brought up for state review and evaluation in January.

Wed
22
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Shelley approves Family Fitness Fun Day, pool expenses

The Shelley City Council approved a $1,000 expenditure to buy fitness equipment for a planned Family Fitness Fun Day to be held in June.

Wed
22
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Teton Park road winter use season ends

(National Park Service)— Grand Teton National Park road crews will began the annual spring plowing of the Teton Park Road between Taggart Lake Trailhead and Signal Mountain Lodge on March 20.

Wed
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Sweepstakes scams designed to target elderly victims in Idaho

(US Postal Inspectors)—The focus of the 2017 National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW) campaign is targeting fraud against elderly victims. U.S.

Wed
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Wolverine District Scouts honor leaders

The Wolverine District-Grand Teton Council recognized the adult Scout leaders from the community for their accomplishments March 9.

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Speed limit of U.S. 20 increases to 70 mph

(Idaho Transportation Department)—The speed limit on U.S. 20 between Idaho Falls and Ashton will increase to 70 mph March 22, for both passenger vehicle traffic and commercial trucks.

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Sunset Vista subdivision still stalled

The approval of Sunset Vista Subdivision’s preliminary plat has been postponed yet again.

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Police chase stolen vehicle from Blackfoot to Shelley

A stolen car chase that started in Blackfoot ended in front of Shelley High School early morning March 3.

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County preparing damage estimates from flood

Bingham County Clerk Pam Eckhardt is preparing a damage estimate for the Idaho Association of Counties (IAC) to be passed on to the state.

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