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Shelley water bills to increase

Several residents were in attendance at the Shelley City Council meeting on Feb. 28, but none voiced their objections to a $3 water rate increase.

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Aquifer recharge getting started

As the Bureau of Reclamation moved toward flood control, extra water has been released from our reservoirs in East Idaho.

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Yield signs to change to stop signs

Due to concerns from residents living near the intersection of Pine and Holmes streets, the Shelley City Council approved changing the yield signs on those corners to stop signs.

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Firth student keeps tradition to honor veterans

The eyes of over 400 local veterans are watching the halls of Firth High School.

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Yearsley discusses Stake presidency, plans

As the new stake president of the Shelley South Stake, Thomas Yearsley has received either congratulations or condolences.

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Honoring local veterans…

Ethan Groesbeck stands with local veterans honored with a picture on Firth High School’s walls. Pictured, from left to right are: Verle Kotter, U.S. Army Korean War, Sierra Keller U.S. Marine Corps, Groesbeck, and John Tucker US Navy Vietnam War. See story page 2. COURTESY PHOTO

Ethan Groesbeck stands with local veterans honored with a picture on Firth High School’s walls. Pictured, from left to right are: Verle Kotter, U.S. Army Korean War, Sierra Keller U.S.

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Principals discuss IRI results, weaknesses

Shelley elementary principals Robin Elswood and Ben Lemons reported that the Idaho Reading Indicator (IRI) students’ test results show that their students are doing well, but there are some doubts

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Firth district isn’t sweating make-up time for seniors

Firth School District #59 Board of Trustees received approval from the state to make up classroom hours missed due to weather closures.

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Shelley school district employees to require more training

Employees of Shelley Joint School District #60 will be required to take six hours of additional training per year.

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County IT gives further details on hack

A ransomware hack, which left Bingham County servers and computers unusable, took many, many hours to fix, and as of Feb. 23 the work still wasn’t complete.

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