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Firth schools look forward to new music teacher

The Firth School District #59 Board of Trustees decided to add a secondary music class to students’ electives.

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Flows increasing from Reclamation dams on the Snake River

The Bureau of Reclamation increased flows in the Snake River below Palisades Dam from 3,300 cubic-feet-per-second to approximately 6,450 cfs on Feb. 27.

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Basalt gets good news on grant, loan applications

The Basalt City Council heard encouraging news from its engineer Paul Socresby, of Sheiss and Associates, that its application for a $350,000 grant is going forward.

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Flooding and snow has road and bridge scrambling

Bingham County Public Works Administrator Randy Ghezzi said Feb. 23 that he couldn’t predict what the Road and Bridge crews will be doing on a daily basis.

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EIRWWA informed about arsenic

Alan Giesbrecht, PE, of J-U-B Engineers, Inc., told the Eastern Idaho Regional Wastewater Board of Directors Feb.

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Planning for Firth sewer proceeding this spring

The City of Firth will “make haste slowly” to find funding for a planned sewer upgrade.

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Bingham County recovering from cyberattack

Bingham County Board of Commissioners Chairman Ladd Carter said that, after a backup server went online, the county has recovered much of its data from a cyberattack .

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Shelley School District hires new business manager

Shelley Joint School District #60 Board of Trustees welcomed a new Business Manager to their team at a school board meeting held Feb. 16.

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EIRWWA entities want consistency

East Idaho Regional Wastewater Authority (EIRWWA) Board of Directors member Sean Colletti, Ammon councilman, said that the City of Ammon should not have unilaterally approved a discount on connecti

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Firth team qualifies for state Mock Trial

Firth ‘s mock trial team presents their case during the regional tournament in Pocatello. COURTESY PHOTO

Two Firth High School Mock Trial teams barged into the Bannock County Courthouse Saturday with a purpose—to win their case at the regional competition and try to qualify for state.

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