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Cedar Creek may seek to fit more windmills on Diamond Ridge

The Bingham County Board of Commissioners told the Bureau of Land Management that they didn’t have a problem with a waiver submitted to the federal department by Cedar Creek Wind Energy, LLC, regar

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ITD hopes to complete State Street repair by September

The Idaho Transportation Department will try to complete a needed repair of Shelley’s stretch of U.S. Highway 91, also known as State Street, before the Eastern Idaho State Fair.

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Shelley girl wins international photo contest

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Kate Anderson, 12, of Shelley, has won a National Geographic Kids international photo contest.

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Drama rehearses for upcoming play, prepares for ISU festival

Shelley High School’s Drama Club is rehearsing a musical play, “Into the Woods,” to open March 9.

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FFA students attend Western Stock show

Shelley’s FFA students learn about highland cattle during a recent trip to Denver. COURTESY PHOTO

A dancing horse show, a feedlot with 70,000 head, and the PRCA rodeo topped the itinerary for Shelley High School’s FFA trip to Denver in January.

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Outdoor burning in Idaho: DEQ answers your questions

(DEQ)—Throughout the year, the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) receives numerous questions from Idahoans asking which items can be burned outdoors.

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Shelley City Council addresses request to decrease right of way

Robert Johnson, of Shelley, petitioned Shelley City Council to narrow Ash Street’s right of way so that his already steep, private driveway doesn’t have to be shortened.

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Shelley snow budget still in good shape

Despite high snow piles and weekly plowing, the Shelley Public Works snow removal budget still has some money left.

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Fair scholarships available

(EISF)—The Eastern Idaho State Fair, in partnership with Butler Amusements, Inc., is pleased to offer six $1,000 scholarships to 2017 graduating seniors with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.

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Natural Helpers show how much they care

Shelley Natural Helpers host the Junior Russet Olympics at Hobbs Middle School. COURTESY PHOTO

The Shelley Natural Helpers are a group of students dedicated to bettering their fellow students, schools and community.

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