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Flooding threat looms for East Idaho

The cold, wet winter has packed the mountains and piled the valleys with snow. Eventually it must all melt.

Wed
01
Feb
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Shelley to proceed with water tank design

The Shelley City Council agreed to consider a contract with Dave Noel, of Forsgren Associates, to design an 800,000-gallon water tank in anticipation of a water project.

Wed
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Jan
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Shelley Post Office asks for snow help

Shelley U.S. Postmaster Charles Parkhurst keeps the sidewalks in front of the Post office clear of snow Jan. 20. NAOMI VERSEY/The Shelley Pioneer

Snow and ice have caused a great deal of inconvenience for everyone this winter.

Wed
25
Jan
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Shelley Senior Citizen Center invites participation in wellness

Shelley Senior Citizen Center Site Director Denine Wong and Intern instructor Josh Wilde demonstrate the various exercises done every Tuesday and Thursday at the center. NAOMI VERSEY/The Shelley Pioneer

Shelley’s Senior Citizen Center offers fit and fall proof classes weekly. These classes are open to all ages, not just the patrons of the center.

Wed
25
Jan
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Shelley reappoints department heads

As we entered this New Year, the Shelley City Council approved the reappointment of all the existing city department liaisons and voted for all current council members to remain in their elected po

Wed
25
Jan
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More land declared PCN infested

Another 150 acres of land in Bingham County has been found to contain the potato pest called pale cyst nematode (PCN).

Wed
25
Jan
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Pascoe questions Ammon’s EIRWWA fees

Laith Sheets, left, presents the preliminary plat for Copper Meadows to the Eastern Idaho Regional Wastewater Board of Directors Jan. 19 in Shelley. The board approved the connection to their system and covered many other items in the meeting. Pictured are, from left to right, Sheets, Regional Manager Scott Barry, Shelley Mayor Stacy Pascoe, Bonneville County Commissioner Roger Christensen, and Bingham County Commissioner Mark Bair, not pictured is Ammon Councilman Russell Slack. CHARLIE VANLEUVEN/The Shelley Pioneer

Shelley Mayor Stacy Pascoe said at a meeting of the East Idaho Regional Wastewater Authority Board of Directors Jan.

Wed
25
Jan
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Oxbow plant to receive upgrade

The Eastern Idaho Regional Wastewater Authority Oxbow plant in Shelley will receive an upgrade to comply with stricter EPA limits for phosphorous discharge.

Wed
25
Jan
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Snake River Valley bridge construction pushed back

A planned replacement of a bridge over the Snake River Valley Canal will take place a year later than originally reported.

Wed
18
Jan
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Shelley prepares alternate funding options for water tank project

Shelley City Council members met Jan. 10 to consider different ways to fund Shelley’s new water tank project, in case the grant they applied for doesn’t get approved.

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