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18
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City to send plowing alerts

The Shelley City Council approved a new snow plow alert be added to the city’s Textwire notification system.

Wed
18
Jan
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Scope of water project to change

The plan to increase production on well #5 will have to change after the City of Shelley discovered that a 16-inch pipe was not where it was placed on a map.

Wed
18
Jan
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Concerns for high school parking lot safety are brought to city’s attention

For quite some time, there has been controversy regarding the vehicles that are being parked on the south side of West Fir Street along the length of the Shelley High School.

Wed
18
Jan
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STEM center awards grant to North Bingham County District Library

The Idaho STEM Action Center just awarded more than a quarter-million dollars in PK12 grants to education professionals and organizations throughout the state — including $2,500 to fund a spring br

Wed
18
Jan
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Shelley Fire to add truck

Shelley Firth Rural Fire District Board of Commissioners Chairman Scott Searle said that a new fire truck will be added to the district’s fleet hopefully sometime this year.

Wed
18
Jan
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Copper Meadows approved, other county business

The Bingham County Board of Commissioners approved a new 48-lot subdivision to be built around Riverview Elementary School north of Shelley.

Wed
11
Jan
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Litchi tomato shows more promise toward PCN eradication

A pale cyst nemotode in a potato root is seen here under a microscope.

A cousin of the potato, the litchi tomato plant, is continuing to show researchers its effectiveness in controlling and perhaps eradicating the pale cyst nematode (PCN).

Wed
11
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Local school closure conditions explained

In Southeast Idaho, students experience a wide range of weather throughout the school year, but the winters tend to be the harshest.

Wed
11
Jan
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County makes public defender compromise

The Bingham County Board of Commissioners reached a compromise by adding a provision in a contract allowing public defenders to have further funding if their caseload exceeds a certain amount.

Wed
11
Jan
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Shelley plans to add over 100 homes

Shelley is growing as several housing developments are in progress.

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