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Girls preparing for new basketball season

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The 2017 high school girl’s basketball season will begin on Nov. 15 for both Shelley and Firth High Schools.

Shelley Lady Russets

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2017 Christmas tree permits on sale now

(USFS)—IDAHO FALLS, ID:Caribou-Targhee National Forest Christmas tree permit sales are again in full swing for the holiday season.

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USDA Announces Enrollment Period for Safety Net Coverage in 2018

(USDA)—WASHINGTON, Oct. 30, 2017 – The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that starting Nov.

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Firth School District awarded $22,127 USDA grant

A.W. Johnson Elementary School of the Firth School District, has been awarded a $22,127.50 USDA Equipment Assistance Grant, to purchase a combo walk-in cooler/freezer Oct. 27.

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Senior Center collecting coats for the community

Denine Wong’s church in Utah held an annual clothing exchange.

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Elk reduction program begins Oct. 28

(NPS)—MOOSE, WY-The 2017 elk reduction program begins Saturday, October 28 in Grand Teton National Park.

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Pheasant season opened in southern, eastern Idaho on Saturday, Oct. 21

(IDFG)—WMAs will be stocked with birds, and a new youth pheasant hunting spot opens in northern Idaho.

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Firth school board looks to repair leaky roof

The Firth School District #59 Board of Trustees is moving forward to repair a leaky roof at Firth Middle School after talking with a representative from their strategic planning committee during th

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Westergard becomes youth ambassador, crowned Miss Gate City

Lexie Westergard, a freshman at Shelley High School, heads to San Diego this weekend to dance in a gala for the non-profit organization Natural High, for which she is a youth ambassador.

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EIRWWA project to move forward

The Eastern Idaho Regional Wastewater Authority (EIWWA) is ready to move to the next step in the water recharge project, but they need permission from the city of Shelley to do so.

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