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City applying for grants for bike path, road improvements

Three grants are in the works for Shelley, and Mayor Stacy Pascoe introduced them at the Oct. 24 city council meeting.

Wed
01
Nov
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Bingham County elections

Election season is officially here, and the ballots are set.

Wed
01
Nov
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Firth prepares for upcoming Veterans Assembly

Two students from Firth High School have worked tirelessly since summer to put together this year’s Veterans Day assembly, which will be held Nov. 9.

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Nov
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NOAA predicts La Niña for the second straight year

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released their U.S. winter outlook, Oct. 19, and have predicted La Niña-type conditions for the second year in a row.

Wed
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Nov
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Hank Smith inspires local teens

Popular LDS author and motivational speaker Hank Smith travelled to Shelley last week, using his keen humor to inspire, uplift and discuss important issues.

Wed
25
Oct
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Evelyn Harris teaches positive experience on organ

When asked how many teenagers she has helped to play the organ in church over the years, Evelyn Harris just shrugs.

Dozens? Hundreds? She doesn’t know.

Wed
25
Oct
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New teacher takes over teen tech

Growing up, Jake Lofgreen experimented on his family’s computer, worked a job to purchase his own software, and read a lot of books to learn programming, coding and robotics.

Wed
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Oct
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District No. 60 raises substitute teacher wages

The Shelley Joint School District No. 60 Board of Trustees motioned to increase substitute teacher pay by ten dollars, at the public meeting Oct. 18.

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Oct
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Firth School considers student drug testing policy

The Firth School District No. 59 Board of Trustees is considering a student drug testing policy for those involved in extracurricular activities.

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25
Oct
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Firth council reviews amended sewer study

The Firth City Council is reviewing a draft of the amended sewer study and will vote on its contents during its meeting next month.

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