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Bypass bridge will be ready soon over Snake River Valley Canal

Drivers heading north to Idaho Falls on U.S. Highway 91 will soon make a slight curve onto a bypass bridge at the Snake River Valley Canal, before continuing down the road.

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300-ton transformer coming to Goshen Substation

A transformer that measures 9 feet tall, 40 feet long and weighing 588,000 pounds will be placed in the Goshen Substation in February 2018.

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Dial, Westergard vie for Shelley City Council seat

Incumbent Shelley City Councilwoman Kim Westergard will face a challenger on Election Day Nov. 7 who is familiar to the city.

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Regional combined potato crop valued at $1.96 billion for 2016

(USDA)—The final value of Idaho’s 2016 potato crop was $968 million, up 6 percent from 2015.

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Comments being taken for proposed hunting rules changes

(Idaho Fish and Game)—Several proposed rules recently adopted by the Idaho Fish and Game Commission was published on Oct. 4 in the Idaho Administrative Bulletin.

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Deadline nears for taxpayers with filing extensions

(Idaho State Tax Commission)—If you haven’t filed your 2016 Idaho state income taxes, the clock is ticking.

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SBAC tests show drop in scores

How do you convince students to do well on a test that ultimately has no consequences on their future?

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Insurance department releases 2018 final individual health insurance rates

(Idaho Department of Insurance)—The Idaho Department of Insurance on Sept. 29 released the final 2018 premium rates for the majority of the individual health plans.

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History in the park…

Shalene Henderson and Sheridan Summers talk share stories of mountain men and Native Americans culture with students Thursday at North Bingham County Historical Park on Sept. 28.

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Firth District getting closer to a drug testing policy

A committee on Sept. 14 presented the Firth School District #59 Board of Trustees with a proposed policy on how students in Firth High School should be drug tested.

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