The Shelley Pioneer is published every Wednesday.

Wednesday September 17, 2014

Cook honored for school service
There are some rewards for voluntary service as a member of a local school board, like the knowledge that you are trying to do the best for the education of the young people in the community while making the best use of the taxpayers’ money. But Firth trustee Barlow Cook recently earned another kind of reward for his 17 years of service. During ...

Christensen to lead Spud Day Parade Saturday
Eric R. Christensen has been in the Spud Day Parade for 24 years, while he held elected office. He was Shelley mayor for half of that time, following the tenure of Mayor Phil Worlton. He is no stranger to throwing candy to an excited crowd from the parade route. But this year, Christensen will serve as the parade's grand marshal for the first ...

Shelley Education Foundation presents books to library
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New activities planned for Spud Day
Spud Day activities kick off tonight with the Miss Russet Pageant at the Idaho Falls Civic Auditorium at 7 p.m. This year’s program will feature dozens of younger girls as part of the Sweet Potatoes. (See pageant stories on pages 2 and 4.)The Tater Trot for kids ages 2-12 starts Friday at 3: 30 p.m. at the Shelley High School track. Saturday ...

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