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Wednesday August 05, 2015

Taxes may go up in Shelley
Citizens paying for taxes and city services in the City of Shelley might see their bills go up slightly.At a fiscal year 2015 to 2016 budget work meeting July 28 the Shelley City Council directed Clerk Sandy Gaydusek to go forward with her recommendation to increase the tax levy rate for Shelley by 3 percent to finance further road construction. ...

5K racers
Race c.jpgJanel Andersen cheers as her daughter Keauna crosses the finish line on the shoulders of cross-country coach Ryan Campbell. The 5K race was a benefit for Jacob Cox, who at age 12 just received a heart transplant. He was not able to attend the event since he will be in the hospital another month, but he was represented by his mother and ...

Boiler to be repaired at pool
The broken boiler at the Shelley City Pool will be repaired in the hopes that it will continue to run for a few more years. In the meantime, the Shelley City Council wants to know what the city residents want for the future of the pool.Mayor Stacy Pascoe announced that the city decided during a budget work session that it would be better to pay ...

Road work delayed, other Shelley business
Overlay work on roads in Shelley will take place a month later than previously planned.Public Works Director Chuck Lloyd reported to the Shelley City Council that HK Contractors, of Idaho Falls, said that, due to weather, a $196,766.01 project has been shelved for at least a month. The council also approved purchasing equipment at the July 28 ...

Little Buckaroos ready for action
If you’ve ever wanted to see young cowboys and cowgirls in action—riding sheep, milking goats, or chasing pigs—gallop over to the Firth Riverview Arena Aug. 7 and 8.Rodeo events are geared for children through age 12. Toddlers can even participate in the Stick Pony Race and the Ribbon Pull. The Chicken Scamble is for age 5 and under and no ...

Jail inmates to help with community garden
Bingham County Sheriff Craig Rowland is proposing that land in North Bingham County Park be designated as a garden so that inmates in the jail can grow vegetables to supplement their diets.“That’s something we’re looking in to,” said Bingham County Commissioner Whitney Manwaring. “The rest could be a community garden.”Manwaring said ...

Shelley receives notice of potential quiet title
The City of Shelley received notice that they may be a party in a quiet title civil suit to determine ownership of a plot of land near the East Idaho Regional Wastewater Authority (EIRWWA) and Shelley wastewater treatment plant.At the July 28 meeting of the Shelley City Council, Clerk Sandy Gaydusek explained that city attorney BJ Driscoll, who ...

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