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Wednesday February 25, 2015

City of Shelley considers quiet title
The City of Shelley may proceed with a quiet title lawsuit to be able to allow a judge to consider who owns a piece of property near the city’s wastewater treatment plant.During the Feb. 10 Shelley City Council meeting, city attorney B.J. Driscoll said that he believes the option may be the best for the city, with unknown — perhaps multiple ...

Firth District prepared for IEN blackout
Firth School District #61 Superintendent Sid Tubbs says that the school district has two contingency plans when service ends from the Idaho Education Network.According to reports from the Associated Press, the Idaho Education Network’s service was scheduled to end Feb. 22, after judges declared the $60 million broadband contract to be illegal. ...

Retired police officer offers tips for personal safety
Kevin Pettingill, who retired from the Idaho Falls Police Department last year, would like to teach every woman in southeast Idaho about safety.“It’s quite a passion of mine to make women in this area feel that they can be safe,” he said.Pettingill was in Shelley on Tuesday and Thursday night, speaking to both youth and adults about ...

Shelley home gets burglarized, family loses cash, guns, jewelry and more
Mark and Lanette Bolander, who live just south of Shelley, had their home broken into Sunday, Feb. 8 and lost more than $1,000 in cash, guns, tools, jewelry and other items.Lanette Bolander left her home briefly that afternoon, and at first didn’t realize there was a break-in. But when she walked into her bedroom, she found drawers and boxes ...


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