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Seare thanked by students

December 20, 2014
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   At last week’s PHS Christmas Concert (Dec. 10), choir director Paul Seare received an iPad as an early Christmas present from his a cappella choir members who thanked him for all of his hard work. He was speechless.

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Southeastern Idaho Public Health offers free tobacco cessation program

December 19, 2014
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Southeastern Idaho Public Health is pleased to offer community members an opportunity to join the Fresh Start Tobacco Cessation Program. Fresh Start is a program that takes you through the quitting process one step at a time in a supportive environment. It offers a method for quitting based on the premise that smoking is...

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Zoning change affects county

December 19, 2014
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor Franklin County Commissioners approved an amendment to a zoning ordinance following a public hearing on Monday that will allow residential building on unimproved county roads. But the amendment comes with several conditions that will be attached to building permits and deeds to properties, according to County Commissioner Scott...

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Larson resigns from Preston post

December 18, 2014
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL Assistant editor   Long-time city councilman Neal Larson has resigned from his position and his letter of resignation was accepted by the city council at its meeting on Monday. Larson has been involved with Preston City government for at least 13 years. He served four years as mayor and has...

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Seasonal roads to be closed

December 18, 2014
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor Several seasonal roads in Franklin County will be closed to vehicular traffic in three days time. Enforcement of road-closed ordinances will begin. County Commissioner Scott Workman said if complaints are called in to the sheriff’s department citations will be issued, even though there has been little snow recently....

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Young Women donate 1,000 items

December 18, 2014
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor A group of Clarkston young women last week brought approximately 1,000 food items they had collected to the Preston Community Food Pantry and helped unload and stock them on shelves at the facility. The Clarkston LDS 2nd Ward Young Women’s group has been collecting non-perishable food for the...

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Worm Creek Opera House

December 17, 2014
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Worm Creek Opera House: Night at the Museum    

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Warm December golfing

December 17, 2014
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 Cole Lindsay, (l) Smithfield, Utah, and his golfing buddy Tyler Robbins, also of Smithfield, get ready to golf at the Preston course last week during an unusually warm December afternoon. The two were enjoying temperatures in the low 60s and said they come up to Preston often and enjoy playing the course. This story...

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Painting by feeling

December 17, 2014
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By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor Painting a portrait of Christ might be a daunting task for some artists, but for Brent Borup of Preston, it has become devotion to something he feels strongly about since moving to Preston almost six years ago. He is just beginning to see the fruits of the risk...

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News of Record – Dec. 17, 2014

December 16, 2014
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Preston Police Department  Law Incident Media Summary Report, Dec. 3-10, 2014  Fraud, Dec. 4 – Police investigated a report of fraud. Family dispute, Dec. 4 – Police responded to a family dispute call. Criminal mischief, Dec. 4 – Police investigated a report of a broken window at Franklin County High School. Retail theft, Dec....

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