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Fires unlikely to change late-summer hunts

September 3, 2015
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IDAHO FISH AND GAME  People heading out for late-summer hunts may see some road and trail restrictions caused by wildfires, but hunters are reminded Idaho Fish and Game rarely alters hunts or offers rain checks for controlled hunt tags because of fires. Fires typically affect only a portion of a hunting unit and are...

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Labor Day, the industrial view

September 3, 2015
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By CLAUDIA ERICKSON  Once upon a time there was a reason for the holiday we call Labor Day. The first Monday of each September is rarely thought of as anything more than some extra playtime in our society of today. The day came about more than 125 years ago, set into law to calm...

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Reservoir closings, Sept. 7

September 2, 2015
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By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor Quagga mussel inspection stations will be going away on Tuesday, Sept. 7, and so will access to area reservoirs with recreational boats or water craft with ballasts. The allocated money has run out for the inspection stations and the busiest time of the year for use of the...

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VW open house set

September 2, 2015
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor An open house to introduce Valley Wide Co-op members and the general public to a new agronomics fertilizer plant, storage and office building in Preston will be held on Sept. 3 from 5-8 p.m. Ryan Hull, local agronomics manager, said tours will be given throughout the evening and...

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Worm Creek Opera House

September 2, 2015
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Worm Creek Opera House: Fantastic 4        

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Residents give big to fire victims

September 2, 2015
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Collection from citizens bound for displaced Idahoans fills semi trailer  By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor Frank Priestly, of Franklin, visited communities ravaged by forest fires from Aug. 18-21, in an official capacity as President of Idaho Farm Bureau Insurance. Despite the bleak conditions, thousands of acreage burned, animals and homes destroyed, the Idahoans...

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Area campgrounds ready for end-of-summer crowds

September 2, 2015
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor Potable water will be available at Willow Flat and Albert Moser campgrounds for the Labor Day holiday weekend, said Forest Service officials. Potable water will also be at Emigration Canyon and the Resource, Conservation and Development (RC&D) campgrounds, now under supervision of the Forest Service. “There are no...

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Classifieds – Sept. 2, 2015

September 1, 2015
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  WORK FedEx Ground Delivery Driver. Looking or both FT and PT drivers. REQUIRED min of 1 yr in the last 3, or 5 yrs in the last 10, driving similar type van, box truck, or larger vehicle. 21yrs or older. Must have clean driving record. Able to lift large pckgs. Must pass drug/background...

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Crapo: 130 cities visited

September 1, 2015
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor Idaho Republican Senator Mike Crapo visited Preston and surrounding communities last week as part of an effort to visit every incorporated town and city in the state. He told a group at Preston City Hall Thursday afternoon that people think government has grown too large, dictates and controls...

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News of Record – Sept. 2, 2015

September 1, 2015
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Preston Police Department  Law Incident Media Summary Report, Aug. 19-26, 2015  Terminated 911 call, Aug. 12 – Police responded to a 911 hang-up call. Property damage, Aug. 19 – Police investigated a report of graffiti. Vehicle burglary, Aug. 19 – Police investigated a report of vehicle burglary. Suspicious person, Aug. 19 – Police arrested...

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