Powered by Max Banner Ads 

Blog Archives

Indians play tough against Bonneville, Madison

October 8, 2013
By

By TERESA CHIPMAN PHS sports writer   The boys soccer team had some tough competition at home last week against Bonneville and 5A Madison, and though close, the Indians came away with losses. Between those games the Indians had a breather against Pocatello. The victory completed a season sweep against the Northern Indians. The...

Read more »

County cannery attracts people from near and far

October 7, 2013
By
County cannery attracts people from near and far

By RODNEY D. BOAM Citizen editor   The Area Canning Center at 61 E.400 S. is in full swing. It may also be one of the biggest tourist draws to the county during the months of August to the end of October. Sid Olson, the facility scheduler, said. They probably have about a thousand...

Read more »

IF&G seeking information on August deer poaching

October 7, 2013
By

By RODNEY D. BOAM Citizen editor   Korey Owens, Idaho Fish and Game resident officer for the Franklin County area, is seeking information related to the killing of two young buck deer in August. One was poached the first week of August in the Oxford Loop area. The other was killed the last week...

Read more »

Keeton’s out for remainder of USU’s season

October 6, 2013
By
Keeton’s out for remainder of USU’s season

LOGAN, Utah – Utah State junior quarterback Chuckie Keeton will miss the remainder of the 2013 season after suffering a season-ending knee injury in his last game against BYU on Friday, Oct. 4, it was announced Saturday by USU head coach Matt Wells.   Copyright Preston Citizen/Greg Madson.  USU’s Chuckie Keeton was injured on...

Read more »

Russets mash Preston 35-7

October 5, 2013
By

By ROBERT S. MERRILL Assistant editor   The Shelley Russets mashed Preston Friday night, running away with the game in the second half of a non-district match-up. The final score was 35-7 for the 3A state defending champions. The Indians were tied with Shelley just before the first half ended. But with 12 seconds...

Read more »

Use of hunting ‘bait’ clarified

October 5, 2013
By
DEER CLIFF 2X4 10-2

By JENNIFER JACKSON  Regional conservation educator, IDFG With hunting season upon us, questions often come up about which species a sportsman can set bait for, or whether it is legal to harvest animals via the aid of a salt lick or artificial water source. To help clarify the use of bait in Idaho as...

Read more »

Aggies fall to Cougars in college football (photos)

October 5, 2013
By
Aggies fall to Cougars in college football (photos)

Utah State hosted in-state rival BYU on Friday, Oct. 4 in Logan. The Aggies were favored by five but it was the Cougars who came out hot, scoring a touchdown on an interception just 10 seconds into the game and never looked back. The Cougars won 31-14. Here are some photos from the game,...

Read more »

Man dies from car-pedestrian accident

October 4, 2013
By

A local man died at Portneuf Medical Center in Pocatello following a car-pedestrian accident on Tuesday morning on North State Street in Preston. Preston Police Chief Ken Geddes said Randy V. Douglass, 59, of Preston, was struck by a vehicle driven by Jeremy Smith, also of Preston, on Oct. 1 at 7:09 a.m. at...

Read more »

Historical novelist to sign books

October 4, 2013
By
FCMC -Home Care-Hospice  4X5 AD 8-7

By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor Robert Moss, an author of historical novels, will be at The Preston Citizen bookstore on Oct. 15 from noon to 1 p.m. to sign his books. That morning prior to the book signing, Moss will be interviewed by Alan White at 9:05 a.m. on KACH Radio. One of...

Read more »

Singles conference set for Oct. 17-20

October 3, 2013
By
FCRD SECRETARIAL 3X4 10-2

The Regional Singles Conference for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will be held on Oct. 17-20, at the Logan Temple and USU Institute of Religion. The conference attracts single members from all over Cache Valley. Thursday evening, a devotional and temple night will be held at the Logan LDS Temple. Area...

Read more »


 Powered by Max Banner Ads 

Winter Sports