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Fuller publishes book on markers

January 19, 2013
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Fuller chronicled all of the historical markers and monuments she could find in the county and is publishing them in a book.

By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor Myrna Fuller has been working on her book, “Monuments, Markers and Points of Interest in Franklin County,” for the past two years. Fuller has been up in the mountains, down in the valleys and across every trail, road and highway to record local historical points. Each one has...

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New wrestling coach has extensive background

January 19, 2013
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By ELLEN GREGORY For The Citizen Dustin Olsen, one of Preston High School’s most accomplished wrestlers, has taken the reins of Preston’s wrestling team this year and has high hopes for the future of its program. Olsen wrestled his way to three state championships in a row during his high school career and he...

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Weston to get new playground

January 18, 2013
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By CITIZEN STAFF  WESTON – Recreation right now may center around sledding and building snow castles in Weston. But come warmer weather, a new playground will add more chances for fun among Weston’s youngsters and young at heart. “We will be installing new playground equipment this spring,” said Weston Mayor Camille Larsen. In the...

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Wet weather necessary for valley farmers this coming summer

January 18, 2013
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL Assistant editor It’s too early yet to hit the panic button about lack of significant snowfall and moisture in the northern end of Cache Valley. But officials say unless wet conditions materialize in coming weeks, there is a mounting cause for concern. Lauritz Smith, water master for Twin Lakes Canal...

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Dayton water-line fix behind rate hike

January 18, 2013
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By CITIZEN STAFF  DAYTON – The $2 a month hike in water rates for Dayton water users, last year, will go toward fixing one of the city’s 1930s-era water lines, its mayor said. “We’re looking into redoing the (water) line through the tunnel and down the hill (to our) number one spring,” Mayor Dee...

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Storm clears air: Pollution levels expected to rise midweek

January 17, 2013
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL Assistant editor Air pollution levels in Franklin County improved on Friday from the bad-to-good category because of a strong winter storm that pushed through the area. But how long the air stays good is questionable. The stagnant, poor air people in Franklin County experienced last week improved dramatically on Friday...

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Franklin officials hear protests

January 17, 2013
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By JEAN CARTER Citizen staff writer A small group of Franklin City residents attended the Franklin City Council meeting to protest the legality of the city hiring former Mayor Jeremy Kimpton as city administrator. Recently the city created the position of administrator, due to more complexities of city government and state and federal regulations....

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Pepperidge gives $5,000 to Food Pantry

January 16, 2013
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor A $5,000 check was presented to the Preston Community Food Bank by officials from Pepperidge Farm’s Richmond plant on Wednesday and the monies will help pay for a compressor in a walk-in freezer. The check was presented by Pepperidge Farm human resource supervisor Sharel Cundick to Steve Aust,...

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Offices close for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

January 16, 2013
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL Assistant editor Preston City, Franklin County, state and federal offices will be closed on Monday in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Area banks and post office branches will also be closed that day. However, most retailers will remain open. The Franklin County landfill will be closed that day...

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Cold temps. are expected to continue

January 16, 2013
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Stay bundled up for the next seven-to-10 days. The temperatures in Franklin County are not expected to get above freezing for quite some time. The Weather Channel predicts the first day of 32-degree high temperatures will begin on Jan. 28 and stay at freezing until the end of the month. A little global warming...

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