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Indians at Century tonight, Blackfoot Friday

February 3, 2016
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By TERESA CHIPMAN  Citizen sports writer Preston travels to Century on Wednesday, Feb. 3, at 7:30 p.m. The Diamondbacks are playing well and will have their full roster available, making this a much different game than the last meeting of the rival teams. It will be like playing a different team and should be...

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News of Record – Feb. 3, 2016

February 2, 2016
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Preston Police Department  Jan. 20: Investigated a two-car crash with minor damages and no injuries. The driver was cited for failure to pull-out safely. Investigated the odor of a gas leak. Investigated an open 911 call. Cited two adults for encouraging a minor to break the law, and two juveniles for minor consumption of...

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Classifieds – Feb. 3, 2016

February 2, 2016
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  WORK Building contractor needs worker immediately. Experienced or will train. Call Craig Jensen 208-251-8531   WEST SIDE SCHOOL DISTRICT is currently accepting applications for SECONDARY TEACHERS in Mathematics, English, Social Studies, Science, Business Education, and Physical Education. Also accepting applications for ELEMENTARY TEACHERS. Phone: 208-747-3502, Email: sphillips@westside202.com Certified Applications online at: www.westside202.com  ...

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Burning house opens window to past

January 30, 2016
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A window into the past is opened when an 103-year-old home at 1400 N. State, Preston, is razed by
fire last week.

By NECIA P. SEAMONS  Citizen editor After decades of sitting empty except for the raccoons that inhabited it, the home of Charles and Flossie Stokes was disposed of by one of their grandsons early on the morning of Jan. 19. As he watched flames raze the building he used to ride his bike around...

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Lady Pirates slay Dragons

January 30, 2016
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Mattie Creager evades a Dragon and the Lady Pirates beat Malad, 48 to 34.

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Election process begins with March 8 preliminaries

January 29, 2016
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By CHARLES CHESNEY  Citizen staff writer Election preliminaries for the November national elections are starting. Absentee voting is now open for the March 8 primaries for president, as well as for local political candidates. At this time the Republican, Democrat, Libertarian, and Constitution parties are making their preliminary candidate selections prior to the actual...

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Girl Scouts partner with United Dairymen of Idaho to provide milk and cookies to local food pantry

January 29, 2016
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This year, when Girl Scout Cookie fans purchase their favorite boxes of cookies, they can provide milk to the Idaho Foodbank. There has always been an option for customers to donate a box of Girl Scout Cookies through the “Cookies from the Heart” program. Girl Scouts of Silver Sage donate these boxes to the...

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Library features Nathalie Warrick’s painting

January 29, 2016
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By NECIA P. SEAMONS  Citizen editor A painting by the late Nathalie Anna Carlson Warrick, has been hung in the Larsen- Sant Library which is featuring the work of local artists this year. Warrick, who passed away in the Franklin County Nursing Home in 1991, at the age of 94, began painting in her...

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PSD thanks long-term staff

January 29, 2016
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Preston School District recently honored staff members who had been employed for 19 years and more. Pictured are Valynn Anderson, (20 years), Terri Green (21 years), Marie Larsen (21 years), Shelley Olson (21 years), Janell Durrant (19 years), Laura Jensen, Geniel Lyons (23 years), Tamra Sessions (23 years), Debbie Poole (25 years), Ann Hansen...

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Technical training can pay for college

January 28, 2016
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By NECIA P. SEAMONS  Citizen editor A university degree isn’t always the best goal for graduating seniors, said Rachel Madsen, local administrator of the Southeastern Idaho Technical Charter School (SEITec) at the Preston School District last Wednesday. Sixty-six percent of high school graduates attend a university and 25 percent of those graduates actually get...

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