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Pirates open with win over Grace

December 9, 2014
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By BRENNON HENDERSON  WS Sports Reporter DAYTON – The West Side boys’ basketball team opened their season last Wednesday with the Grace Grizzlies with a 58-46 win. Despite the team coming straight off a long football season, it found a way to win. “It wasn’t pretty, but we got the win,” said head coach...

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WS girls win, lose

December 9, 2014
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By BENNON HENDERSON  WS sports writer The Pirate girls had their work cut out for them last week, playing both American Falls and Firth. The girls beat the Beavers on Thursday and lost in a close game to Firth on Friday. This week they play Grace at home on Thursday and American Falls away...

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PHS girls split in openers

December 9, 2014
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By TERESA CHIPMAN  PHS sports writer Preston girls defeated Pocatello 42-35 at home on Dec. 2 in their first conference game of the season. On Saturday they lost to Century 44- 27 on the road. Their next game will be on Thursday in Tooele. And on Tuesday, Dec. 16, they will be at home...

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Indians sweep tourney

December 9, 2014
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By TERESA CHIPMAN  PHS sports writer The Indians had a great showing at the Red Lion Tournament in Elko, Nev., over the weekend, winning both games by large margins. They will travel to Logan this Friday and then host West Side in a cross-county rivalry on Saturday. Both varsity games begin at 7:30 p.m....

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Classifieds – Dec. 10, 2014

December 9, 2014
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WORK Wanted Full-time Diesel mechanic Class 8 Truck & Trailer experienced. Pay Negotiable. Call 208-852-2044.   WANTED: Bear River Head Start Teacher Assistant for Preston, Idaho. F/T (6.5 hrs/day), fixed hours, 9 1/2 mo/yr. Benefits. CDA or Head Start volunteer preferred with minimum 1 year experience with young children in early childhood setting. Must...

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Oneida dam issue resurfaces

December 9, 2014
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By LIS STEWART Reporter for the Herald Journal   There’s a debate going on about a proposed dam in the Oneida Narrows in southern Idaho. Sound familiar? It should. It seems like only yesterday that the Idaho Department of Water Resources denied The Twin Lakes Canal Company (TLCC) a water permit for their desire...

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Shoplifting is not always a big city crime

December 6, 2014
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By LAURA STOKER  Citizen staff writer Editors note: The comments by admitted shop lifters came from contacts on Facebook.  Shoplifting is a problem everywhere and Preston, Idaho, is no exception. “Approximately 25 percent of shoplifters are children, 75 percent are adults,” states NASP, The National Association for Shoplifting Prevention. “There is no profile of...

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WS commended

December 6, 2014
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor DAYTON – A team of State Department of Education (SDE) officials has commended West Side School District for demonstrating effective implementation of “Nine Characteristics of High Performing Schools.” SDE comments focused on how characteristics are embedded in daily practices and are part of the norm of operations in...

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RR lights waiting for switch, power

December 5, 2014
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor DAYTON – A second set of warning lights on Highway 36 at a railroad crossing near Dayton have been installed and they should be operational as soon as a switch for a junction box arrives from Union Pacific. When that equipment arrives, Rocky Mountain Power plans to run...

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Clarkston Young Women helping Preston pantry

December 5, 2014
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor A group of Clarkston young women are in the middle of a food drive that will benefit the Preston Community Food Pantry. The Clarkston LDS 2nd Ward’s Young Women’s group has been collecting non-perishable food for the local pantry for the past several weeks and plans to deliver...

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