Powered by Max Banner Ads 

Blog Archives

Ebanez account established

September 7, 2014
By

By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor For those doing the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, there is an account set up at Ireland Bank to help with expenses associated with the illness. Guy Ebanez, Clifton, suffers from the disease. Ebanez, a coach on the West Side and former Franklin County juvenile services director, suffers from...

Read more »

One dove too many

September 6, 2014
By
A few of a flock of Eurasian collard doves take refuge in a valley Box Elder tree recently. The
birds can be hunted year round and there is no bag limit.

The Eurasian collard dove has taken the valley by storm     By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor   There is an invasive bird population that is growing at an incredible rate in Northern Utah, Southeast Idaho and across the country. The Eurasian collard dove have taken the valley by storm this year said Utah...

Read more »

Beckstead living his dream

September 5, 2014
By

Wade Denniston, Logan Herald Journal   Life couldn’t be better for Mitch Beckstead these days. He’s playing the game he loves, for the school he loves, which is all he’s ever wanted to do since he could remember. “That was my dream,” said Beckstead, a starting linebacker for Idaho State. “You look back at...

Read more »

Dove hunters will have longer season

September 5, 2014
By
640X100 AUTOS208 mobile

Many hunters are gearing up for a longer mourning dove season in Idaho. The season began on Monday, Sept. 1, and will continue through Oct. 30. The bag limits have been increased from 10 mourning doves per day and 30 in possession to 15 per day and 45 in possession. There is no season...

Read more »

Railroad warning lights in Dayton to be installed

September 5, 2014
By
640X100 AUTOS208 mobile

By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor DAYTON – Installation of a second set of warning lights on Highway 36 at a railroad crossing near Dayton should be completed this fall. Franklin County Commissioner Scott Workman said the project was envisioned several months ago, following a fatal accident involving a county truck and a Union...

Read more »

Company interested in building fertilizer plant

September 4, 2014
By
cit scout ad

By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor A representative from Valley Wide Co-op was told on Wednesday by Preston’s Planning and Zoning Commission that property the company is interested in on 800 North is zoned commercial. Valley Wide is considering building a fertilizer plant on property at approximately 300 West on 800 North between Stotz...

Read more »

WS gets $20,000 Monsanto grant

September 4, 2014
By
cit TWO MAD BLACK MORMONS 3X5 9-3

By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor DAYTON – The West Side School District recently received a $20,000 grant from Monsanto and the majority of the monies will be used to purchase school safety software to help prevent bullying. “Part of this effort has already been completed when Milton Creagh presented a workshop for students...

Read more »

Photo gallery West Side football team beats Firth 14-8

September 3, 2014
By
Photo gallery West Side football team beats Firth 14-8

Photos by SHANE LIND

Read more »

Miners beat Preston 32-14

September 3, 2014
By

        By Adam Spencer, The Park Record   PARK CITY – It didn’t take long for the Park City High School football team to establish its dominance on Friday night at Dozier Field. Taking on a team from Preston, the Miners scored early and often en route to a 32-14 victory....

Read more »

WS tech advance

September 3, 2014
By
POP N PINS 3x4 9-3

By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor DAYTON – All students in grades six-12 in the West Side School District have been equipped with iPads this school year. West Side Superintendent Spencer Barzee said before students received their devices, parents were required to attend a parent meeting. Trevor Jensen, who teaches in the middle school,...

Read more »


 Powered by Max Banner Ads 

Fall Sports