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Court date set for Austin

January 14, 2016
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Cade Austin, 30, made his first formal court appearance last week with his attorney, Bryan Galloway. A Feb. 2 court date was set for the hearing, where prosecutors will be required to present evidence against him. Austin is accused of shooting at emergency medical personnel who responded to a crash scene to help him...

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New windows for Whitney Church

January 14, 2016
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Technicians working with Eagle Environmental Inc., out of Salt Lake City removed asbestos-lined windows out of the Whitney LDS Church building last week. Although all windows in the building were replaced last week, only about a dozen required Eagle Environmental’s expertise, said Clinton Park, manager of the job. Those were the oldest windows in...

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JV boys play

January 14, 2016
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The Indian’s JV basketball team fell to Logan, 55-74, on Jan. 4, then won Burley, 61-30, on Jan. 5.

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Lady Pirates fall

January 14, 2016
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Breanna Lind and Devin Kent scramble for a loose ball against Soda Springs. West Side had 33 turnovers and lost by nine points.

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Preston Citizen looking for writers

January 13, 2016
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The Preston Citizen is looking for additional writers to cover feature articles as well as city council meetings in Franklin, Weston, and Dayton. Persons interested in doing so may contact the newspaper’s editor, Necia Seamons, at 208-852-0155, Tuesday through Friday.

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City treasurer retires unexpectedly

January 13, 2016
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By CHARLES CHESNEY  Citizen staff writer In a move that surprised many Preston City employees and friends, Jerry Larsen, Preston City Treasurer, retired on Thursday, Jan. 7. Larsen had served as the city treasurer for 20 years, and had long spoken of retirement, however, he had not made public the exact timing. His letter...

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Pirates take Grizzlies

January 13, 2016
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Shayler Thain drives towards the basket in the game against Rich.

By ANNIE ENGLAND  Citizen sports writer As districts quickly approach, the West Side Pirates are working hard to make their way to the top. This past week they played two games against Grace and Rich. Though they weren’t able to win against Rich, the Pirates were able to beat the Grace Grizzlies. In the...

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Indians head into district tournaments

January 13, 2016
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By TERESA CHIPMAN  Citizen sports writer The Indians are on a roll and they hope it continues into their first district games of the season. On Tuesday, Jan. 12, they faced Century at home (score not available at press time). Tomorrow, Jan. 14, they travel to Rigby to face the defending State Champions and then...

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Long lines for lottery tickets

January 13, 2016
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Jo Lynn Olsen hands Penny Wick the tickets she hopes will win the record breaking Powerball lottery jackpot last weekend. Wick and the long line of people behind her were hopeful they would choose the numbers that would net them the record-breaking $1.3 billion (as of press time) prize.

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VIDEO: PHS boys’ basketball vs Burley on Jan. 5, 2016

January 12, 2016
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Jan. 5, 2016 – PHS boys took on Burley in basketball Story and video by Teresa Chipman

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