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West Side comes up just short of state title

November 24, 2013
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Jason Turner, Logan Herald Journal POCATELLO, Idaho — West Side now knows exactly how Firth felt a week ago. Six days removed from a thrilling 24-18 overtime victory over the Cougars, it was the Pirates who suffered heartbreak this time around. Stegan Garner scored his second touchdown of the game midway through the fourth...

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November Share-A Meal to be held Nov. 27

November 24, 2013
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By STEVE AUST Share A Meal organizer The Share-A-Meal dinner for November will be a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, with smoked turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy, vegetables and pumpkin pie. The meal will be served from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday Nov. the 27, at the Fellowship Hall of the Preston Presbyterian Community...

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Remembering Cattani

November 24, 2013
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By CLAUDIA ERICKSON Citizen staff writer Some new books were donated to the libraries in our community. These are given as a memorial to the life of Karla Geddes Cattani, who passed away in a tragic accident last winter. The books were purchased with funds provided by her friends of the community and colleagues...

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Aggies Collar Bulldogs Of Mississippi State, 87-68, Saturday

November 23, 2013
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Medlin Paces Three USU Players In Double-Digits As Aggies Lead From Start-To-Finish For First 4-0 Starts Since 2008-09 USU Sports Information LOGAN, Utah – Senior guard Preston Medlin led three players in double-figure scoring with a game-high 21 points to pace Utah State men’s basketball to an 87-68 win over Mississippi State, as the...

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USU football blanks Rams

November 23, 2013
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Utah State Football Records First Shutout in a Decade With 13-0 Win Against Colorado State By USU Sports Information LOGAN, Nev. – Senior running back Joey DeMartino had a career-high 35 carries for 127 yards and Utah State’s defense limited Colorado State to just 38 yards rushing in posting its first shutout since 2003...

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Holiday Boutique: An early Christmas for auxiliary

November 23, 2013
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By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor Franklin County Medical Center held their Holiday Boutique at the Preston High School on Saturday with hundreds of people visiting over 35 booths with gifts, food and entertainment. Officials from FCMC said the event surpassed their expectations. It seemed like a lot of people had a good time...

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Dahle honored as citizen of the year by Farm Bureau

November 23, 2013
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By JEAN CARTER  Citizen staff writer The Franklin County Farm Bureau held it’s annual awards banquet last Thursday night, where Marci Bingham was named Woman of the Year; Cloteele Dahle receIved Citizen of the Year and Taite Priestley was presented a check for $50, for his photography. Taite, the son of David and Amy...

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Won seat by four votes

November 23, 2013
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By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor OXFORD – In the incorporated town of Oxford, city council incumbents Claire Hatch and Phyllis Murphy each won by four votes apiece. That’s because there were only four, out of 50, residents who showed up at the polls last week to cast their vote. A few years back,...

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Hunger Games Premiere a success (Photo Files)

November 22, 2013
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Hunger Games Premiere a success (Photo Files)

The Leader and the Preston Citizen combined forces for an all out “Hunger Games” extravaganza Thursday night at University Theater in Logan. Fans of the movies and books dressed their favorite parts and were entered to win over $3,000 worth of prizes as well as a costume contest. Jared Gregersen from Logan was the...

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Retiring Dayton mayor looks back on service

November 22, 2013
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By CITIZEN STAFF  DAYTON – After four years on the city council and six as mayor, Dee Virile Christensen is turning the reins of leadership over to someone else, come January. The 73-year-old is part of a diminishing number in Franklin County who still operate a dairy farm. He plans to concentrate his energy...

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