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Pirates win in four OTs

December 30, 2014
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By BRENNON HENDERSON WS Sports Reporter   DAYTON – The West Side boys’ basketball team took a barn-burner win against Rich County on Saturday night in Dayton. The fans sure got their money’s worth, getting to see an extra half a game of basketball, as the contest went into four overtimes. Finally, in the...

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Glenn Beck pulls up a couch in Dayton

December 30, 2014
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By NECIA P. SEAMONS Citizen staff writer   Using his ability to tell a story well, Glenn Beck led a packed house on Saturday, Dec. 27, at the Dahle Performing Arts Center on a visual journey he wanted to share. That message was simply, “look at what was written (in the scriptures) specifically for...

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West Side prevails after 4 OTs

December 30, 2014
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor DAYTON – It took four overtimes, but West Side prevailed over Rich County Saturday night in a barnburner game at the Dayton gymnasium. Pirate Peyton Brown made a trio of clutch free throws at the end of regulation to force the first overtime. West Side then outlasted the...

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Indian girls beat Marsh Valley

December 30, 2014
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By TERESA CHIPMAN  PHS sports writer It took a couple of quarters, but the Indian girls beat visiting Marsh Valley 46-39 on Saturday. They will not play again until Tuesday, Jan. 6, when they will travel to Minico to play at 7:30 p.m. JV and freshmen will start at 6 p.m. In the first...

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Lost snowmobiler found on Utah side of Franklin Basin

December 30, 2014
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Lost snowmobiler found on Utah side of Franklin Basin

Photos by ELI LUCERO / Herald Journal By The Herald Journal | 0 comments A 48-year-old former Cache Valley resident was resting comfortably with family and friends Monday and did not need to go to the hospital after being missing for more than 24 hours in the mountains along the Utah-Idaho border during a snowstorm. Lawrence Orduno...

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5,000 more lights next year

December 30, 2014
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By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor Preston City councilwoman Saundra Hubbard anticipated a good response to Christmas lights in the city park this year and she hasn’t been disappointed. During the Festival’s Grand Lighted Parade she was watching to see if traffic increased because of the 4,000 lights and displays, including a new nativity,...

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Government offices closed Jan. 1

December 30, 2014
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor Preston City, Franklin County, state and federal offices will be closed on Thursday, Jan. 1, in celebration of the New Year’s holiday. The post office plans to operate on a regular schedule on Wednesday, Dec. 31. The post office will reopen on a regular schedule on Friday, Jan....

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Feeding deer problematic

December 28, 2014
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By JENNIFER JACKSON  IDFG regional conservation officer Southeast Idaho has no shortage on kind-hearted people who care about Idaho’s wildlife. A rundown of phone calls received at the Pocatello Fish and Game office in any given week will reveal people’s concerns over injured wildlife or reports of possible poaching incidents. That being said, there...

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‘Let’s Talk About It’ to start Jan. 7 at library

December 28, 2014
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By TOM BUSSELBERG  Staff Writer Avid readers can explore five books centering on the theme of “Connecting Generations” starting Jan. 7. That’s when the “Let’s Talk About It” reading and lecture/ discussion program gets underway at the Larsen- Sant Library in Preston. It will be held every other Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the...

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New crop disaster assistance

December 27, 2014
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Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has announced greater protection is now available from the Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program for crops that traditionally have been ineligible. The new options, created by the 2014 Farm Bill, provide greater coverage for losses when natural disasters affect specialty crops such as vegetables, fruits, mushrooms, floriculture, ornamental nursery, aquaculture,...

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