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Every calf counts

March 30, 2013
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A Mink Creek cattle ranch has caught the attention of the American Angus Association for excellence in sires  Story and photos by RODNEY D. BOAM    It’s calving time at the Mink Creek Cattle Company ranch and Greg Belew, the ranch manager, is putting in plenty of hours to make sure the new additions are...

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Rec sign-ups underway

March 29, 2013
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T-ball deadline is May 10, softball deadline is May 3. Pick up registration forms at Preston City office building, Stokes MarketPlace, Big J’s, Kings, Bob’s Mart, Groll’s, Papa Jay’s in Clifton and Woodwards Market in Weston. T-ball ages are 4-6 year olds, softball ages are from 7-13 years of age. Directors said they are...

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Food bank donation a taxpayer option

March 28, 2013
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Food bank donation a taxpayer option

By CITIZEN STAFF  For the third straight year, Franklin County taxpayers can join others across the state in including a donation to the Idaho Food Bank Fund on their income taxes. The fund makes it possible for nonprofit food providers across the Gem state to request funding for emergency food purchases, assistance to expand...

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Baby calf motel: Structure offers protection

March 28, 2013
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL Assistant editor Jim Naylor loves his baby calves and for the last 10 years has built a baby calf motel to keep the newborns out of the damp weather and cold. In late winter every year Naylor constructs a 40 X 60-foot enclosure out of 20, one-ton straw bales. He...

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On-street parking to be allowed April 1

March 27, 2013
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor It’s a sure sign of spring in Preston as robins are pecking on the lawn and geese are flying overhead. Vehicles are once again allowed to park overnight on city streets. The ordinance banning parking expires Sunday, March 31, at midnight. Beginning Nov. 1 each year and running...

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Motivational speaker Milton Creagh to speak

March 27, 2013
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Motivational speaker Milton Creagh to speak

By JEAN CARTER Citizen staff Milton Creagh, former host of the national PBS television series, “Parenting Works,” and other television programs, will be a special guest speaker at Preston junior high and high school. He will be there April 2. Creagh will also be speaking to the Rotary Club members and invited guests during...

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WS alumni champs crowned

March 27, 2013
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By CLARK WINWARD  Special to the Citizen The West Side High School alumni recently sponsored its annual basketball tournament. There were eight teams competing this year. This year the oldest team, years 1949-1993, won the tournament. 1949 was the first year of West Side High. The “Old Guys” played the team from the years...

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B-ball: OSA forming new league

March 27, 2013
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By NECIA P. SEAMONS Citizen staff writer The Oneida Stake Academy Foundation is sponsoring an adult spring basketball league, said OSAF executive director Elliott Larsen. Anyone age 15 and older may join. Entry fees per team are $200, and the league is filling up fast, said Larsen. Games will start on April 3, running...

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Easter animal warning given

March 27, 2013
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  edit2@prestoncitizen.com State health officials are reminding residents that it is not advisable for parents to consider giving children baby chicks and ducklings for an Easter gift this year. Public health and agriculture officials encourage everyone to be aware of the risks of acquiring Salmonella, a potentially serious bacterial infection, from...

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Students stage protest

March 26, 2013
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Students stage protest

Schedule change upsets many    By RODNEY D. BOAM  editor@prestoncitizen.com About 150 Preston High School students walked out of class last Tuesday about 2:15 p.m. to protest a proposed hybrid schedule the Preston school board would like to implement next fall. They trooped down State Street shouting their opposition to the proposed schedule change....

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