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The Citizen is looking for H. S. students interested in doing video

August 15, 2012
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The Preston Citizen is seeking high school students who would like to shoot, edit and post on-line videos of school events for both the West Side and Preston school districts. As the Citizen online edition continues to grow, so is the demand for videos and slide shows. If you feel like you have the...

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Hot and dry pattern worries farmers

August 15, 2012
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Twin Lakes water levels continue to drop as hot temperatures and no precipitation makes irrigating difficult. Some area farmers have already used their water allotment and are done for the season.

By ROBERT S. MERRILL Assistant editor Believe it or not our community is not considered to be a drought area yet, but that could change at any time. We are designated as being in an abnormally dry period, according to H. King Smith, who keeps official records for The National Weather Service. “It seems...

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SEICAA: Upcoming tournament one of group’s major fundraisers

August 15, 2012
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    By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor Kandie Avery, the Franklin County coordinator for South Eastern Idaho Community Action Agency (SEICAA), is getting ready for the upcoming Annual Golfing Fore the Green, charity golf tournament and fundraiser. The 18-hole scramble with a shot gun start is sponsored by SEICAA and Lundahl Ironworks Company....

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Fair kicks off

August 15, 2012
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Entertainment, vendors and food should appeal to everyone   By Robert S. Merrill Assistant editor This year’s Franklin County Fair kicked off with the Motocross event held on Saturday and officials said a good crowd enjoyed the excitement. The fair, on-going this week, will be packed with a variety of events, from entertainment to...

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City grants pantry request

August 15, 2012
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL Assistant editor Permission to construct a food pantry on the north side of Preston City’s archery building was granted Monday by the Preston City Council. Fred Knowlton approached the council about the addition that would extend the building by 44 feet to the north. Knowlton, Brenda Hover and others several...

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Pantry gets funding

August 11, 2012
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By JEAN CARTER Citizen staff writer The Preston Community Food Pantry is $5,000 closer to finalizing plans to build and equip their own facility, which will give them more storage space, a larger sorting area and provide easier distribution to families who use the pantry. Once a month food pantry volunteers hand out grocery...

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That Famous Preston Night Rodeo Carnival/Food/fun

August 10, 2012
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Preston Rodeo Sidewalk Sale July 2012

August 10, 2012
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Preston Rodeo sidewalk sale

August 10, 2012
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Preston Rodeo sidewalk sale

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Clifton approves wood burning ordinance

August 10, 2012
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Clifton approves wood burning ordinance

By JEAN CARTER Citizen staff writer After months of considering the much publicized county ordinance pertaining to wood burning stoves and the burning of other hazardous materials, the Clifton City Council approved the same ordinance that had been approved recently by Preston City. According to the document, this will protect air quality resources vital...

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