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Auto-deer crashes kill 200 people yearly

February 13, 2015
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Route 36, west of Preston, on list of top spots for auto-deer collisions in SE Idaho       By David Ashby  Idaho State Journal POCATELLO — The numbers from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration tell the tragic story. The organization estimates that every year about 200 people are killed in wildlife-related car crashes...

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Football signing

February 13, 2015
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   Preston senior Tayson Reid signed a letter-of-intent last week to play football with Southern Utah University at Cedar City. Reid is the first football player from Preston to sign with a four-year university in several years.

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Daberko authors book; signing to be held at The Citizen’s bookstore

February 13, 2015
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By NECIA P. SEAMONS  Citizen staff writer Sailing the high seas with 800 fellow teenagers from Germany, Fred Daberko was determined to leave the destruction of WWII behind and make a new life for himself in Canada. He ended up working with U.S. presidents, befriending the stars of Beverly Hills and living the American...

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February 12, 2015
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Avian influenza comes to Idaho

February 12, 2015
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Area egg producer concerned about impact of virus    By Vanessa Grieve  Idaho State Journal An aggressive strain of avian influenza in Idaho has the attention of egg producers and backyard breeders. David Woodward, president of Ritewood Farms in Franklin, a commercial egg facility with about 460,000 layers, said the avian flu strain that...

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Company recycles oil from area businesses

February 11, 2015
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By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor Preston and surrounding area businesses are making a big contribution to green energy. Restaurants, delis and cafeterias are selling used cooking oil to be recycled into diesel fuel. Washakie Renewable Energy (WRE) trucks have been going in and out of Preston and throughout Southern Idaho and Northern Utah...

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Beutler awarded CSA

February 10, 2015
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor The Greater Preston Business Association held its annual banquet Thursday at the Robinson building in Preston, celebrated business accomplishments and handed out awards. The Preston Citizen recognized Dayton Mayor Aaron Beutler as its J. Walter Ross/Wayne D. Bell Community Service Award recipient. The award, named after the former...

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Under new management

February 10, 2015
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Madson steps down as publisher of The Citizen   By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor Greg Madson, publisher of The Preston Citizen and The Tremonton Leader, has stepped down as the publisher of both papers. He has accepted a position with an internet marketing company in Utah County. He led The Citizen from August 2011, to...

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Harris named to council

February 10, 2015
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor Randy Harris, who has served on Preston City’s planning and zoning commission for several months, was appointed as a city councilman on Monday evening by Mayor F. Lee Hendrickson. A vacancy on the four-person council occurred in December when long-time city official and former Preston mayor Neal Larson...

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‘Black Devil’ gets his due

February 10, 2015
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By CLAUDIA ERICKSON  Citizen staff writer On Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2015, Billy Reynold Kirkbride, formerly of Franklin County, Idaho, was posthumously awarded the Congressional Gold Medal of Honor, the highest recognition given by the United States to members of its military. Members of the First Special Service Forces, a commando unit of World War...

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