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Wrestlers improve

January 21, 2014
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By KATIE GREGORY  For The Citizen The Indian wrestling team really poured it on strong this past weekend at the prestigious Tiger- Grizz Tournament in Idaho Falls. Out of the six wrestlers that went to the varsity tournament, four of them placed well. Tayson Reid and Kieton Keller got third place. Austyn Harris and...

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Boys beat Broncos, win 5 in a row

January 21, 2014
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By TERESA CHIPMAN  PHS sports writer The Indians won games against Blackfoot and Bear Lake at home last week giving them a five-game winning streak. They hope that momentum will carry into their home game against Rigby on Tuesday. Preston will travel to Marsh Valley this Friday and Bonneville on Wednesday, Jan. 29. Both...

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WS girls get first win

January 21, 2014
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West Side’s Savannah Smart gets ready to pass the ball in a game last week against the North
Gem Cowboys. The Pirates won their first game of the season 47-33.

By ALYSSA NIELSEN  WS sports reporter The West Side girls’ basketball team finally pocketed their first win of the season last week. They defeated the North Gem Cowboys at home by over 10 points 47-33. This game was followed by another home contest on Saturday against Malad, which they lost 49-41. This week the...

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Accident injures two

January 17, 2014
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By Citizen staff   Two adults were injured late Thursday morning in a one vehicle rollover on State Highway 36 west of Preston. Shawn O. Davis was driving a 1984 Ford Bronco eastbound on the highway near railroad tracks near Dayton, according to the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department. Davis’ vehicle was pulling a trailer....

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Worm Creek advantage

January 17, 2014
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Big theaters say movie ticket prices too low    By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor Due to it’s size and ticket price Worm Creek Opera House is deemed unfair competition to the big theaters a stone’s throw away. There is more to getting first-run movies than getting a digital projector the Worm Creek Opera...

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Rollover Injures Two

January 16, 2014
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Rollover Injures Two

Two men were injured Thursday afternoon when their late model Ford Bronco, and the trailer the were towing, rolled off the highway. More information will be posted as it comes available.  

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Starts today: Three days to save on a subscription

January 16, 2014
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  Jan. 16, 2014 – TODAY ONLY save $6 on a subscription to The Preston Citizen! You can save tomorrow and Saturday, but today is the biggest savings. Stop by 77 S. State or give us a call at 208-852-0155.

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Franklin city okays wastewater proposal

January 16, 2014
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By JEAN CARTER  Citizen staff writer The Franklin City council room was filled with about 40 residents last week, listening to a proposal for the phase two process to the government mandated wastewater facility plant. Four choices were discussed during the public hearing; do nothing at all about the wastewater, which would result in...

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WS gets art grants

January 16, 2014
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor DAYTON – The West Side School District has been awarded two separate grants totaling $12,350 by the F.M., Anne G. and Beverly B. Bistline Foundation, a fund within the Idaho Community Foundation. The first grant of $9,000 will improve individual access to band and orchestra instruments for Harold...

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It takes a village to raise a hunter

January 16, 2014
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By JENNIFER JACKSON  IDF&G Regional Conservation Educator This past general deer season in southeast Idaho was like any other season in recent years, with one major exception. This year, Fish and Game conservation officers and community partners shared in the hunting tradition with various youth in this region’s first-ever mentored deer hunts. Similar to...

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