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Festival nears

November 11, 2014
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By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor There is plenty to talk about as the Festival of Lights draws closer. State Street will be closed from 11:30 a.m. until after the Grand Lighted Parade, Saturday, Nov. 29, for the Festival of Lights activities. “We want to encourage people to come spend the afternoon on State...

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Smithsonian in town

November 11, 2014
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By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor As part of the Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit, Dr. F. Ross Peterson, an emeriti’s professor in the History Department at Utah State University, will speak on Sports: How they change American Perceptions on Race Gender and Ability. He is currently writing a volume on his love for baseball. Petersen...

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Pirates tame Panthers

November 11, 2014
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By BRENNON HENDERSON  WS sports writer The West Side Pirates punched their ticket to the semi-finals on Friday, as they tamed the West Jefferson Panthers 44-12. It’s the fifth straight year West Side has made the 2A semis. The Pirates will make the long trek to Northern Idaho this Friday to play the Grangeville...

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Classifieds – Nov. 12, 2014

November 11, 2014
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AG Choice alfalfa big or small bales. Grass alfalfa big or small bales. Choice Barley straw small bales. 208-646-2454. Alfalfa hay. 2Nd & 3rd crop Tested. No rain. Malad area. 208-251-5728. FOR SALE 100 bales. 3′x4′x8′ Bales Barley Straw $25 each. Call 208-852-1898. Jersey steer for sale, thirteen mos. 700 lbs. Good quality beef,...

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VIDEO REPORT – West Side continues roll in football playoffs

November 11, 2014
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Building Community Pride

November 9, 2014
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Story by TOM BUSSELBERG photos courtesy of AARON BEUTLER    Dayton residents gave more than 1,000 hours to pipeline  Well over 1,000 volunteer hours, a lot of it accented by sweat and sore muscles, was given by Dayton residents to make the city’s new and improved pipeline possible. That’s according to Mayor Aaron Beutler,...

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Truckers dispute Idaho rudest-driver claim

November 9, 2014
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Idaho long haulers say it isn’t so By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor Idaho drivers are the rudest drivers in the country said Insure.com The company rated drivers across the country by state and listed them 1 to 50 on which state had the rudest drivers. Idaho was picked number one. Every news organization...

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Preston FFA soils team places third

November 8, 2014
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor This past October, the Preston FFA soils and land judging team won its district event held in Preston and qualified for the state event in Burley. The top 18 teams from around Idaho competed in the recent state competition, according to FFA advisor Larin Crossley. “Preston proved to...

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Deadlines: Postal deadlines announced

November 8, 2014
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor It’s not too early to get Christmas care and gift packages ready and mailed, especially for servicemen and women and those living outside of the country. The U.S. Postal Service, including all Franklin County post offices, has released the official deadlines to assure mail will arrive at its...

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Schvaneveldt publishes new book

November 8, 2014
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By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor Dr. Jay D. Schvaneveldt, formerly of Weston, has just written a new book, “The Cedarville Stories, People and Events in the History of Weston Idaho.” “This and some of the other books I started 15 years ago while I was in the Persian Gulf,” Schvaneveldt said. “I tried...

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