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Ogden readies for Temple Open House

July 25, 2014
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By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints recently released information relating to an open house and rededication of the Ogden Utah LDS Temple. The open house for the public will begin on Friday, Aug. 1, and run through Saturday, Sept. 6, except for...

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WS cements high-traffic areas by ‘bus barn’

July 25, 2014
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor DAYTON – District employees have cemented areas south, west and northwest of West Side High School recently. “Our cement crew has been moving quickly, despite the high temperatures. They have poured 750 yards of cement,” said superintendent Spencer Barzee. “These are areas where the busses are parked and...

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Airport is big economic resource

July 24, 2014
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor Improvements over the next five years should help transform the Preston Airport and help draw business to the area. To help show off what is planned, a fly-in air show will take place on Saturday, Aug. 2. The air show begins with giant-scale, remote-control model airplane demonstrations at...

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Identity Crisis sings locally

July 24, 2014
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By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor There is a group of boys who spend their time harmonizing in church meetings and stages across Franklin County. The quintet, Identity Crisis, was organized by Paul Seare, a music instructor at Preston High. He selected the boys from a music program and put together the group three...

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Farmer’s market opens

July 24, 2014
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor Area residents and tourists can find early-season, locally grown produce almost in the center of Preston at a small farmer’s market stand that sells its wares on the honor system. Raspberries, golden beets, turnips, carrots and other items are now available. Tomatoes, corn, squash and pumpkins will soon...

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Research begins on massacre site

July 24, 2014
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By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor Dr. Kenneth C. Reid, of the Idaho State Historical Society, was in Preston recently getting preliminary work started for mapping the Bear River Massacre site. He and Ken Cannon, Research Assistant Professor of Anthropology- Archaeology and Director of USU Archaeological Services at Utah State University, and his wife,...

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