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Dayton July 4 celebration set

July 1, 2014
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By TOM BUSSELBERG  Citizen Staff DAYTON – Dayton residents will wake up to the sound of bells announcing the 4th of July celebration on Friday. They can build an appetite by joining in one of three runs. The city’s 100th anniversary as an incorporated city will also be commemorated, coinciding with the 200th anniversary...

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It was bigger and better than ever at this year’s Idaho Days

July 1, 2014
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Story by JEAN CARTER  photos by JODY ALDER   Madilyn Olsen of Franklin was chosen as the 2014 Miss Idaho Days during the annual scholarship pageant last Friday night. Her court consists of Jacee Hammons, first runner-up, daughter of Farahlyn and Jon-David Hammons; Katelynn Palmer, daughter of Spencer and Brooke Palmer, second runner-up and...

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Griffith comes home for book signing

June 30, 2014
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By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor Jennifer Stewart Griffith will be in Weston in July where she expects to get relief from the blazing Safford, Ariz. heat, to visit her mother, have a vacation and visit with friends at The Preston Citizen signing copies of her latest works. The Citizen had a chance to...

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Carving cubs

June 29, 2014
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Stephen Moser shows one of his finished bears last month.

Story and photos by RODNEY D. BOAM  Some artists use a fine brush to oil paint beautiful scenery or portraits. Other artists might use mud and a wheel to make ceramic pots or maybe a hammer and chisel to sculpt out of limestone the face of a notable person. For Stephen Moser of Fairview, it is...

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Hobbs is PHS cheer coach

June 28, 2014
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By TERESA CHIPMAN  Assistant editor Kimberly Hobbs is the new cheer coach at Preston High School. When Pandi Elison stepped down recently, Hobbs was asked once again to fill the position and this time she accepted. In previous years she felt her children were too young and she needed to focus on her family....

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Rainy weather benefits crops

June 27, 2014
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor Rainy and cool weather mid-June helped dry-land fall wheat across Franklin County and improved the soil moisture profile for farm fields and pastures. The area received over one-half inch of rain on June 16-17. Cooler temperatures also helped most crops. Almost all first-crop hay has been put up...

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