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Fullers to teach BYU religion class

January 1, 2015
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor “Doctrine and Covenants (Part 2)” will be taught by Steven and Myrna Fuller at the Preston LDS Seminary, 151 S. 100 E., Preston. The classes will begin at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 8, and continue on Thursdays through April 9. Officials said the tuition is $21 per...

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Winter driving cautions

January 1, 2015
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor As winter weather has settled into Franklin County, Sheriff Dave Fryar reminds motorists to use caution when traveling county and state highways during inclement weather and to cooperate with highway workers clearing the highways. Even though we’ve had only minimal snow to this point, motorists need to remember...

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Grooming has started

December 31, 2014
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL Assistant editor   Recent snowstorms have dumped enough snow in Franklin County’s mountains to allow snow-grooming efforts to start. Warren Wilde, of Mink Creek and chair of the tri-county snowmobile-grooming committee, said groomers started their work on Monday on most trails within Franklin County, including those in lower portions of...

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SEITec holds job workshop

December 31, 2014
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By ELLEN GREGORY  SEITec Students from Preston and West Side school districts walked into a Job Skills Workshop on Nov. 13. They came away with polished resumes and sharpened interview skills. The workshop was sponsored by SEITec (Southeastern Idaho Technical Charter School) whose mission is to support students enrolled in professional and technical classes...

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PSD to seek levy in May

December 31, 2014
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BY TOM BUSSELBERG  Staff Writer Preston School District patrons will be asked to approve a plant levy in a special election slated for May of next year. “Safety upgrades, technology and preventative maintenance have been topics of discussion for over a year,” said superintendent Joel Wilson. A Jan. 9 work session has been set...

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Stohosky starts work

December 31, 2014
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor A new wildlife conservation officer has been assigned to Franklin County and has been working in the immediate area for the past six weeks. Nathan Stohosky, 33, an Oregon native, has worked in the region for 10 years for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, most recently...

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