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Preston girls split with Trojans

April 9, 2013
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By TERESA CHIPMAN PHS sports writer Preston girls split a doubleheader against Rigby at home on Saturday. Rigby won the first game 2-1 and the Indians took the second 7-5. There is not much to say about the first game as the pitchers on both teams did their job well. Lacee Rallison scored Preston’s...

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Broncos take out PHS

April 9, 2013
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By TERESA CHIPMAN PHS sports writer Preston hosted a double header against Blackfoot on Saturday, April 6 and were able to get both district games in before the weather got too bad. A moment of silence was held before the opening game for former Indian Kris Cole, who passed away March 25. He graduated...

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Gift spurs Academy work

April 6, 2013
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By NECIA P. SEAMONS Citizen staff writer Despite being hidden from public view, progress continues on the restoration of the Oneida Stake Academy at an accelerated pace due to the continued support of an anonymous benefactor. This recent $100,000 gift will fund continued work on repairing the stone on the front portion of the...

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FCMC remodeling anticipated

April 6, 2013
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By CITIZEN STAFF  There could be a bit of dust flying at the nearly 85-year-old Franklin County Medical Center, starting late this summer. That’s because its expected construction project bids will be let by July, at the latest, for work that could include a remodeled or expanded emergency room, more labor and delivery rooms,...

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Discussion continues on intersection

April 5, 2013
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL Assistant editor Preston City is finalizing plans to open 400 East at U.S. 91. The access to the highway was at one time open, but closed several years ago after a federally funded highway-widening project was completed. Mayor F. Lee Hendrickson said he has met again with the state highway...

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Harmonaires are back

April 5, 2013
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Members of the new Harmonaires are: (top l) Paul Swainston, Ron Lewis, David Noyes and Jay Jensen; (bottom l) Phil Cromwell, Carl Hoffman, Dan Ludlow and Craig Haslam.

By RODNEY D. BOAM Citizen editor The Harmonaires are back. A group of men that performed regularly in the area 15 to 20 years ago is getting back together to perform at the 100 Years of Talent as part of Franklin County’s Centennial Celebration. Ron Lewis, one of the original members, got together with...

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