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GPBA moves office

January 16, 2015
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By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor The Greater Preston Business Association has moved offices. Newly installed president Bailey Beckstead said, “We moved from North State next to Napa Auto Parts to 34 West Oneida next to Beckstead Real Estate.” The business organization has moved into the American Lending and Mortgage office vacated by Brad...

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NWBS prepare for memorial ceremony

January 16, 2015
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Lathaniel Nappo from Fort Hall is smudged by a tribal elder at the 151st commemoration of
the Bear River Massacre last year.

By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor Patty Timbimboo- Madsen, Library Coordinator for the Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation, announced the Bear River Massacre site remembrance ceremony on Thursday, Jan. 29, at 11 a.m. It will take place three miles northwest of Preston. The gathering will commemorate the 152nd anniversary of the bloody attack...

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Offices to close Monday

January 16, 2015
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor Preston City, Franklin County, state and federal offices will be closed on Monday in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Area banks and post office branches will also be closed that day. However, most retailers will remain open. The Franklin County landfill will be closed that day...

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Jenson called to preside over Temple

January 16, 2015
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By RODNEY D. BOAM  Citizen editor The Logan Utah LDS Temple Presidency was recently changed. Glen O. Jenson was called as President and his wife Kathylene H. Jenson was called to be the new Matron of the temple. The Jenson’s recently returned from serving a mission in the Nauvoo Illinois LDS Temple as a...

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VIDEO REPORT – West Side vs. Preston Boys’ Basketball

January 15, 2015
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Irrigation worries

January 15, 2015
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL  Assistant editor Relatively mild winter conditions in Franklin County and throughout southeastern Idaho have been good for deer and other big game survival rates so far this winter. But the news isn’t so rosy for farmers and they have expressed concerns recently. The lower-than-normal snowpack in mountains doesn’t bode well...

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