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PHS girls done

May 12, 2015
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Preston’s Shania Carlisle puts out a Pocatello runner at first in a district tournament game last week. The Indians’ season is over. A story about the tournament will be in next week’s edition.

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To state: WS boys crowned District champs for 8th time

May 12, 2015
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By BRENNON HENDERSON  WS Sports Reporter DAYTON – The boys’ track team hosted a district track meet at home this last week. They competed against Malad, Soda Springs, Aberdeen and Bear Lake. The Pirates were crowned District Champions for the eighth time in a row. West Side will now take all their qualifying athletes...

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To state: Girls win District championship for 4th year

May 12, 2015
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By BRENNON HENDERSON  WS sports reporter Track must just be a standard at West Side, since the girls won the district meet last week and joined the boys’ team with that honor. For the girls, it was their fourth win in a row. They were fired up to run and run they did. Coach...

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WS girls end season at Bear Lake

May 12, 2015
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By BRENNON HENDERSON  WS sports reporter The girl’s softball season came to a tragic end this last week when they finished the season with a loss to Bear Lake. The game was close, but the Bears pulled it out in the end. District play began on Tuesday with the girls traveling to Bear Lake...

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Cabela’s to open in Ammon next week

May 9, 2015
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By KENDRA EVENSEN  Idaho State Journal AMMON — People who want to look at a bear, mountain goat or buffalo, gaze at the Grand Teton or try out a new hunting bow won’t even have to leave Ammon’s city limits to do so in the future. They can just head to Cabela’s, which officials...

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OSA door duplicated by local artisan

May 9, 2015
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By NECIA P. SEAMONS  Citizen staff writer After painstaking deconstruction of the historic Oneida Stake Academy building’s front door, local carpentry artisan, Wes Dryden, was able to determine a few of its secrets. Although power tools were not used at any time during the original construction of the building, Dryden has uncovered clues that...

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