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Mountain Home welcomes newest member of the MHPDEditor’s Note: On behalf of the staff of the Mountain Home News and our readers, we would like to welcome Officer Max Corley to the Mountain Home Police Department. Welcome to our tight knit little...
Local Legion Posts host Veterans Day ceremoniesMountain Home American Legion Posts 26 and 101 will host Veterans Day ceremonies at the Mountain Home cemetery on Sunday, 11 November at 11 am. Ceremonies will begin at 11 am with 366 FW Commander as...
Tigers medal at State Swimming competition (11/9/18)According to Coach Jeffrey Tibbitts, the Mountain Home Swim team capped off a successful season by an amazing performance at the two-day Championship meet in Boise on Nov. 2nd and 3rd. 24 teams made...
Tigers continue to run and see success after season ends (11/9/18)On November 3rd, 7 members of the High School Cross Country Team Participated in the Zeitgeist 1/2 Marathon in Boise. In the Men's race Jacob Criddle placed third over all in a time of 1:22:25.5....
Tiger Cross Country competes at State (11/2/18)The Mountain Home Tigers Cross Country team finished out a successful season by sending Jacob Criddle as an individual runner and the entire girls varsity team to the state competition in Lewiston on...
Tigers Football goes to playoffs (11/2/18)After a successful first season as members of the Great Basin Conference the Mountain Home High School Football team was eligible for the State 4A Playoffs. On Oct. 26 they took on long time foes the...
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Mary Josephine (Jo) Farley Bennett (11/8/18)Mary Josephine (Jo) Farley Bennett August 19, 1919 – November 7, 2018 Jo Bennett was born in St. Luke’s hospital in Boise on August 19, 1919 to Franklin Gale and Clare Calland Farley. She was named...
Death Notice - Etta Dell Sparks (11/8/18)Etta Dell Sparks, age 83, of Glenns Ferry, passed away at St. Lukes Elmore Hospital, in Mountain Home, of Wednesday, November 7, 2018. Arrangements are under the care of Rost Funeral Home, McMurtrey...
Death Notice - Mary Josephine (Jo) Farley Bennett (11/8/18)Mary Josephine (Jo) Farley Bennett, age 99, of Boise, formerly of Mountain Home, passed away on Wednesday, November 7, 2018, at a Boise Care Center. Arrangements are under the care of Rost Funeral...
Bruce J. Blonshine (11/2/18)Bruce J. Blonshine, age 57, of Mountain Home, passed away at a Boise hospital on October 28, 2018. The family will be doing an Open House, on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM. The...
Henry James Redford "Hank" (11/2/18)Henry James “Hank” Redford, 82, of Mountain Home, passed away peacefully at his home on Friday, October 26, 2018. A gathering will be held at a later date. Cremation was under the care of Rost...
Jack Charles Bunton (11/2/18)Jack Charles Bunton, beloved husband, father and grandfather, passed away Thursday, November 1, 2018 in Boise. He was 77 years old. He will be inurned at Ft. Logan National Cemetery in Denver,...
PersonalsElmore County Amateur Radio Club. Meeting1st and 3rd Saturday of each month at 315 W. Jackson Street Mtn. Home. FCC License exams and classes offered. Call 208-591-1929 for more info.13npnctfn
Personals"We Need You" The Citizens on Patrol (COP) are a team of volunteers dedicated to assisting the Mountain Home Police Department in keeping our community safe. If you want to give back to the community by being part of our team, contact Corporal Stan Winings at the Mountain Home Police Department at (208) 587-2101 or any COP member. Web Site: mountainhomepdvips.samariteam.com/default.aspxnptfnc
PersonalsAre you an Active Duty Military member or DOD Civilian employee? The Sexual Assault Response Office needs your help! Do you have compassion and empathy for sexual assault victims? Become a Victim Advocate! Make a difference in someone else's life today. Call 828-6622 or 828-7272 for details.nptfnc