The Mountain Home News happily accepts photos from our readers! Have a photo of a recent event or memorable outdoor scene from our reading area? Send them to us at email@example.com or bring them by the office at 195 S. 3rd East. Editorís Note: Normally our ďThrough our readers eyesĒ are just that, photos submitted by our readers, but itís been awhile since we received one and I just wanted to remind everyone that we do accept photography, plus I had this photo that I really wanted to share that was taken on the place I recently moved to outside of town. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
In-house council, Ralph Blount, announced the top two lowest bids as per Idaho code for the Elmore County Fairgrounds Improvement project at the regular meeting of the Elmore County Board of County Commissioners on Friday, Feb. 14.
TCG (The Core Group) Inc. of Boise won the contract out of eight potential submissions at $1.5 million. Bideganeta Construction Inc. of Mountain Home was the second lowest bid. Both companies provided similar schedules and subcontractors, including Quality Electric out of Boise, who is known for underbidding their competition by keeping labor wages low and compensating with large Christmas bonuses.
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- Donation made to Burn Out Fund (2/13/20)
- Commissioners discuss water and building updates (2/14/20)
- MHPL beginning conversations to consider becoming part of a county-wide library district (2/13/20)
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Mavis Pauline Landis (2/18/20)Mavis Pauline Landis, age 86, of Hammett, went peacefully home to be with her Savior and Lord on February 16, 2020. Mavis was born to Tim and Mary Hamilton on May 30, 1933 in Sheridan, Oregon, and...
Death Notice - James Arnold Kennedy (2/18/20)James Arnold Kennedy, age 58, of Mountain Home, passed away at a local care center on Monday, February 17, 2020. Arrangements are under the care of Rost Funeral Home, McMurtrey Chapel
Funeral Notice - Yvonne Cole (2/14/20)Yvonne Cole, age 62, of Mountain Home, passed away on February 6, 2020, at her home following an illness. A Celebration of her life will be held at 11:00AM, on Saturday, February 22, 2020, at the...
Waltrud (Wally) Butler Sibley (2/14/20)Waltrud (Wally) Butler Sibley Born in Wuppertal, Germany on December 1, 1926. Wallyís childhood was very tough, loosing her mother at the age of 4, she was the youngest of 7 children. She survived...
John J. Bucholtz Sr. (2/13/20)John J. Bucholtz, Sr., 89, passed away on February 11, 2020, in his home surrounded by his family. Per Johnís wishes, no formal services will be held. Cremation was under the care of Rost Funeral...
Shirley True Fougere (2/13/20)Shirley True Fougere died January 11, 2020 in Massachusetts. Shirley was born in Glenns Ferry, Idaho, December 14, 1935, to Oleah and Albert True. She graduated from Mountain Home High School in 1954...