Students evacuated after bomb threat at junior high
(Local News ~ 02/15/08)
Students were evacuated from the junior high school shortly after classes began Friday, following discovery of a bomb threat on the overnight phone messages left at the school. The students were sent to the high school where they will be held until the building is considered cleared. Bomb-sniffing dogs from Mountain Home AFB have been requested to go through the building. Asst. Supt. of Schools Doug Johnson said he anticipated students would be returning to class roughly around the noon hour...
(Births ~ 02/15/08)
Chad and Andrea Cobb of Tonopah, Nevada are proud to announce the birth of second child, a son, Remington Edward Cobb was born January 25, 2008 at 12:27 pm at Churchill County Hospital, Fallon, Nevada. Remington weighed 7lbs 9 ozs. 18 ≤ " long Remington joins his older sister is Kaya Lee Ann Cobb age 22 months. Maternal Grandparents Dave & Becky Husser of Oakridge, Oregon; Proud Paternal Grandparents are Eddie & Deb Cobb of Tonopah, Nevada; Proud Great-Parents, Grandma Jeannie Mullen of Glenns Ferry, Idaho, Lee & Kathy Cobb of Tonopah, Nevada; Proud Great-Great Grandma Oleta Duncan of Tonopah Nevada (5 generations) Proud Auntie Ciara & Uncle Tell of Elko, Nevada, Auntie Dacoda & Uncle Jeremy and cousin Trinity, of Douglas, Wyoming; Uncle's Chancie, Levi, Shea, Dusty, Clay, Shey of Glenns Ferry, Idaho;
Stories from Friday, February 15, 2008
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