Tigers' all-star pitcher signs to play with Coyotes
(High School Sports ~ 03/06/10)
Nearly a year after the Mountain Home Tigers softball squad earned its first state title, one of the team's all stars has earned a chance to play in the college ranks. During a ceremony Friday afternoon, Nickayla Skinner signed a letter of intent to play with the College of Idaho in Caldwell on a combination scholarship...
Losing Dr. Jeffrey would be terrible
(Letter to the Editor ~ 03/06/10)
Dear editor: I lived the last 29 years in a remote Wyoming town where access to medical care was extremely limited. By the time I moved here in July of 2009, I was almost 65, in pain, and sick. Then in September I discovered Dr. Allan Jeffrey of Trinity Mountain Medical Center...
Planning and zoning changes on industrial uses ready for hearing
(Local News ~ 03/06/10)
After months of debate leading to recommended revisions to a governing document outlining industrial development in Elmore County, officials will hold a public hearing March 31 to discuss those changes. Recommended changes to the county's comprehensive plan primarily focus on heavy industrial development within the county, which became a stumbling block for a proposed nuclear power plant southwest of Hammett...
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