Lawson seeks to unseat Corder in senate race
(Local News ~ 05/05/10)
Marla Lawson of Lowman is making a second effort to unseat incumbent Dist. 22 state Sen. Tim Corder in the May 25 primary election. Lawson ran against Corder six years ago and says she learned a lot in the campaign. Since then, she says, she has sat back, watched, learned and studied her opponent...
Blanchard to wed Adams
(Engagement ~ 05/05/10)
Michael and Judith Blanchard of Mountain Home have announced the engagement of their daughter, Laurie Beth Blanchard, to Garrett Joseph Adams, son of Richard and Dawn Adams of Vacaville, Calif. The couple plan a small wedding on May 14, 2010. The bride to be is a 2008 graduate of Mountain Home High School. She currently is attending BSU...
School levy would be available to district for 2 years
(Local News ~ 05/05/10)
The temporary supplemental levy being sought by the school district in a special vote on Thursday, May 27, would provide an authorization for the district to levy up to $2.8 million in property taxes for each of the two years the levy would be in force...
Choose liberty over fear
(Column ~ 05/05/10)
Fear is the greatest threat to liberty. Franklin Delano Roosevelt once said that "the only thing we have to fear, is fear itself." But today, we are a nation that lives in fear, for many reasons, but foremost among them is the threat of terrorism, from both home and abroad...
Elmore County Sheriff's Office, Activity Report for April 28 - May 4, 2010
(Sirens ~ 05/05/10)
April 28 03:04 Collision Property Damage, I-84 EB MM110-111 06:06 Vehicle Stop, MH 06:31 Vehicle Stop, MH 10:41 Animal, MH 12:16 Harassment, MH 15:07 Vehicle Stop, MH 15:39 Abandoned Vehicle, Hwy 51 15:51 VIN Inspection, MH 18:47 Juvenile Probation, MH 20:46 Animal 21:08 Threats, MH 22:11 Motorist Assist, I-84 EB MM115-116...
(Submitted Story ~ 05/05/10)
By: Troubled Parent Your story: I am really shocked by how people, just from over hearing people talking, about how bad of an idea the school levy is. It is being compared to the building of the new (Jr) High School. There is nothing to compare to, this will be helping our kids with thir education. ...
Students saddle up for frontier adventure
(Features ~ 05/05/10)
The jagged teeth on the band saw continued to bite into the thick timber. As bits of sawdust flew into the air, Kole Flipovich and Levi Westmoreland knew they only had a few more slices to go before they were finished. With fresh enthusiasm, the North Elementary School students watched as the wood gave way, and the piece of cut lumber tumbled to the ground...
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