(Submitted Story ~ 05/12/10)
VOTE YES!! By Kylie Wirig, age 11 YOU should vote yes so we can keep our sports, festivals, field trips, and teachers don't get pay cuts. Festivals for Band and Choir are fun and great learning experiences. Sports/sport competitions keep you active and healthy...
Elmore County Sheriff's Office, Activity Report for May 5 - 11, 2010
(Sirens ~ 05/12/10)
May 5 01:59 Vehicle Stop, Hwy 51 07:10 Stolen Vehicle, MH 08:46 Abandoned Vehicle, MH 09:16 Vehicle Stop, MH 12:08 Vandalism, MH 12:56 Vehicle Stop, MH 13:09 Vehicle Stop, MH 15:29 Delivery Controlled Substance 15:31 Assist 15:49 Hazard, MH 16:08 Traffic, I-84 EB MM71 17:34 Civil Matter, MH 18:16 Motorist Assist, I-84 WB MM104.8 18:32 Motorist Assist, I-84 WB MM104.5 20:27 Miscellaneous, MH 20:54 Open 21:06 Found Property. ...
Pollard, Clemens to tie knot
(Engagement ~ 05/12/10)
Rufus and Kelly Pollard of Mountain Home have announced the engagement of their son, Devon J. Pollard, to Rachele I. Clemens, daughter of Jerry E. Clemens Jr., Wanda Moss and David Moss. Both are 2009 graduates of Mountain Home High School. Clemens' plans for the future are to attend college and Pollard is entertaining the idea of joining the military. They currently reside in Mountain Home...
Murphy to marry Ramirez
(Engagement ~ 05/12/10)
Hannah Jane Murphy and Dominique Miguel Ramirez have announced their engagement. Hannah is the daughter of Stephen and Robin Murphy and Dominique is the son of Miguel Ramirez and Marilyn and Dave Kellerman, all of Mountain Home. They will be married May 15 at the Eyrie in Kathryn Albertson Park in Boise and will make their home in Boise...
A chance for scrutiny
(Editorial ~ 05/12/10)
It should come as no surprise that the latest nominee to fill an upcoming vacancy on the United States Supreme Court will have a liberal bent. After all, Elena Kagan has been nominated by President Obama. But with rare exception, no one is immediately denouncing the nomination, as the polarized politics of today would cause us to expect...
Crime stats drop in 2009
(Local News ~ 05/12/10)
Following a spike in reported crimes the previous year, Mountain Home saw a nearly 27 percent drop in criminal activity in 2009, according to a report from the Idaho State Police. The 898 reported offenses last year also represents a 14 percent, across-the-board drop in crime over the past 10 years, said Mountain Home Police Chief John Walter...
Students take 'ownership' of levy vote
(Features ~ 05/12/10)
Students at Mountain Home High School are rapidly assuming "ownership" of the effort to promote the May 27 temporary supplemental school levy. In small, individual groups, with no central organization, students have prepared and distributed posters and other media urging voters to support the $2.8 million levy proposal by the school district...
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