Elmore County Sheriff's Office, Activity Report for Oct. 27-Nov 2, 2010
(Sirens ~ 11/03/10)
October 27 06:20 Vehicle Stop, Hwy 30 06:35 Vehicle Stop, Hwy 20 MM96 06:52 Vehicle Stop, Old GV Hwy 07:13 Vehicle Stop, I-84 Exit 95 08:06 Traffic, I-84 WB MM84 08:16 Vehicle Stop, Glenns Ferry 09:30 Motorist Assist, I-84 EB MM114 10:23 Vandalism, Menagerie Dr 14:16 Vehicle Stop, Bypass Rd 15:01 Vehicle Stop, Glenns Ferry 15:43 Domestic, Glenns Ferry 16:13 Slide Off, I-84 EB MM114 16:44 Hazard, I-84 EB MM110 17:01 Welfare, Contrail Ave 18:15 Paper Service, Glenns Ferry 18:43 Welfare, Hwy 20 19:10 Probable Subject, Hammett 20:22 Assist 20:52 Motorist Assist, I-84 EB MM120 22:04 Missing, Prairie. ...
Band says thanks for all the help
(Letter to the Editor ~ 11/03/10)
Dear editor: With the Mountain Home High School Marching Band's season ending this week, words cannot begin to convey the enormous contributions band students and their parents invested to make this season the best seen in many years. Simply put, our marching band season would not be as successful without all this help. ...
Berrys celebrate 50th anniversary
(Anniversary ~ 11/03/10)
Pete and Margaret Berry of Mountain Home have celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. A reception was held Aug. 7 at First Southern Baptist Church to honor the couple, who were married Oct. 29, 1960, at the Mountain Home Air Force Base Chapel. At that time, Chaplain Braly united Margaret Fish with Pete Berry...
Award-winning vegetable nets 'cabbage' for student
(Local News ~ 11/03/10)
One boy's dream of growing an award-winning vegetable yielded him a whole lot of cabbage -- in a manner of speaking. Koby Kunsky, a student at North Elementary School, earned a $1,000 savings bond through the National Bonnie Plants Cabbage Program...
Ghosts, ghouls stir up Halloween fun
(Features ~ 11/03/10)
Ghosts, ghouls and an assortment of heroes and villains gathered at the Hacker Middle School gymnasium for an evening of fun and candy during this year's Safe Halloween Carnival on Sunday evening. Costumed characters young and old were already packed elbow to elbow when doors opened to the public at 6 p.m., which is about average each year, said Parks and Recreation Director Stan Franks...
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