Retired nurse offers her praise of peers at hospital
(Letter to the Editor ~ 05/08/13)
Dear editor: I recently retired from Elmore Medical Center. I worked as a registered nurse from 1995 to April 2013. I will miss working in Elmore Medical for many reasons. I was impressed with the level of skilled, professional people with whom I worked, even with all the changes over the years that the hospital went through...
Corbus: 25 years together
(Anniversary ~ 05/08/13)
Michael and Anita Corbus of Mountain Home celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary May 7. The couple have two children, Matthew Corbus and Sara Corbus.
Case, Bielenberg to wed
(Engagement ~ 05/08/13)
Carl and Judy Case of Mountain Home have announced the engagement and upcoming marriage of their son, Kevin Case, to Tori Bielenberg, daughter of Judy and Jim Bielenberg of Moscow, Idaho. The couple graduated from the University of Idaho in 2011. Kevin is currently teaching secondary school social studies in Richfield, Idaho, and Tori is a manager for Hastings in Twin Falls...
Encore Company presents 'Beauty and the Beast'
(Local News ~ 05/08/13)
Mountain Home High School's Encore Company will present Beauty and the Beast this Thursday through Saturday, May 9-11. Each performance will begin at 7 p.m. in the Mountain Home High School gym. Adapted by MHHS drama instructor Taunya Page from the original fairy tale by Madame de Villeneuve, the play is a tale of looking past outward appearances to focus on what's inside...
City budget turning into battle of needs versus wants
(Local News ~ 05/08/13)
As the city begins its process of worksessions and hearings on the FY13 budget (which would begin in October), Mayor Tom Rist is asking department heads to cut approximately $530,000 from their budget requests. It's not that the city is in any more financial trouble than it has been since the nation's financial meltdown in 2008, it's just that departments are trying to get caught up on long-delayed infrastructure improvements that were put off during the leanest times...
New graduation requirement earns positive reviews
(Features ~ 05/08/13)
A new graduation requirement for Mountain Home High School seniors gained positive reviews from students and faculty following its debut last month. Over the course of two days, each of the high school's nearly 200 seniors stood before members of the faculty to reflect on their education experiences while outlining their future goals and aspirations during their senior project presentations...
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