Weather forces cancellation of yearly speech and debate event
(Local News ~ 02/12/14)
After weeks of preparations, foul weather prompted organizers to cancel what was expected to be the state's largest-gathering of high school speech and debate contestants in Mountain Home. More than 500 students representing 24 school across the state were scheduled to attend Mountain Home High School's annual U-Bus-2-Us speech and debate tournament...
BLM presents proposed fire break project
(Features ~ 02/12/14)
Ranchers, farmers and other residents met in Mountain Home last week for their first look at a long-range plan aimed at helping curb the number of wildfires that sweep across the county. A town hall meeting hosted by the Bureau of Land Management on Feb. 4 sought public input on the proposed Paradigm Fuel Break Project...
Girl Scouts set record straight
(Letter to the Editor ~ 02/12/14)
Dear editor: Girl Scouts of Silver Sage is a girls youth organization based in Boise. The council, along with 2,300 volunteers, delivers educational leadership programs that build girls of courage, confidence and character who positively impact communities in which they live. We serve 4,400 girls, most of which are in Southern Idaho...
Sellman weds Hodosy
(Wedding ~ 02/12/14)
Colby Elizabeth Sellman, daughter of Steve and Maryl Ball Sellman and granddaughter of the late Jack and Marge Sellman, all of Elmore County, and the late Col. (USAF ret.) Harlan and Betty Ball, married Andris Hodosy, son of the late Frank and Vizma Hodosy of Santa Barbara, Calif., on Oct. 26 on a knoll overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Carpinteria, Calif...
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