Zamora, Benson wedding planned
(Engagement ~ 08/19/15)
Penny and Rick Zamora of Mountain Home have announced the engagement of her daughter, Hannah J. Zamora of Mountain Home, to Bryce E. Benson from Twin Falls. The bride-to-be graduated from Mountain Home High School in 2008 and is employed by Washington Federal. Her parents are Rick and Penny Zamora of Mountain Home...
Regans to mark 50th anniversary
(Anniversary ~ 08/19/15)
Roberts and Sandra Regan of Mountain Home will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Aug. 21, 2015. They were married at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Amarillo, Texas, by Father Greeka. Robert is the son of the late George and Irene Regan from Milwaukee. Sandra is the daughter of the late Aubrey and Doris McClanahan from Amarillo, Texas...
School levy will benefit city
(Letter to the Editor ~ 08/19/15)
Dear editor, There are many aspects involved when it comes to recruiting businesses to Mountain Home. The ease of doing business in our community, available infrastructure (water, sewer, power, gas, fiber-optic), proximity to major transportation (roads, rail and air), available shovel ready land sites and existing buildings that meet the specifications of potential businesses...
With local schools back in session, police urge drivers to use caution
(Local News ~ 08/19/15)
City police officials issued a warning to drivers urging them to exercise caution when driving in town as children returned to school this week following the summer break. School zones will be active and enforced, said Mountain Home Police Department spokesperson Officer Melanie Broughton...
District gets first look at new state testing
(Local News ~ 08/19/15)
Following its first year under a state-wide revision to academic standards at schools here and across Idaho, the Mountain Home School District received its first progress report on how its students performed during a new testing program. Last spring, students here completed their Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium, or SBAC, exams which measured their proficiency in mathematics and language arts...
Community gathers for yearly NRA event
(Features ~ 08/19/15)
More than 100 people gathered at the Mountain Home Elks Lodge on Saturday to share their passion for firearms while helping to raise money to support programs aimed at promoting the shooting sports across the nation. Celebrating its fifth anniversary in Mountain Home, the Friends of the National Rifle Association's banquet featured an assortment of activities geared for people of all ages...
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