AEHI's former exec sentenced for fraud
(Local News ~ 01/15/16)
A former executive of a company that at one point wanted to build a nuclear power plant in Mountain Home was sentenced to 30 months in prison during a hearing last week. Jennifer R. Ransom, 41, of Meridian, was also placed on three years of supervised release -- the first six months of which is home confinement -- for securities fraud, U.S. Attorney Wendy J. Olson announced...
Wrestlers claim more wins during recent tournaments
(High School Sports ~ 01/15/16)
The Mountain Home Tigers wrestling team continued their winning ways into the new year as they dominated the mats during a tri-meet in Twin Falls on Jan. 5 with strong performances at two other tournaments over the weekend. The Tigers started off the Twin Falls meet with a 42-36 win over Buhl that included seven wins for the varsity team...
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