Bringing gift of hope-Volunteers help children during Shop With A Cop
(Features ~ 12/07/16)
For more than 20 years, the Shop With a Cop event in Mountain Home has brought holiday joy to area children and their families who have hit hard times. On Saturday, the tradition continued as it brought Christmas cheer to Mountain Home residents who are financially strapped...
Remembrance event slated
(Local News ~ 12/07/16)
People in the Mountain Home community will honor the memory of the loved ones they've lost during "From Darkness to Light" -- a remembrance celebration that begins at 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8, at Railroad Park. Hosted by Treasure Valley Hospice of Mountain Home, people will write the names of their loved ones on ornaments and hang the decorations on a designated tree at the community park. The tree will remain at the park until January...
City sees positive changes
(Letter to the Editor ~ 12/07/16)
Dear editor, Wow! Lately, the aesthetic changes in our fair city have been phenomenal. I curiously watched as the awkward triangle in front of Albertsons morphed into an inviting, welcoming, beautiful area near one of Mountain Home's main entrance points. The huge rock with "Mountain Home" on it shows that many of us who chose to live here take pride in our town, and we want people to feel welcome as they enter it...
Lady Tigers fall to Emmett, post win against Vallivue
(High School Sports ~ 12/07/16)
The Lady Tigers were unable to overcome a first half scoring deficit as they fell to Emmett but rebounded two days later as they beat Vallivue as the girls varsity basketball season continued last week. Mountain Home 56, Emmett 64 Emmett went on 10-point lead right out of the gate as they hosted the Lady Tigers on Nov. 30. After four missed lay ups, Mountain Home finally got a shot to fall...
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