(Obituary ~ 02/22/17)
Edward W. Arambarri was born on Aug. 13, 1950, in Hailey, Idaho, to Lewis J. Arambarri and Betty M. Wier Arambarri. He passed away on Feb. 17, 2017 at home in Coeur d' Alene, Idaho. He attended school in Mountain Home, where he graduated from high school in 1969. He was a life-time sports fan who enjoyed managing the high school wrestling and baseball teams. Later in life, he rooted for the Boise State Broncos football team and was an avid fan of wrestler Hulk Hogan...
Conrad Thomas Jr.
(Obituary ~ 02/22/17)
Conrad Eugene Thomas Jr. of Hammett was born June 13, 1938, in Los Angeles and passed away on Sunday, Feb. 19, 2017, of complications from Diabetes. He survived 30 years with Type II Diabetes, always with a positive outlook. His positive outlook saw him through college at UCLA and a very successful flower business, which included a very large number of movie stars, TV celebrities, famous music groups and CBS, NBC and ABC affiliates. ...
Local Republicans gather during Lincoln Day banquet
(Features ~ 02/22/17)
Idaho leads the nation in job creation and remains one of the best states to start a small business, the state's lieutenant governor reported as elected officials and local residents gathered on Saturday during the Elmore County Lincoln Day Banquet...
Mountain Home athletes sign with colleges, universities
(High School Sports ~ 02/22/17)
Following their years of playing sports at Mountain Home High School, three student athletes signed letters of intent to continue playing for college and university sports teams. Seniors Sable Lohmeier, Pierce Mederios and Elizabeth Ryan signed the documents during a student assembly Feb. 10...
WECRD now putting dogs before children & families
(Letter to the Editor ~ 02/22/17)
Dear editor, Now the Western Elmore County Recreation District wants to build a dog park instead of a family recreation center. The WECRD board is back to two members now that Connie Clark has resigned, so Judy Mayne and Art Nelson are once again providing the city with funds, this time for a dog park project...
Clark resigns from rec. district board
(Local News ~ 02/22/17)
Citing threats of boycotts aimed at the company where she works, a member of the Western Elmore Recreation District board of directors resigned her position during a meeting Feb. 15. In a letter to the remaining two board members Connie Clark wrote that she was "disappointed in the low depths that someone could go for revenge or whatever the case may be. If protecting my employer and colleagues from the backlash of a nasty minority means I have to step away, then I will."...
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