(Obituary ~ 01/10/18)
Jacqueline Adelle Wheeler, 94, long time resident of Glenns Ferry, passed away on Saturday, Jan. 6, 2018, at Poplar Grove Assisted Living. Jacqueline was born Nov. 1, 1923, in Hollywood, California, where she attended schools there and in Pasadena. She met Virgil in North Hollywood and they were married May 3, 1941. They lived thru WWII being separated for almost 4 years because of the war, a major depression, and started over three times...
Naive but not discouraged: Embarking on a new project
(Editorial ~ 01/10/18)
With the start of every new year comes new goals, one of which for me is giving up red meat. Understand that I'm not giving up red meat simply because I want to save animals from being slaughtered — those animals will end up being killed regardless. I'm doing it to improve my overall health...
Governor Otter gives his final State of the State and Budget Address
(Local News ~ 01/10/18)
The start of Governor C.L. "Butch" Otter's last year in office truly began on Jan. 8 as he gave his final State of the State and Budget Address, using it not only as a time to look into the future, but to reflect on the past. As with any session, the day began with a prayer by the chaplain and the pledge of allegiance. A few committee members were released early, excused from the session while addressing legislative issues...
Tiger wrestlers performing well this season
(High School Sports ~ 01/10/18)
The Mountain Home High School wrestling team got off to a great start this season, with students consistently placing at all tournaments so far. On Dec. 9, 2017, the J.V. team competed at the Capital J.V. Invitational, placing sixth overall.For the full story, pick up a copy of the Mountain Home News or click on this link to subscribe to the newspaper's online edition...
Card of thanks
(Letter to the Editor ~ 01/10/18)
The Grace Lutheran Food Pantry would like to extend its thanks and gratitude to the Caldwell Bus Company for providing a bus and drivers for the "Stuff the Bus" program. The Pantry would also like to express gratitude to the community who helped fill the bus, which enabled Grace Lutheran to continue serving those in need...
Brennan and Bundy sworn in to City Council
(Local News ~ 01/10/18)
The Jan. 8 meeting of the Mountain Home City Council was one of new beginnings as Councilman Fred Perez departed the council and was replaced by Councilman Daniel Brennan.For the full story, pick up a copy of the Mountain Home News or click on this link to subscribe to the newspaper's online edition...
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