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Gigantic Tumbleweed at the Tumbleweed house!!
By: Carolyn Farmer Your story: March 28, 2007 our home was on the front page of the Mountain home newspaper because we had tumbleweeds up to the roof! We have never had that many again, however the other day I came out back to find the largest tumble weed that I have ever seen! It is at least 5 ft 9 inches as it is taller than my husband! I couldn't help but decorate it and put lights on it. However I only put the lights on long enough to take a photo...
New Instrument Program Brings Music to Mountain Home Junior High
Mountain Home Lodge #19 of the Independent Order of Oddfellows (IOOF) has started a new musical instrument program to help beginning band students in Mountain Home access free instruments. Through Instruments Provided to Local Area Youth, or IPLAY for short, the IOOF has been gathering band instruments that beginning band students in Mountain Home Junior High can apply for during each application process. ...
A New Global Ambassador in Boise, Idaho
Ann Roe is Boise, Idaho New Regional Coordinator Boise, Idaho -- September 26, 2013 -- Ann Roe has been appointed Regional Coordinator for Cambridge, Massachusetts-based EF Foundation for Foreign Study, the leader in high school exchange. In her new position, Ann is working with EF Foundation placement specialists to match international students with host families living in Boise and the surrounding areas. Ann is currently seeking host families for the 2014-2015 school year...
PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS
In 1961 I met a beautiful young man serving in the army at Fort Bliss, TX. He was one of the kindest, gentlest, loving person I had yet to meet. We loved to ride to the top of a hill in El Paso and just sit and look at the lights of that city and also were able to see into Mexico. In the day time, you could see all of the Texas city and the dirt roads of the city of Jurez...
My Parents Love Me
Even though my parents and I fight a lot I want them to know I love them because so many kids now a days think they aren't loved but they really are. some commit suicide because they don't think they're really are loved but they are. this is a note to all of the parents in the world make sure to let your kids know they are loved because I know that I am loved...
Support local firefighters
Good morning to all my friends and family out there. The last couple days I've been trying to figure out what I can do for the firefighters that have been working on little sleep, food, and water and so hard to save our farming/ranching/Air Force town. ...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: 8-12-2013 SPLASH WITH MOXIE JAVA 'IT ONLY TAKES A DAY TO MAKE A SUMMER' Moxie Java sent 127 kids to Roaring Springs today and treated the Meridian, Garden City and Ontario Boys and Girls Club kids to free Roaring Springs tickets, a picnic lunch and a Splash with Moxie Java T-Shirt. ...
Constitution Party of Idaho to Meet
Meridian--The Constitution Party of Idaho (CP-Idaho) will hold its 2013 Idaho Conference on Saturday, 17 August 2013, from 10:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. at Fuddrucker's Banquet Room 3421 North Eagle Road, Meridian, Idaho. Among the speakers will be Frank Fluckiger, National Chairman from Utah. ...
Joined the Marines
Emily Cross has graduated form Mountain View High School, formally of Mountain Home High School. She has joined the Marines and is now at Parris Island, South Carolina in Marine boot camp. She will graduate boot camp August 30, 2013.
With several recovery groups in town meeting in buildings around town with only one assessable for people who are physically challenged. We would like to get input on the possibility and support such as advice and see Just how great the demand is to open up one location to accommodate more meetings for several types of recovery groups in one assessable location...