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Declaring war on dandelions

I used to mow the lawn each week. Now I go out and mow the dandelions. If this means war, then it’s like one of those wars where a handful of people try to take on an entire army. And…

Picture of the week: Pretty as a picture

People travel around the world to view pretty sunsets, but they don’t come much prettier than those right here at home, as can be contested to by this sunset view from the American Falls Golf Course looking out over the American Falls Reservoir.

People travel around the world to view pretty sunsets, but they don’t come much prettier than those right here at home, as can be contested to by this sunset view from the American Falls Golf Course looking out over the American Falls Reservoir.

Golf event benefits Relay For Life

Aberdeen’s local “Relay For Life” American Cancer Society event will include a nine-hole golf scramble, dinner and Blackjack on Friday, June 14, at Hazard Creek Golf Course beginning at 1:30 p.m.. Choices for the event are: all three events (nine-hole…

Dying to get there

by Mike Hill, pastor Calvary Chapel Aberdeen With a twinkle in his eye and tongue-in-cheek, I remember my Dad asking, “Do you know where people consider the most popular place to go?” We would offer our ideas and then finally…

Donald Kraupie

Funeral Notice Donald Lee Kraupie, of Pocatello, ID, passed away Friday, June 7, 2013. The funeral service was at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 11, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Aberdeen First Ward, Aberdeen, ID. A viewing…

Nora Matson Gahley

BRIGHAM CITY, UT – Nora Matson Gahley, 87, passed away on Friday, June 7, 2013 at her home in Brigham City, UT. She was born Dec. 26, 1925 in Mapleton, UT, a daughter of Afton Monroe and Flora Stone Matson.…

Monroe “Monte” Beach, 91

Monroe “Monte” Beach, 91, of Blackfoot, ID, passed away Thursday, June 6, 2013 at Mountain View Hospital in Idaho Falls from complications of surgery. Mr. Beach was born in Rayville, LA. He moved to Idaho in 1958. He was a…

Picture of the week: Great day for fishing

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Warmer weather with some decrease in the winds has made fishing on the Snake River below the American Falls Reservoir much more enjoyable, especially since most of the log jam of opening day boat fishermen has subsided.

 

Flag theft darkens Memorial Day

by Kurtis Workman Press Staff Writer For many around the country Memorial Day is a holiday of remembrance and rest, but for a select few the holiday is an opportunity for mischief. The American Falls American Legion Roland Evans Post…