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Power County Commission minutes for June

Published in The Power County Press July 17, 2013. POWER COUNTY COMMISSIONER MINUTES The Board of Power County Commissioners met in special session on Monday, June 3rd, 2013. Present were Commissioners Vicki Meadows, Chairman, Ron Funk and Delane Anderson. Also…

Resignations, retirements, and reassignments

by Madai Montes Press Intern   The list of teachers either retiring or resigning to take jobs elsewhere, left the American Falls School District board of trustees at their Monday, June 24, meeting searching for replacements, or sometimes, reassigning teachers…

Picture of the week: Just a little off the top

construction

A semi truck is filled with tons of old asphalt on Monday, July 8. Removing the asphalt is the first step in the American Falls downtown revitalization project. Work is slated to continue along Harrison Street to the intersection of Fort Hall Avenue, then on Fort Hall to Idaho Street.

Boating safety or harassment?

To the editor, I am a law abiding citizen and have a few questions for the county. 1. Does the Power County Sheriff have more authority than the constitution of the United States? (Can they search my vehicle, persons, or…

Stan Kress

Stan Kress, 69, passed away Sunday, July 7, 2013 under the care of hospice at his daughter’s home in Pocatello. Service arrangements are pending and will be made available on the Davis-Rose Mortuary website at www.davisrosemortuary.com. A full obituary will…

Rosa Lee Rosen

Rosa Lee “Rosie” Ralphs Rosen, 62, of Meridian, ID, passed away Tuesday, July 2, 2013, surrounded by her family. She was born Oct. 5, 1950 to Alvin Leo Ralphs and Celia Lois Walker. On Nov. 27, 1971 she was married…

Margaret L. Hartley

1915 – 2013 Margaret L. (Hardwick) Hartley was born on Jan. 30, 1915 in Los Angeles, CA, to William N. and Alberta Hardwick. In 1916, when Margaret was one and a half, the family moved back to Idaho. They settled…

Wildfires keep BLM crews busy

Asks for public help to prevent summer burns Hot, dry temperatures, lighting and human-caused wildfires have kept BLM Idaho wildland firefighters busy these past few weeks. With increased temperatures expected to continue, firefighters are asking the public to help prevent…

Funks, Croft win Boat Poker Run

Independence Day was the start of a new tradition in American Falls. The Greater American Falls Area Chamber of Commerce along with the Aberdeen Chamber of Commerce and a number of local sponsors hosted the first Boat Poker Run on…