Parking ban creates spirited debate

The American Falls City Council held a public hearing of a proposed change to the city’s parking ordinance on Wednesday, Nov. 6. The proposed change would ban parking on sections of Harrison and Roosevelt Streets as well as a portion…

Confusion reigns over health care exchange

Administrators, advisors and agents suggest wait-and-see approach by Kurtis Workman Press Staff Writer Just over a month into the Affordable Care Act problems and frustrations abound as state and federal agencies struggle to make it possible for Americans to access…

Picture of the week: Goodbye Old Glory

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Members of the American Legion, Sons of the American Legion, and the American Legion Women’s Auxiliary gathered at the Idaho Fish and Game American Falls Fish Hatchery on Saturday, Oct. 26, to retire unserviceable flags. Hundreds of American flags were gathered for disposal. Flags that are damaged and not repairable to original condition are removed from service by burning after inspection by Legion members and a ceremony consecrating the retirement of each flag. The Idaho Fish and Game offered the location for the ceremony as well as the use of their burn permit.