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Wednesday April 27, 2016

District getting appraisals, other business
Jefferson Joint School District #251 will get some pricing on trailers and a parcel of land in Menan, will see changes to school administration, and may get a new north entrance to Rigby High School.At the April 13 meeting, Superintendent Lisa Sherick asked the board to allow her to seek an appraisal on a parcel of land in the City of Menan, in ...

County denies building permits for subdivision
Lot owners in the West Equestrian Pointe Division 1 near the City of Roberts cannot build homes until a developer completes roads to county standards.The Jefferson County Board of Commissioners agreed to vacate Division 2, to allow it to return to farming, but said they would issue no building permits for Division 1 until it conforms to the ...

Capt. Wolfe cleared of wrongdoing
Bonneville County Prosecuting Attorney Daniel Clark cleared Capt. John Wolfe, of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, of any wrongdoing in a medical transport on March 18, which suddenly turned fatal.In a five-page report, Clark writes that Wolfe did what he would expect an officer to do in transporting David Giles, who suffered from mental ...

Teaming concept starting in middle school
Sixth and seventh graders attending Rigby Middle School in the fall will be divided up into teams, which administrators hope will better support education.In the April 13 meeting of the Jefferson Joint School District #251 Board of Trustees, Director of Secondary Education Chad Martin said that the number of students coming in to the middle school ...


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