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Hard work pays off for Rigby FFA

Rigby placed first out of 20 teams in the Environmental and Natural Resources event held at the University of Idaho on June 6 to June 9.

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Idaho unemployment rate declines to 3.2 Percent

(Idaho Department of Labor)—Idaho’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell for the third consecutive month in May to 3.2 percent, underscoring the increased pressure among Idaho employers compe

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USACE warns of floating debris this boating season

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Changes affect local Boy Scouts

The LDS Church announced in May that effective Jan. 1, 2018, the Church will discontinue its involvement with the Varsity and Venturing Boy Scouts of America programs.

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Farnsworth interested in joining Community College District, participating in LID

The Jefferson County Board of Commissioners Chairman Brian Farnsworth said that he would be interested in exploring how the county could join an emerging Community College District.

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Walrath details plans for summer

The Ririe area will get some attention from county road crews this summer.

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County gets green light on emergency mitigation projects

Jefferson County Emergency Management Coordinator Rebecca Squires reported in an interview June 15 that their proposed projects for mitigation have all been approved.

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County putting together potential public defender budget

The Jefferson County Board of Commissioners stopped short of making a motion to move the public defender to a county-employed full-time position, but will explore finances for a potential Public De

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Rocky Mountain Power to expand renewable energy

Tim Solomon, Rocky Mountain Power regional business manager, told the Jefferson County Board of Commissioners that the utility would increase its power capacity by investing in wind and solar gener

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Rigby turns down donation to special needs playground

Two weeks after Mikelle Bronson, PTO president of Midway Elementary School, asked the Rigby City Council for donations toward a new special needs playground, the council voted to pass on it.

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