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Steelhead harvest season opened Oct. 15 on the Snake, Salmon, and Clearwater rivers

(IDFG)—Idaho Fish and Game has released a press release Oct. 13, regarding changes to the 2017 steelhead regulations.

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Gonzalez says criminal past behind him

Juan Gonzalez, a candidate running for a seat on the Rigby City Council, said in an interview with The Jefferson Star on Oct.

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County awards $4 million bid for annex

The Jefferson County Board of Commissioners agreed Oct. 10 to award DL Beck Construction the $4.01 million bid for the new annex building.

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Fire station groundbreaking …

A groundbreaking ceremony was held Friday in Menan for the new fire station there. Fire commissioners from Central Fire broke ground in preperation for the new station.

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Drawing contest winner

District Director of Transportation, Clyde Southwick, displays Emica Lynch’s winning drawing for the National Safety Bus Poster Contest, titled “My Driver, My Safety Hero.”

District Director of Transportation, Clyde Southwick, displays Emica Lynch’s winning drawing for the National Safety Bus Poster Contest, titled “My Driver, My Safety Hero.”

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District gets good audit news

Dana Izatt, auditor from Searle Hart & Associates, told the Jefferson Joint School District #251 Board of Trustees on Oct.

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APHIS requests summary judgment in federal lawsuit against East Idaho potato farmers

Attorneys representing USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) have filed a brief in support of summary judgment against east Idaho potato farmers Oct. 4.

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Alfalfa production unchanged from last year

(USDA)—The USDA’s National Agriculture Statistics Service has released a crop production press release Oct.

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Menan voters to weigh in on liquor sales

Voters in Menan will decide whether they want to issue liquor licenses in city limits.

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Rigby upgrades water well monitoring system

The Rigby City Council unanimously approved spending $8,835 to upgrade its system that ensures its well pumps are working right.

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