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Pest with a past

View this story on its original site Originally published by the Preston Citizen. Mormon Crickets, which have a place in the heritage of the pioneers to be celebrated this weekend in Weston, have made an appearance in some fields in Dayton. Weston celebrates Pioneer Day, a state holiday in Utah. Many local towns…

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Over 3,000 boats checked in Franklin

View this story on its original site Originally published by the Preston Citizen. The State of Idaho is confident that its boat checking stations, including the one in Franklin, are protecting Idaho waters from invasive species like Quagga mussels.

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Preston decides how to study water rates

View this story on its original site Originally published by the Preston Citizen. The Preston City Council has been wrestling with how best to allocate city culinary water rates and amounts. There were a series of public open house events, as well as public hearings, on how large the monthly city water allotments…

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Sunrise Morning Smoothie

View this story on its original site Originally published by the Preston Citizen. I love delicious smoothies in the morning and this one is at the top of list. Learn how to make nut milks, use your favorite morning ingredients and have fun making this sunrise morning smoothie.

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■ Home Country: They know they are Americans

View this story on its original site Originally published by the Preston Citizen. The Bahdziewicz clan trooped into the Mule Barn for lunch the other day, happily and noisily as only eight Americans totally in love with summer can do. The patriarch of the clan, Abraham Lincoln Bahdziewicz, led the way to a…

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Johnson and Tolman

View this story on its original site Originally published by the Preston Citizen. Cole Johnson and Chaleesa Tolman happily announce their marriage on Saturday, July 20, 2019, in Cub River, Idaho, with a reception to follow from 5:30 to 7:30.

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Franklin mayor fields concerns

View this story on its original site Originally published by the Preston Citizen. Franklin city hosted a public hearing to air concerns about the Mountain View Ranches Subdivision Wed., July 10. Fifteen citizens attended the meeting to ask questions about the construction phases, retaining ponds, privacy fences, water and sewer issues. Answers were…

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Kuna Melba News to get new owner

KUNA – Pioneer News Group, parent company of the Idaho Press-Tribune, is in the process of purchasing the Kuna Melba News, a weekly newspaper in Kuna. Pioneer is purchasing the paper from RIM Publications, a Seattle-based company that has owned the Kuna Melba News since 2011. “Adding the Kuna Melba News to Pioneer’s family of […]

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Pioneer News Group purchasing Kuna Melba News

April 27, 2016 KUNA – Pioneer News Group, parent company of the Idaho Press-Tribune, is in the process of purchasing the Kuna Melba News, a weekly newspaper in Kuna. Pioneer is purchasing the paper from RIM Publications, a Seattle-based company that has owned the Kuna Melba News since 2011. “Adding the Kuna Melba News to […]

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Skagit Publishing/Pioneer News co-owner Susan Scripps Wood dies

Susan Scripps Wood, an owner and former board chairwoman of Skagit Publishing parent company Pioneer News Group, died Monday in her Mount Vernon home of more than 50 years. She was 80. Wood was a Seattle native and great-granddaughter of E.W. Scripps, who built a large newspaper chain that included the Cincinnati-based E.W. Scripps Co. […]

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Dave Welsh to lead Herald Journal in 2016

Working at The Herald Journal is something Advertising Director Dave Welsh knows well. Born and raised in Cache Valley, Welsh joined the paper in 1999 as an inside sales representative at age 19 after graduating high school. Through the years, he’s been promoted and most recently became the newspaper’s ad director in October 2013. Now […]

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Widick new GM for Standard Journal

The Standard Journal is entering a new era of leadership with the promotion of Lisa Widick to general manager. Widick, formerly the advertising manager at the newspaper, began working at the Standard Journal in 1998 and has lived in the Upper Valley since 1992. “I love the newspaper, I love this community and the two […]

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