BOISE, Idaho (July 15, 2019) — The Idaho Broadband Task Force will meet Wednesday, July 17, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. MST. The meeting will be held in the Forest Ballroom at the Red Lion Hotel (1357 Blue Lakes Blvd N, Twin Falls, ID 83301).

The Bear Lake School District 33 Board of Trustees held their regular monthly meeting at 7 PM on July 9. Bills to be paid for June and July in the amount of $448,231.98 were approved. Superintendent Gary Brogan gave an update on summer maintenance being done. Bids have come in to replace a p…

After a wet spring, tall stands of grass and other vegetation from the valleys to the mountains are beginning to dry. The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is reminding users of federal forest and rangelands, state endowment lands and department-managed lands and access sites, that fireworks…

The Fourth of July came once again. Many local traditions were carried on. First, the chuck wagon breakfast in Paris that was started by the Bear Lake Range Riders and was taken over by the Paris City when the Rangers could no longer hold the breakfast. The Montpelier breakfast that was held…

The fourth of July was eventful for several reasons. The reason that might be a little different than most years was the arrival of a few Model T cars.  There were approximately 30 cars that stayed over night at the Clover Creek Inn.  

The water elevation is at 5920.25’ and has peaked for the year. The surface water temperature is 67 degrees. Launching access is available at all boat ramps around the lake. These include the Utah State Park marina, First Point, Cisco Beach and Rainbow Cove in Utah and the Idaho State Park (…

Golf clubs were a lot lighter as fifteen women prepared to play Ladies Day golf on Wednesday, June 20, because they had to choose only three clubs to go with their putter for the day’s scramble. Decisions, decisions, decisions! It’s tough to select only three clubs! So hard was the choice of…

WASHINGTON, June 3, 2019 – USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) will begin accepting nominations for county committee members on Friday, June 14, 2019. Agricultural producers who participate or cooperate in an FSA program may be nominated for candidacy for the county committee. Individuals may n…

Thirteen ladies came out to enjoy Ladies Day at the Montpelier Golf Course on Wednesday, June 12. It was a Guess and Go day. The women formed four teams, and each team had to “Guess” what they thought their score for the day would be. Once they turned their guesses into the clubhouse, they w…

Stocked with equipment and information, Idaho Fish and Game’s “Take Me Fishing” trailers travel to local ponds across the state. Wrapped with vibrant fish illustrations, they’re hard to miss.

Between storm systems that drenched the valley on Tuesday and are forecast to return on Thursday, the women were thrilled to have Wednesday arrive with blue skies and sunshine and be able to hold their first Ladies Day of the season. Nine women attended the short meeting about this year’s ac…

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• It’s time to start thinking about the Lincoln County Fair and the Cokeville Community Booth. This year’s theme is “Just a Small Town Throw Down”. Kelsie Teichert is the chairman and would love to have all your entries so don’t wait till the last minute and start gathering those items. Boo…

The Sharp Shooters Camera Club will meet Wednesday, July 24 at 7 PM in the hospital board room. This meeting will be a review of three assignments: silhouettes, sunrise / sunset, and flowers. Time permitting, club members can also present short shows.

The Bear Lake School District 33 Board of Trustees held their regular monthly meeting at 7 PM on July 9. Bills to be paid for June and July in the amount of $448,231.98 were approved. Superintendent Gary Brogan gave an update on summer maintenance being done. Bids have come in to replace a p…

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