The regular city council meeting for Paris City Council was held on June 4, 2019. All members were present.

Southeastern Idaho Public Health and Idaho State Police will be conducting a free Drug Impairment Training for Educational Professionals (DITEP) on June 17-18, 2019 from 8 am-5pm. The training will be held at Idaho Central Credit Union’s Administration Building at 4400 Central Way in Chubbuc…

BOISE ID – A free Medicare Webinar for individuals turning 65 and those approaching Medicare eligibility will be held on June 19 from 10:00am to 11:30am. Caregivers and all those interested in learning how Medicare works are encouraged to join. Call SHIBA at (800) 247-4422 register.

The Bear River Rifleman Inc. held another public/membership meeting on the 29th of May. Attendance was down a little from the last meeting, but the members did ratify the new officers for this year, Todd Boehme as President, 1st Vice Craig Bunn, 2nd Vice Tyler Smith, Secretary TR Smith, Trea…

On July 15-18, 2019 Southeastern Idaho Public Health will be offering a free Mental Health First Aid training. This groundbreaking course, taught in two-hour sessions over four days, from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. at 1901 Alvin Ricken Rd. in Pocatello, gives people the tools to identify when someone…

Montpelier city council held their regular meeting on June 5th. Dan Fisher and Steve Allred were absent. The agenda was modified in the Senior Center Update was removed from the Agenda. After the regular business, the meeting moved to the Public Hearing for the rezoning of the property belon…

The Bear Lake County Sheriff’s office is investigating the shooting death of an 11-years old Blackfooot resident. On June 9, 2019, law enforcement and medical personnel were dispatched to a location just off U.S. Highway 30 to a report of a young girl that had been shot.

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…

What a great place to live! Our beautiful Bear Lake area offers many things to do, such as camping, boating, and hiking, to name just a few. The phrase “There is nothing to do here ” is a lazy man’s phrase and does not apply. There is a little something for everyone in Bear Lake County, and …

Ladies are you ready for winter to be gone and for Ladies’ Day golfing to begin??? Regardless of weather, there will be a meeting for all women golfers on Wednesday, June 5, 2019, at 9:00 a.m. at the Montpelier Golf Course. Upcoming events, including hosting an Invitational Tournament with t…

“Hey, batter batter swing, batter!” It is early evening, and the spring sun is beginning to lower, dust kicked up from cleats filters through the sun’s rays. Steel bleachers layered with blankets are filled with parents cheering kids on. Advice is shouted out on choking up on the bat and how…

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The Cokeville Class of 2009 held their 10 Year Class Reunion on Saturday, June 15, 2019. They met at the Gold Buckle for lunch then went to the park for snow cones and visiting and then enjoyed a video as they reminisced about high school. Their final activity of the day was a fire with s’mo…

The children and adults participating in the Summer Reading Program at the Bear Lake County Library were challenged to create an egg drop lander. Scientists and engineers designing moon landers must design a vehicle that will descend and land slowly enough not to damage its cargo. Creating a…

According to our Divinely inspired Constitution, the U.S. federal government is to have NO say, or actions, in health care, or in education in our public schools. These are matters reserved for the States and their communities. The people and the States created the Federal Government, not th…

The American Legion, LaVoy Thornock Post 40 and The American Legion Auxiliary, LaVoy Thornock Unit 40 presented the Memorial Day Program at the Cokeville Cemetery on Monday, May 27. Although it was rainy and cold, many gathered for this wonderful, annual event. Auxiliary President, Gwen Pete…

Bear Lake School District #33 is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children, ages 1-18, without charge. Acceptance and participation requirements for the Program and all activities are the same for all regardless of race, color, national origin, …

MONTPELIER, Idaho; June 10, 2019 — Grades still matter and Bear Lake Middle School 7th grader Cassidy Higley know it. Higley recently won a $100 scholarship savings account as a regional winner of the spring drawing of Zions Bank Pays for A’s program.

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