A Winter Storm Warning was issued Jan. 16, that goes into effect at midnight and is expected to last until Jan. 17, at 11 p.m. states a release by the National Weather Service out of Pocatello.
Preston Police Department
According to meters in Weston City, there is a water leak somewhere in the city. City officials are looking for the leak and suspect it to be in the area surrounding the lower pump house.
￼Valley Wide Cooperative, with their grant partner Land O’ Lakes, donated $10,000 to the Idaho FFA. Through their benevolence fund, Valley Wide Cooperative and Land O’ Lakes donate, yearly, more than $100,000 to local communities and organizations. Receiving the donation from the Idaho FFA w…
A new year has begun. Not only do we have to break the habit of writing 2019, when we really mean 2020, but the start of a new decade also creates a unique opportunity for people to scam us.
Quick highlights from the journalist history of Franklin County over the past 100 years Taken from the newspaper archives of the Franklin County Citizen and Preston Citizen.
The art room at Maple Springs Assisted Living Center in North Logan becomes a creative flurry of intense concentration for former Preston resident Donna Shipley Petersen. Despite having difficulty seeing dark colors due to macular degenerations, and under the supervision of friend and art sp…
The Pirates took care of business last week winning both their non-conference games. They start playing conference teams this week beginning with a home game against Soda Springs on Thursday, Jan. 16, and a road game with Bear Lake on Saturday, Jan. 18. The varsity games start and 7 p.m., JV…
In Twin Falls on Tuesday Canyon Ridge fell to Preston 68-51 extending the Indian winning streak to seven. For more be sure to check out next week's edition.
Preston takes on Wood River at home for a 75-54 conference win.
The Indians defeat Twin Falls 75-52 at home.
On Jan. 2, West Side Boys Basketball team traveled to Grace where a stunning first quarter gave them a 26-12 advantage. By halftime they led 42-21, but Grace did not give up. They kept plugging away and cut the deficit to 16 by the end of the third.
The Lady Indians are currently 12-2, on the season and undefeated in district play. Their final seven games of the regular season are all conference games and will be critical in determining their seeding for the district tournament.
The Pirates travel to Bear Lake on Wednesday, Jan. 15, for their first district dual. Schools in attendance will be Bear Lake, West Side, Aberdeen and Grace. It will be great opportunity to see how the Pirates match up against district opponents.
Ask me six months ago and I would have told you that earwigs were nasty vermin that snuck onto the Ark because I’m sure Noah wouldn’t have purposely saved them from drowning. Now my opinion is altered. Earwigs are nasty vermin for 2-3 months and the rest of the year they are neutral to even …
The main problem, said Windy to himself, is a lack of variety. He got up from his kitchen table and poured a fourth cup of coffee. The weather outside was terrible, he didn’t have any work to do today, Ramses was healthy and asleep over next to the heater. Not bad, said the old cowboy philos…
It was a rare treat to have Vince come in the Mule Barn truck stop and join us for coffee. He’s usually too busy taking care of what we all know around the valley here as the “gas station gun shop.”
Friday, Nov. 8, the Franklin cemetery was gifted a new flag and pole placement, thanks to an Eagle project spearheaded by Josh Denton. The old pole had been taken over by a tree and the pulley had seized, making the change necessary.
On Nov. 20, 1959, our parents Brent and Linda Christensen sealed their love for eternity and were married in the Logan Temple. It is now three children, 10 grandchildren, and 18 great grandchildren later. That equates to many ballgames and recitals, missions and marriages, concerts and compe…