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Lorie Miller is Athlete of the Week. The senior point guard for the North Fremont Huskies was one of the hardest workers at practice and in the gym, according to her head coach, Ben Lenz.

IDAHO FALLS — Members of North Fremont Business Professionals of America participated in the annual Region 10 competitive events at Eastern Idaho Technical College on Friday, Jan. 15, 2016. Students from nine schools competed in 60 different business related categories to demonstrate their s…

During the Idaho Horticulture Expo, four students were chosen for their scholastic record, student need and their ability and sincerity in pursuing employment in the nursery industry in Idaho. Each student received a check for $750. Listed below are students who won the scholarships:

  • Catherine Stanton Madison Public Library
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Here at the Madison Library, we’re ready to begin a month of literary frolicking with this year’s book “A Room with a View” by E. M. Forster. Each winter we spend a month on a community reading series we call On the Same Page. Why? Studies have shown that people who read for pleasure are mor…

  • Jeff Hough Guest Opinion
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Recently I read an internet post by a person who lamented a work situation made stressful by a terrifying supervisor. The writer outlined the supervisor’s unprofessional, incompetent behavior, which was followed by angry outbursts from nowhere. Because of this unpredictable nature, the super…

  • Matthew Whoolery Guest Opinion
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In his remarkable series, “The Ascent of Man,” on the historical development of human beings and science, Jacob Bronowski stands in the ashes near the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz, where some family members of his had died.

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The Madison JV girls basketball team completed a fine season and their fans wish to congratulate them. The team went 15-3. It was a great season for this team, with great coaches and a great bunch of young ladies. Front row left to right: Aliesha Seamons, Brooke Hammond, Brielle Hammond, Lau…

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Sugar-Salem competed at Cupids Cheer Challenge at Highland High School on Saturday and placed first in show, first in pom, first in sideline and first and second in stunt group. The four-time defending 3A state champions are coached by Hayli Peterson. They will compete this year at the state…

The Board of Judges for the District of Idaho, in conjunction with the Lawyer Representatives, has announced that up to $30,000 will be available for the Community Outreach Grant Program for calendar year 2016.