Fruitland’s proposed ordinance on gas and oil drilling appears to be on track for passage soon, possibly by month’s end.
Fruitland’s wastewater treatment plant was in the regulatory limelight on Feb. 7 as officials from federal and state environmental agencies were on hand for presentation of a national award.
The school district’s administrative office was filled with members of the New Plymouth community on Monday evening for the monthly meeting of the district’s Board of Trustees.
A big first half deficit was too much to overcome as the Payette boys basketball team saw its season come to an end on Feb. 12 in a 54-26 loss to Homedale in the Snake River Valley District Tournament play-in game.
At a time when he should be going to school and being active, Bryce Fisher, of Fruitland, can do neither. This is because he has a very rare disease that is making it hard to get around. It keeps him inside his home, away from other people.
A donation of $5,000 from Teton Machine Company in Payette continues the fundraising momentum for the Payette Boys & Girls Club, which is expected to open in May, according to Craig Jensen, a member of the club’s steering committee. On Feb. 6, Jensen and other committee members gathered …
Onerous federal regulations have far-reaching negative consequences—not only adding paperwork burdens, but also discouraging job creation and economic growth. One of my top priorities has been to eliminate excessive federal regulations that hinder American innovation and job growth. Thankful…
Sherry Milhorn of Payette was among 79 outstanding volunteers throughout the state of Idaho recently honored as a star by Lieutenant Governor Brad Little. Milhorn was recognized at Idaho’s Brightest Stars awards ceremony in Boise.