Space travel, rockets and airplanes were popular interests of young boys across America in the 1960s. “I want to be an astronaut when I grow up,” some said, or, “I want to be a pilot.”
Rep. Ryan Kerby, R-New Plymouth, wants to know what Payette County residents have to say about funding Idaho’s deteriorating roads and bridges.
About 50 carpenters, electricians, plumbers and general contractors gathered at the New Plymouth Middle School for a pre-bid conference Feb. 17 to discuss work to be completed on the elementary, middle and high school this year.
New Plymouth City Council on Feb. 17 approved the final platt for the Pleasant Loop Subdivision, located on South Pleasant Avenue.
The Fruitland School District will ask voters to renew the supplemental levy that has been in place for the last two years, but at a lower amount.
David and Patricia Cluff were married on March 5, 1965 in the Idaho Falls Temple. In celebration of their 50th Wedding Anniversary their children: Tammy Campbell, Lorrie Cudaback, Drew Cluff, Ladd Cluff, Amy Caviness, Adam Cluff and Aaron Cluff, are hosting a reception in their honor from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 7, 2015, at the Payette LDS Church located at 502 South Iowa Avenue, Payette. Light refreshments will be served.
Resident Brandon Smith, of Payette, was able to snap a shot of the Kiwanis Park’s infamous albino squirrel scurrying up a tree.
Jackie Denig, left, assists Susan Moore in putting her ballot into a new tabulator machine at the American Legion in Payette this morning. Polls close at 8 p.m.
Smoke tornadoes shot through the Payette sky after a controlled burn got out of control at 4 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 10, on Shelley Drive. No one was hurt and nothing was damaged, save for an abandoned field of weeds. Neighbors and firefighters rushed to the scene and helped put the flames out.
Payette Police Lt. Gary Marshall and Chief Mark Clark answer questions from teachers during a presentation Thursday about a new plan that will be added to lockdown practices in the Payette School District.
Cameron White and fellow Boy Scouts work together on his Eagle Project to complete New Plymouth’s Frisbee golf course along with the New Plymouth Kiwanis.
Alta Mesa’s lease for Sections 33 and 34 was approved, which is highlighted in red. An oil well will be drilled in each section.
New Plymouth Elementary kindergartners raised their flags as they sang patriotic songs to their families during Grandparents’ Day on Oct. 1.
John Hoff brings his multi-instrument Rocking Cowboy Piano act to the Portia Club Oct. 23.