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Legal Notices

Legal Notices 05/28/2014
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Our Feathered Friends

Birds of a Feather
Black-throated Green Warbler
Birds of a Feather

 

I was talking about the bird count in my article in last weeks story, and thought that many of you had never heard of the Wood Warblers, a species of birds, that pass through here in the spring.

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Calendar

Calendar -- May 28
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General News

8 charged in WCHS food fight

Disciplinary action had not been decided as of press time Tuesday for students involved in a food-fight prank by some seniors that resulted in damage to cafeteria ceiling tiles at Wilson Central High School this past Friday.

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IDB panel to meet May 29

The By-laws Committee of the Industrial Development Board sets meeting on Thursday.

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Meth still a pressing danger locally

Educating others regarding the dangers of methamphetamines – producing and using – is one of the top methods authorities use to warn hotel owners and landlords who often bear the costs when a meth lab is discovered.

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Sewer rates to increase in new MJ budget

MT. JULIET -- Mt. Juliet’s proposed city budget for fiscal year 2014-2015 is predicted to be larger than last year’s budget, due in part to already-funded expenses for the planned Eastern Connector carried over from last year’s budget, according to City Finance Officer John Rossmaier.

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Wilson Central's food fighters won't walk

Seniors involved in the food fight prank that occurred Friday, May 23 at Wilson Central High School will miss out on a milestone this weekend.

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General Sports

Bulldogs reach Friday's title game
Sam Lind
Bulldogs reach Friday's title game

Lewis-Clark 6, Cumberland 5
LEWISTON, ID -- Zach Holley scored from second base on an errant throw after a sacrifice bunt in the bottom of the ninth inning to give second-seeded Lewis-Clark State a 6-5 victory over No. 10 Cumberland in Game 17 of the 2014 Avista-NAIA World Series at Harris Field.

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CU wins marathon game 13-5
CU wins marathon game 13-5

LEWISTON, ID -- A two-run single by Sam Lind keyed a five-run sixth inning that helped No. 10 Cumberland break a 5-5 tie and go on to a 13-5 victory over top-seeded Oklahoma Baptist early Wednesday morning at the 2014 Avista-NAIA Baseball World Series.

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