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  • 05/16/2024 - 8:55am

  • From left, County Clark Donna Atwood, Deputy Clerk Michelle Hagans, and county employee Melissa Odoms demonstrate how tabulators are used during a Logic and Accuracy testing demonstration held last week. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
    05/16/2024 - 8:53am
  • 05/16/2024 - 8:49am

  • From left WMHF Secretary Laurel Adams, WMHF Executive Director Kimberly Burgess, and WHS Healthcare Scholarship winners Emri Kunz, Danika Ford, Lillie Janicek, and Ella Terry. Photo by Nancy Grindstaff
    05/16/2024 - 8:45am

  • Mac McCommon, right, uses a reciprocating saw to remove sheetrock at the Snake River Heritage Center Museum. The cost to repair the problem won’t be known until the extent of the problem is assessed. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
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    The horizontal crack in the floor joist pictured above is clearly visible. There are several joists with the same damage that need to be repaired before the museum’s ballroom can be used again. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
    05/16/2024 - 8:41am

  • A private jet, parked at the Weiser Airport last week, brought in personnel and company officials who are overseeing the expansion of a local business in Weiser. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
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    This helicopter has been flying in and out of the Weiser Airport for the last several weeks, reportedly transporting unidentified personnel to a future development site in the mountains north of Cambridge. Photo courtesy of Weiser Airport
    05/01/2024 - 8:00pm

  • The Weiser Memorial Hospital Foundation is hosting psychologist and behavioral analyst Dr. Kent Corso in Weiser beginning May 8. Above, he gives a talk at the Vendome in 2022, touching on the difficult topic of suicide. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
    05/01/2024 - 8:00pm

  • The City of Weiser Water Department and its employees were recently honored for their work keeping Weiser water clean. Above, from left, is Robert Torres, Todd Schimmel, Mike Shepherd, Bill Taylor, Jim Hehir, and Ron Pope. Not pictured is Sjon Spens. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
    05/01/2024 - 8:00pm

  • Legendary local and Idaho golf player and colorful personality Joe Malay was recently honored by the Idaho Golf Association as part of its Hall of Fame class of 2024, which honors the state’s greatest in the amateur and professional golfing ranks. It is the IGA’s inaugural year for the Hall of Fame designation. The first class holds several of Joe’s lifelong friends who have played with or against him. Above, he is shown with Idaho radio personality Kevin Miller at Tim Wrightman’s Champion Mindset Dinner, Auction, and Football Camp held at the Lazy Bear Ranch this past weekend. Wrightman’s dinner benefitted youth who participated in his annual football camp, which was held Saturday, April 27. In the background are several past teammates Wrightman played with during his days at UCLA. Far left, background, is former NFL quarterback Jay Schroeder. Joe, who served as the evening’s emcee, is regularly asked to emcee special events due to his extroverted and likeable personality, professionalism and humor. Read Joe’s story, beginning on this page, upper left. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
    05/01/2024 - 8:00pm

  • Above is a luggage cart used to haul passengers’ bags and other belongings back during the 1800s and early 1900s. It is taken out of storage for special occasions. Photo courtesy of Weiser Architectural Preservation Committee.
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    The old Eaton Train Depot will soon get a new roof, which has been needed for some time. Above is Ray Laan, left, and Kevin Jones. Photo courtesy of Weiser Architectural Preservation Committee
    04/24/2024 - 8:00pm
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  • ‘Oh my gosh, that’s me! Wow, I am shocked,’ exclaimed Lori Maddox after she was chosen as the winner of the first annual Weiser Elks Lodge Chili Cook-Off. She was chosen among nine contestants by three judges that included U.S. Navy Veteran Ken Edwards, Weiser Classic Candy owner Patrick Nauman, and Weiser Signal American editor Phil Janquart. Her name will be etched onto the big, white chili pot, which will be a revolving trophy to be displayed at the Elks Lodge. Above, Nauman presents Maddox with the trophy. Maddox said she used plenty of hamburger, green chilis, black beans, sautéed onions, salsa, jalapeno, and more beans. The result was a thick, flavorful chili that pleased the palate. Don’t forget that Friday night, April 26, is Neil Diamond Tribute Night at the Elks Lodge. Start time is 5:15 p.m. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
    04/24/2024 - 8:00pm
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05/16/2024 - 10:09am
The Weiser High School track teams competed at the 3A District Championships in Homedale on May 9 and 10. Weiser mens’ team came in third place and the Weiser women’s team finished as District Champions.   In the men’s division, Weiser scored 97...

Opinions

05/16/2024 - 9:56am
Dear Editor:  At the Washington County P&Z meeting, concerns regarding the proposed animal shelter proposed to be located by the airport were voiced by members of the community.  Let me address those concerns: Regional shelter:  That...

Sports


Weiser’s Dauge McClellan won the District 3 boys singles championship and, along with 12 of his teammates, will compete for State titles this week. Photo by Nancy Grindstaff
05/16/2024 - 10:18am
 Playing through the 2024 District 3 tennis tournament, Weiser High School’s Wolverines earned third-place in team standings in both boys and girls divisions, as well as qualifying 13 to compete for titles in this week’s 3A State Tournament at...

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