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Mike Stears (Deanne Coffin) Shelley Man Inducted into Idaho Trapshooting Hall of Fame

A Shelley man is now the newest member of the Idaho Trapshooting Hall of Fame.

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Memorial Day Weekend (Deanne Coffin)
Locals Kicking Off the Start of Summer Season
Memorial Day weekend is the traditional kick-off to the summer outdoor recreation season and that includes camping.
Field of Heroes (Deanne Coffin)
'Field of Heros' Has Something New This Year 
Hundreds of people braved the stormy weather this week to make sure the 'Field of Heroes' Memorial was ready to go with it's traditional white crosses and something new.
State Hospital, Local Boy Scouts Remember Patients Buried in Cemetery 
State Hospital South in Blackfoot held a memorial Friday morning to honor patients buried in the hospital's cemetery.
City Council Puts the Freeze on Hiring Freeze Resolution 
Earlier in the week, KPVI News 6 told you that the Pocatello City Council would take on the topic of a hiring freeze with city employees.
Deal reached with couple charged in Shawver shooting death 
Bannock County prosecutors have reached a deal with the Rusty and Ashlee Lish, the couple charged in accidental shooting of five year old Noelle Shawver.
FMC updates community on site cleanup  
Representatives from the FMC Corporation gave a presentation Thursday to the Pocatello Rotary Club updating the community on the clean-up efforts happening at the old phosphorus site.
High School graduations across Pocatello 
High school students across Pocatello are taking the next steps in life, and saying goodbye to their high school years.
Police Looking for Missing 15 Year Old Girl
The Pocatello Police department is requesting assistance in locating 15 year old female, Day Witt.
New Horizon High School's Class of 2015 Takes the Stage  
Wednesday night was just the start of graduation ceremonies for local high school seniors.
Company Uses Drones to Increase Farmer's Revenue 
Unmanned Arial Vehicles, or UAVs, commonly called drones have sprung up for various uses across the world. And now the technology is starting to be used -- sometimes illegally in agriculture.

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