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Manzanar Internment Camp Designated as Historical Site
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Hunt Internment Camp To Get Federal Grant

National Park Service grants will help preserve two Idaho sites that remind us of a difficult time in our nation's history.  Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar has announced two grants totaling more than $300,000 for preservation and interpretive projects at World War II-era Japanese-American internment sites. 

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Supplemental Levies Pass In Magic Valley

Tuesday was a good day for school supplemental levies in the Magic Valley.  Hansen School District voters passed a $190,000 levy for one year.  Kimberly voters approved a $300,000 levy with 69% voting in favor.  Murtaugh

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Six School Districts Asking For Money Tuesday

Voters in six school districts in the Magic Valley will be going to the polls to decide on supplemental levies.  The Cassia County School District is asking for just over $681,000 per year for two years.

The money goes into the school district’s general fund.  Hansen School District is asking for a renewal of its annual $190,000 levy.  Voters in the Jerome School District will vote on the renewal of an annual $650,000 levy which will go into the general operating budget and will not be used for facilities.

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State Honors Japanese Americans

Monday was a Day of Remembrance for those interned and those Japanese-Americans who fought in WWII, even while some of their families were interned. Men, women, and children, mostly U.S. citizens not guilty of any crime, were held in internment camps for more than three years.

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Rupert Women Gets Probation For Grand Theft

A 5th District Judge in Minidoka County has sentenced a Rupert woman to probation after stealing money from her employer. 

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Woman Dies In Crash Near Paul

A Paul woman is dead after a two vehicle accident in Minidoka county yesterday. Police say 20 year old Marina Gomez was westbound on 200 south when she failed to stop at the stop sign at the intersection of 200 South/500 West and pulled  into the intersection. 19 year old Taylor Carson of Burley, was southbound on 500 West. 

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Some Burley Area Residents Prepare For Possible Flooding

Sandbags are being handed out in Heyburn as the Snake River creeps closer to several neighborhoods. Minidoka County Sheriff Kevin Halverson says the River is a foot away from flood stage. He says residents are doing all they can to prepare for the worst

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Manzanar Internment Camp Designated as Historical Site
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Hunt Internment Camp Monument May Expand

The National Park Service announced yesterday  that it intends to purchase of around 128 acres of land adjacent to the  former location of the WWII Hunt Camp.

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