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CALDWELL — Brenda Castle always wanted to be a clown. So when the Gem Jester Alley clown group held a clown training in Nampa, she jumped at the opportunity. Read more

CALDWELL — Brenda Castle always wanted to be a clown. So when the Gem Jester Alley clown group held a clown training in Nampa, she jumped at the opportunity.

Editor’s Note: From youth soccer to adult league softball, if it’s being played in Canyon County, this is the space for it. Community Connector will run Wednesdays and is dedicated to sports being played around the community. Send your announcements, photos and results to sports@idahopress.c…

Delbert Baum blew out 97 candles on his birthday, Jan. 14, with his wife, Viola, and family at the home of Frank and Gwen Baum. His niece and caregiver, Mary Phoren, was also present.

Middleton resident Eli Clark has handed in his final blue card. After learning to play the trumpet well enough to play 16 bugle calls, the 18-year-old has earned every Boy Scouts of America merit badge possible. The last batch of merit badges was handed to him on a cookie sheet, an understan…

Feeding wild birds is one of the most popular outdoor activities in the U.S., and the Idaho Department of Fish and Game encourages bird enthusiasts to keep a few things in mind to help assure successful bird feeding.

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Marriage licenses issued Jan. 25 through Jan. 29

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Marriage licenses issued from Dec. 28 to Jan. 1

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Marriage licenses issued Dec. 7 through Dec. 11

Sarah Johansen and Lane Robbins are proud to announce their engagement and marriage.

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Marriage is a risky business. It is taking a chance on a person in order to possibly live a life full of joy. No matter how great the wedding, what follows is still a risk. It is not a sure thing.

This time of year, many homeowners are reluctant to have interior work done on their home, as the holidays are generally enough chaos without adding home improvement to the mix. On the other hand, many of you will be heading out of town for those holidays, leaving the perfect opportunity for…

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Marriage licenses issued from Dec. 28 to Jan. 1

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Marriage licenses issued Nov. 30 to Dec. 4.

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More than 100,000 people, including birding enthusiasts across Cache Valley, are expected to turn out this weekend as part of a worldwide effort to identify and document birds of all varieties.

Dwain (Jack) and Rosemary Stevens were married on Feb. 4, 1956, at Mountain Grove, Missouri. They have three daughters, Pamela (Darrell) Brown, Sondra (Joe) Cline and Lesa (Keith) Hinkley, as well as five grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

Raymond and Dona Ong will celebrate their 60th Wedding Anniversary the evening of Jan. 4 at a gathering of family and friends at the old Nampa 1st Ward building, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Dave and Marleen (Fowler) Bomar, of Nampa, were married on Dec. 18, 1965, in Kansas City, Missouri, and celebrated their 50th anniversary this year. The couple has been blessed with two children — David (Kim) Bomar Jr. of Bellingham, Washington, and Stephen (Anne) Bomar of Fresno, California…