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ISP wraps up Silver Valley enforcement emphasis
Troopers make several drug related arrests and seizures
By CHANSE WATSON Managing Editor COEUR d?ALENE ? With the arrival of the fall season, many things can be expected by Silver Valley residents. We know that many of us will coincidentally be sick from work on the first day of rifle hunting season (Oct. 10, FYI). We know that with snow already on the top of our local ski resorts, it?s time to start thinking See ISP, A6
Homecoming in Wallace!
The bulk of illegal substances seized in the Silver Valley during the three-day enforcement emphasis. From the left, the four large marijuana seizures are displayed measuring out to approximately nine and a half pounds, 12 pounds, 42 pounds, and 3 and half pounds, respectively. On the far end, the approximately two ounces of cocaine and two ounces methamphetamine (with syringes) are included in addition to a smaller amount of marijuana in the colored containers. Photo by CHANSE WATSON
ON THE LIGHTER SIDE
Ohio residents say monkeys on the loose in neighborhood: Residents of a quiet town in southwest Ohio swear they?re not seeing things when they tell people monkeys are on the loose in their neighborhood. WLWT-TV reports residents in Lebanon, a city about 30 miles northeast of Cincinnati, have used their phones to capture photos of the monkeys hanging out in trees. Lebanon police say they?re aware of the reported monkey sightings and are investigating. Residents suspect the monkeys were pets at some point. Residents say the monkeys haven?t been spotted since being photographed several weeks ago but can still be heard. ? Associated Press
Silver......................$16.55/oz. Gold...................$1,270.00/oz. Lead..............$2,519.00/tonne Zinc...............$3,217.00/tonne TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS- PRESS, CALL (208) 752-1120 © Copyright 2017 News-Press Vol. 33, No. 53 Web: shoshonenewspress.com By JOSH MCDONALD Staff Reporter Wallace Jr./Sr. High School celebrated their homecoming week last week, a celebration the whole WHS community got involved in. Principal Chris Lund thought the week was terrific and complimented the leadership class for their hard work. ?Everything went really well,? Lund said. ?Our student leadership class put on a great homecoming.?
New staff making Wallace Jr./Sr. High a better place to learn
By JOSH MCDONALD Staff Reporter Wallace High School has a few new faces at the front of some of their classrooms this year as they welcomed Natalie Heyn, Patrick Richardson and Nicole Delbridge to the district. Heyn will be taking over some of the math and science classes, Richardson found his niche in social studies and civics, and Delbridge will be splitting her time in both Wallace Jr./Sr. High School and Silver Hills as the music and band instructor. Heyn is coming to Wallace after teaching in Coeur d?Alene and is excited to be in her new surroundings. ?The kids and staff are awesome,? Heyn said. ?It really is a nice school to be working in.? Richardson, who comes to Wallace by way of West Boylston, Mass., is a civics teacher, who just finished up at the A week of fun activities and themed days kept the energy high as the students raced towards the end of the week dance and football game. Monday night students were treated to a fun movie night at the school, followed by Dress As a Tourist Day and Western Day. Thursday night the students showed their support of their volleyball team when they hosted their East Shoshone County rivals the Mullan Tigers. University of Idaho to get his teaching certificate. ?I am very happy to be here,? Heyn Richardson said. ?This is a great community and the people are terrific.? See WHS, A6 Courtesy photo The students of Wallace Jr./Sr. High School show off their Miner pride! Photo by JOSH MCDONALD Homecoming queen and king Destiny Angle and Zayne Hunter. Delbridge is a returning Silver Valley resident, she spent a brief part of her childhood here, Richardson but has come back to help kids find the magic of music. ?I lived here and
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