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  • From left, Brittne Swearingen, Joni Ball, Chelsie Dugan, and Adrianna Kenney work on their timing during a rehearsal session at the Star Theater in Weiser. The Illustrious Onion Skin Players production of ‘The Veggie Villain, or ... He Had a Steak in It’ is set to open March 4. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
    02/08/2023 - 9:25am

  • The Weiser city council could discuss annexing this 4.39-acre parcel of land as early as Nov. 14. At right is Weiser River Bridge. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
    02/08/2023 - 9:12am

  • Located east of Highway 95 and south of the Weiser River, this parcel of land could be the future home of the proposed Weiser RV Park, which would feature 100 RV pads and dozens of tent spaces. Photo courtesy of Hayden Outdoors
    02/08/2023 - 9:09am

  • Kaye York’s painting ‘Easy Does It’ was recently completed for Midvale resident Kalyn Hochstrat who commissioned the work and gifted it to her husband, Brian, for Christmas.
    02/08/2023 - 8:59am

  • Maurice and Barbara Syme have been married since 1953, recently celebrating their 71st wedding anniversary. Humor and gratitude are a big part of maintaining a long, happy marriage, they said. Photo by Nancy Grindstaff
    02/08/2023 - 8:56am

  • Kathy Skow, shown in this 2014 photograph, passed away tragically last week in a ranching accident at her home southeast of Weiser. Skow was a well-respected rancher and community servant. Photo courtesy of the Skow family
    02/01/2023 - 10:26am
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  • Area residents visit with Gov. Brad Little and state department heads during the Weiser Capital for a Day event held Friday, Jan. 27. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
    02/01/2023 - 10:19am

  • Weiser High School’s Bernie Weldon teaches Business Technology, Career Preparation, and Business Essentials. The walls of his classroom are adorned with copies of Microsoft certifications earned by students. Photo by Philip A. Janquart From left, Jacob Vanplanck, Ethan Morgan, and Michael Kielhorn. Vanplanck has already been invited to attend the Orlando, Florida event. Courtesy photo
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    02/01/2023 - 9:49am

  • U.S. Navy veteran and former Nampa Mayor Tom Dale was on hand Thursday to help introduce crewmen of the USS Idaho, a nuclear submarine currently under construction in Groten, Conn. From left, Petty Officer Gianni Luzzetti, Petty Officer Peyton Freck, Petty Officer Justin Teal, Lt. Cmdr. Darrell Smith, Master Chief Travis Skipper, and Lt. Beckett Lemley. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
    02/01/2023 - 9:40am

  • Above, the last Simplot truck is ready to leave the Grower Solutions location in Weiser. The property is now empty, except for a few fertilizer bays, shown below, which still contained a small amount of product. Services have moved to Ontario. Photos by Philip A. Janquart
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    01/24/2023 - 9:16pm

  • Independent journalist Josh Gibbons, shown above, spoke about his recent experience covering the border crisis for Rebel News at the Bee Tree Folk School in Weiser last week. Gibbons was invited to come speak to Washington County residents by ConservativesOf: Washington County. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
    01/24/2023 - 8:28pm
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  • Idaho Gov. Brad Little, shown above, speaks during a recent engagement in Boise. He will be at the Vendome on Friday, Jan. 27 along with various state department heads to field questions from Washington County residents who are encouraged to come meet the governor face to face. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
    01/24/2023 - 8:03pm

  • Kids from Greenhouse Preschool visited the Weiser Signal American newspaper office last week to see how a newspaper is put together. From left, Braxton Downing, Atty Hickey, Alexa D’Addabbo, Sawyer King, and Michael Flowers. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
    01/24/2023 - 7:57pm

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 Valentine’s Day is a special day to honor sweethearts and four local women will be honored for their support of Beta Sigma Phi and the community. Each chapter nominates and selects a sorority sweetheart and hosts a banquet in their honor.  The...

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02/08/2023 - 10:06am
Well, it looks like the warmer temperatures are trying to tell us that spring is not too far off. I don’t know about you, but the sooner it gets here the better.   This has been another fairly quiet week around City Hall.    Crews are...

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Andrew Enders, fourth from right, front row, signed a letter of intent to play football at the College of Idaho in Caldwell on Monday, Feb. 6. Enders, who was the starting quarterback for the Wolverines, poses with fellow members of the Weiser High School football program. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
02/08/2023 - 9:28am
Weiser High School quarterback Andrew Enders is now a ‘Yote.  Family, friends, coaches, and others watched as he made it official on Monday by signing a letter of intent to play football at the College of Idaho in Caldwell. He is the first...

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