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Tribes schedule hotel, event center groundbreaking

April 25, 2011

For the Morning News
FORT HALL — An event celebrating the long-awaited construction of a hotel and events center by the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday just west of the Interstate 15 Fort Hall Exit.
The “groundbreaking” event will be held amidst a hubbub of pre-construction activity at the site that started a month early due to favorable weather conditions, said Nathan Small, tribal chairman.

Snake River senior receives prestigious scholarship

April 25, 2011

 
THOMAS –Sandra Molina, a senior at Snake River High School (SRHS), is one of the recipients of the Gates Millennial Scholarship (GMS).
Molina is the third SRHS student in four years who has received this scholarship.
This year, 23,000 students applied for this scholarship, “so the competition was very steep,” said counselor Karen Crook. One thousand scholarships were awarded.
Crook said, “The scholarship will pay for her schooling for the next 10 years if she decides to get a doctorate degree.
“She can attend any accredited college in the U.S., Crook said.

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