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Meridian pharmacy robbed for prescription drugs

MERIDIAN, Idaho — Meridian Police are investigating a robbery that occurred early Monday afternoon at a pharmacy along East Fairview Avenue and Locust Grove Road. An officer at the scene said a man wearing a mask jumped over a counter at the Walgreen's store, went to a safe, and demanded that pharmacy staff open the safe before he took all the drugs in the safe and took off from the store.
MERIDIAN, ID
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Nampa Police trying to locate missing, endangered man

NAMPA, Idaho — Nampa Police are asking for the public's assistance in locating a missing, endangered man from Nampa. Nicholas, 25, was last seen wearing a black shirt with a superhero logo on it, black shorts and gray-rimmed glasses. He is described as being 6’02”, about 185 pounds, with brown eyes, dark blond hair and a receding hairline.
NAMPA, ID
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Hearing soon: Canyon County commissioners approve changes to draft comprehensive plan

CALDWELL — Two of three Canyon County commissioners voted in favor Monday to approve changes to the county’s draft comprehensive land use plan, paving the way for another public hearing on the plan. Commissioners Pam White and Keri Smith voted in favor of approving the changes, while Commissioner Leslie Van Beek voted against. Smith said, “there is a lot in this plan that supports smart growth and areas for our...
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Idaho’s housing resources positively impact our community’s quality of life

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Employment Opportunities Sept. 26

The Eli M. Oboler Library has a potential transfer opportunity for a Library Assistant 3 on our Meridian campus. For a complete job description and application instructions click here. Employees who hold permanent status in this classification may contact the Office of Human Resources directly to submit a resume and any other requested application materials. Apply by midnight on September 27 to be considered.
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