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Topic - Jeff Williams
Carlin Mayor Cliff Eklund is throwing his hat in the ring for a seat on the Elko County Commission.
The cheese producer Glanbia has laid off about 50 workers from four southern Idaho plants after the company was unable to purchase as much milk as it did last year.
Jeff Williams wasn't turning off the TV. The Giles High School football coach and 1989 Virginia Tech graduate wanted to see the end of Virginia Tech's Monday night game against Georgia Tech. He wanted to see his alma mater pull out a key victory.
Commissioner Jeff Williams said dumping nuclear waste in one's backyard is not an "appetizing" idea, but he said the state should allow all information to be scrutinized.
The Times-News (http://bit.ly/1aOGv0u ) reports Glanbia President Jeff Williams said the company has lost about 10 percent of its milk supply.