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Press Release - Victor Bomb Threat

Press Release


05/30/2017 AM

This morning, Teton County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a bomb threat at the Victor Health Clinic located in Victor, Idaho. Staff members at the clinic received the threat this morning and began evacuating the building.


The Sheriff’s Office and Teton County Fire and Rescue are currently on scene and working in conjunction with the Idaho Falls Bomb Squad. Units onscene have cleared the building and have determined the bomb threat is unfounded. The Sheriff’s office is now investigating the source of the threat.


Traffic was initially diverted from Highway 33 onto surrounding roads, but at this time all roads are open. Buildings in the surrounding area were evacuated as a precaution. At this time the Sheriff’s Office is allowing persons evacuated to return to those homes and businesses.


Teton School District 401

On Monday, May 15th the board met to start working on a path forward for our school bond. We had presentations on different construction options, staff projections, maintenance needs of current schools, and transportation.  We created a pro/con list for each of the different construction options. At the end of the meeting we decided that new community schools for Driggs and Victor was the best fit for our community.

Our next bond meeting is Monday June 19th. We are going to decide:

·  Grade level Configuration

·  Possible update options for Tetonia, RUES, middle, and high school

·  Location for Basin

·  What percentage of growth do we aim to project

                   Impact on taxes 


July 4th - Grand Marshall Dale and Ronell Breckenridge


Dale Lee Breckenridge and Ronell Hillman were both born in 1930 in Teton Valley.  They were both welcomed into homes with strong ties to the land, great pioneer stock.  In the fall of 1936 Dale started school at the Haden School, near Tetonia.  Ronell went to Darby.  Both of them rode a horse to and from school.  Because of the distance from home to high school, Dale boarded with Rebecca Moffat and then with Lorene and Willis Moffat, during the week. 

Sewer Rate Increase

Resolution NO 16-0413

WHEREAS, Victor City Code Title6, Chapter 3, Section 28 requires the City Council to review and revise sewer user charges and rates from time to time as required; and

WHEREAS, the City Council wishes to amend the Victor Sewer user rates in order to accurately reflect the cost of sewer operations; and,

WHEREAS, On the 13th day of April, 2016, the City Council did approve this Resolution No 16-0413.


NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Victor, Idaho, as follows:

   1  That the standard sewer rate be increased to $42.91.

2  That the hardship sewer rate be set at $32.80. This rate requires qualification for the Homeowners      Exemption and Property Tax Reduction from Teton County, Idaho.



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City of Victor Idaho
32 Elm Street
P.O. Box 122
Victor, ID 83455

Phone: (208) 787-2940
Fax: (208) 787-2357