Fremont County was the first county created after Idaho was admitted to the Union. It was organized by the Legislature in 1893 from the northern part of Bingham County. It was named for John C. Fremont, the pathfinder who surveyed the West for the Government.
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New Phone System

Election Memo

Youth Outdoor Skills Day

A new telephone system will be installed at the Fremont County Courthouse, Annex and Prosecutor's Office Tuesday, April 21. There may be brief periods when the lines are unavailable. If you are unable to reach someone, please wait a few minutes and try again.

The Courthouse is an absentee polling place from April 15 to May 19 at 5 p.m. Electioneering* is illegal within 100 feet of a polling place as per Idaho Code 18-2318. Pamphlets, handouts, newspaper ads, newspaper articles, stickers, pins, pens, or other campaign materials are not allowed. Conversations regarding candidates or ballot items, while being in the Courthouse, are not allowed. Vehicles with bumper stickers with electioneering content must be parked 100 feet away from the Courthouse.
*To work for the success of a particular candidate, party, ticket, etc. (Definition from dictionary.com)

Youth Outdoor Skills Day is May 2 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Beaver Dick Park, west of Rexburg.
The event is free, including registration for a drawing for a rifle from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Event stations include archery, muzzleloaders, trapping, dog training and backpacking.

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