County grants mud bog permit

Mud bog

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NAPLES — The North Idaho Mud and Crawl will hold its second event May 30-June 1 in the Highland flats area outside Naples.

DelRey Romero was granted a special event permit to hold the mud bog and rock crawl by the Boundary County Commissioners April 1.

Romero asked in his application for a one-time event permit similar to the one used for the August 2013 inaugural event.

Although the hearing notice called the permit a recurring event permit, Chief Deputy Prosecutor Tevis Hull clarified that is what was requested on the permit application.

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