It is interesting that the writers of the Standard-Examiner do not know the difference between a U.S. highway and a state road. U.S. highway signs are on a shield, while the state roads are marked with a beehive.
An article referring to the temporary closing of U.S. 189 was referred to as S.R. 189. This misnaming has occurred several times.
The article of Jan. 27, "Bear River Massacre," referring the to Shoshone massacre in Idaho 150 years ao properly referred to U.S. 91 correctly. Maybe the writer had second thoughts about calling it S.R. 91. What state would it have referred to?
Richard K. Brimhall