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Maggie Ann Roland, 28

October 22, 2010

Maggie Ann Roland, 28, of Blackfoot, passed away Wednesday, October 20, 2010 at the Lifecare Center in Idaho Falls, from complications of Prader-Willis Syndrome.
Maggie was born August 22, 1982 in Twin Falls, Idaho, to Duane and Carla Irene Hoffhine Roland. She moved with her family to Blackfoot before she turned one and has resided in Blackfoot since. She attended school in Blackfoot, graduating from Blackfoot High School in 2001.
She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She was happy to be able to attend the temple on June 5, 2010.

Men in green go pink

October 22, 2010

BLACKFOOT – The Blackfoot High School football team will have something in common with the pros tonight -- they are going pink. In support of breast cancer awareness month the Broncos have dedicated their senior night to Coach Stan Buck’s wife, Kim and all other breast cancer survivors.
The team will wear pink mouthguards, wristbands, stickers and shoelaces to show their support. Generous donations from Bingham Memorial Hospital and Stadium Sports helped make the event possible. Cheerleaders will also throw pink footballs and other pink items to the crowd.

Blackfoot District refinances bonds

October 22, 2010

BLACKFOOT — The Blackfoot School District Board of Trustees Thursday voted unanimously to refinance bonds issued in 2002 to finance the construction of the Blackfoot High School Gymnasium and the Blackfoot Performing Arts Center.
The School Districted held a competitive bond sale Thursday of the remaining $6,145,000 general obligation refunding bonds. Five bids were received from interested financial institutions, with the lowest bid submitted by Zions Bank with a true interest cost of 2.21 percent. The original true interest cost on the District’s 2002 bonds was 4.69 percent.

Panthers capture district crown

October 22, 2010

MONTPELIER – It was a thriller at Bear Lake High School as the Snake River Panthers and the Bear Lake Bears tangled for the 3A fifth district championship. In a match that both teams deserved to win, Snake River emerged triumphant with a thrilling five game victory 25-23, 24-26, 25-23, 22-25 and 15-12.
“This was a great match, the kind of game that a championship match should be,”
Snake River head coach Shelli Van Orden said. “Bear Lake is a great team and it’s matches like this that will help us at state.”

Panthers advance with 1-0 victory

October 22, 2010

TWIN FALLS - The Snake River Lady Panthers and the Fruitland Lady Grizzlies entered the A3 state soccer tournament as the two of the highest scoring teams in the tournament. When the eighty minutes of play ended, the Lady Panthers owned a 1-0 victory earned by stellar defense and terrific goal keeping.
“We knew that Fruitland was talented, fast and quick on the ball,” said Coach Randy Turpin. “Our girls just wanted it more today and we played a terrific game defensively to earn the win.”

 

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