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October 17th

Snake River High to perform 'Pirates'

October 17, 2010

By MELANIE MOORE
mmoore@cableone.net
THOMAS — The Snake River High School Music Theatre presents Gilbert and Sullivan's "Pirates of Penzance," which opens tonight and runs through Saturday. The show begins at 7 p.m. at the Snake River High School Auditorium. Tickets are $5.

October 15th

Russets go for two! Win thriller over Blackfoot 22-21!

October 16, 2010

SHELLEY — Aaron Adams simply would not be denied. With under a minute remaining in the fourth quarter Adams carried the ball twice from the three yard line. The first time for a touchdown. The second for a go ahead 2-point conversion, lifting the Russets to a thrilling 22-21 conference victory over the Blackfoot Broncos.
"I said we're running slot left, twenty-one counter dive reverse and we're scoring the blank word." Shelley head coach Dave Hadley said. "We believed in ourselves, trusted in each other and wow, that was awesome."

Cloda Neeley McCrory

October 15, 2010

Cloda Neeley McCrory 88, of Blackfoot passed away quietly at her home surrounded by those she loved on Oct. 12, 2010.  She was born Dec. 4, 1921, in Preston to Elmer and LaVern Orchard Neeley. She graduated from Pocatello High School in 1939.  She married Orville F. (Mac) McCrory in 1942. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple. 

Students honor MVMS principals

October 15, 2010

BLACKFOOT — Mountain View Middle School (MVMS) students honored their principals Thursday as part of National Principals Month.
The idea came from the Snake River Junior High, Bonnie Harwood, student council advisor said.
The morning announcement at MVMS declared, “We’re sending our principals to the tropics; please make it like paradise for them.”
In the morning, students greeted the principals with leis, lounge chairs and orange-pineapple drinks.

Allred critical of tax, cuts

October 15, 2010

BLACKFOOT — Gubernatorial candidate Keith Allred stopped in Blackfoot Thursday to meet supporters and to answer questions from concerned citizens.
The Democratic candidate drew approximately 100 people—from staunch supporters to skeptics—to a meet and greet event Thursday evening.
Allred, who believes in a government by and for the people and not for special interest, said his two priorities are education and reducing the tax burden for Idahoans.

Basic to open free employee clinic

October 15, 2010

BLACKFOOT — Basic American Foods is providing a new benefit for employees — free healthcare.
A new health clinic located at the Blackfoot Basic American facility, will provide employees and their families with free office visits, free laboratory tests and free prescriptions. There are approximately 450 employees at Basic American in Blackfoot.
“Our main goal is to keep employees healthy,” Human Resources Manager Ken Carrol said.

October 14th

Valiant Tiger effort falls short

October 15, 2010

ABERDEEN - A quintet of Lady Tiger spikers suited up for the final time in front of the home crowd and despite a spirited rally from two sets down, fell to the visiting Lady Dragons of Malad in five sets, 25-15, 25-20, 23-25, 23-25 and 15-11.
"We proved once again that we can play with anyone in our district," said Coach Melanie Beck. "We just need to put it all together at one time and we could beat some of these teams that have edged us of late."

Russets close out season

October 15, 2010

SHELLEY — The big, bad Madison Bobcats came calling at Shelley High School on Thursday evening, spoiling the senior night of a trio of Russets with a 3-0 sweep 25-14, 25-16 and 26-24.
After a pre-match ceremony honoring Abigail Shaw, Michelle Fowler and Katelyn Kidman the Bobcats showed their collective muscle, powering their way to fairly easy wins in the first two games.

October 13th

Cougars end regular season

October 14, 2010

FIRTH —The Firth Cougars bid a fond farewell to four seniors before Wednesday evening's showdown with the first place West Jefferson Panthers. After a hear warming pre match ceremony honoring Emily Fielding, Kelsie Oliver, Brooke Chapman and Shannon Spencer the visitors disrupted the proceedings with a 3-0 shut out of the Cougars.
"I hope that these seniors continue to have big dreams and the courage to go after them," Firth head coach Carla Reeves said. "I was especially proud of Kelsie Oliver tonight. She just went out there and played her heart out."

Lady Broncos oh, so close

October 14, 2010

IDAHO FALLS — Trailing by one goal to the Bonneville Lady Bees, Blackfoot put on a last rush in a valiant effort to tie the game. In the last 5 minutes of play the Lady Broncos peppered the Bonneville goal, only to see the ball carom harmlessly away on as many as five occasions, leading to a hard fought, yet disappointing 3-2 season ending loss.

 

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