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Archive - Oct 11, 2011

Supreme Court refuses to consider Rhoades case

October 11, 2011

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to consider the case of Idaho death-row inmate Paul Ezra Rhoades, effectively ending the appeals of his death sentence.
Rhoades was convicted of three murders in Idaho Falls and Blackfoot in 1988 and sentenced to death for two of them. In his petition to the U.S. Supreme Court, Rhoades said a lower court judge was wrong to refuse to have an evidentiary hearing on claims that his attorneys were ineffective when it came time to present evidence of mental illness during his sentencing.

David Archuleta, Gary Morris tickets still available

October 11, 2011

BLACKFOOT — Tickets for David Archuleta's "My Kind of Christmas" concert sold quickly Saturday—but there are still a few hundred tickets available to those still wishing to attend.
Susan Mann, programming director for the Blackfoot Performing Arts Center, said tickets for the Dec. 9 show sold quickly Saturday morning, but that approximately 200 of the 1,200 tickets available for the show were still available Monday afternoon. Tickets are $31.

RV storage at fairgrounds popular

October 11, 2011

BLACKFOOT — During the winter, the Eastern Idaho State Fairgrounds (EISF) has over 100,000 square feet of indoor storage for vehicles or recreational vehicles.
Included in this list are performance cars, trailers, boats, vans, motor homes, fifth- wheelers, Skidoos and/or "any recreational vehicle you can bring in on a trailer," said Stan Osburn who is part of the EISF maintenance crew.
Storage space is limited and is on a first-come-first-serve basis. Storage will be taken from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, Monday through Friday, and from 8 a.m. to 12 noon on Saturday.

Domestic violence awareness activities Thursday

October 11, 2011

By MELANIE MOORE
mmoore@cableone.net
BLACKFOOT — October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and two local events are planned in Blackfoot and Fort Hall for Thursday.
The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Tribal Health and Human Services Victims Assistance Program is conducting a mile walk, breakfast and program to raise awareness of domestic abuse. Registration for the walk will begin at 8 a.m. at Timbee Hall, with the walk beginning at 8:30 a.m. Following the walk, breakfast will be served followed by a presentation from Domestic Abuse Judges David Hooste and Brandelle Whitworth.

 

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