Archive - Dec 7, 2011
BLACKFOOT â The 20th annual Cookie Festival at the Emanuel Lutheran Church is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. The church is at 1110 Parkway Dr. in Blackfoot.
The cookies cost $5 per pound.
Over 5,000 cookies will be on sale.
"No boxes of cookies are pre-packaged," said Margaret Contor. "As people come in, we hand them a box and a glove so they can pick what cookies they would like."
Each box holds about four pounds of cookies.
John Miller, a previous Morning News editor, has posted this tribute for Pearl Harbor Day on his blog. We thought you might enjoy. Today is the 70th Anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
IDAHO FALLS âÂ The doors of the first Chick-fil-A restaurant in Idaho don't open for about 24 hours but more than 75 people already are in line at 3003 S. 25th E. in Ammon despite the single digit temperatures.
BLACKFOOT â Butch Hulse won the runoff election Tuesday for seat 4 on the Blackfoot City Council by a margin of 122 votes.
Hulse defeated Clair L. Broadhead with a vote of 450-328 as he garnered 57.8 percent of the vote and won the majority at each polling place.
A total of 778 voters headed to the polls in the runoff election and turnout was similar to the November election when 781 total people cast their vote for seat 4.
âI appreciate everyone that voted,â Hulse said after the election. âIâm really excited.â
Broadhead had no comment after the election results were finalized.
Blackfoot beat Snake River Tuesday night. For stats and the game story pick up Wednesday's edition of the Morning News.