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Ida L. “Kelly” Plevick, 73

June 2, 2011

Ida L. “Kelly” Plevick, 73, of Blackfoot, passed away Monday, May 30, 2011, at
Bingham Memorial Extended Care in Blackfoot. 
Kelly was born Oct. 3, 1937, in New Bedford, Mass., to John Kelly and Stella L. Souza. She moved to the Blackfoot area in 1990 and has lived here ever since.
Kelly is survived by her daughters, Laura (John) Boodry of Blackfoot, Tamra McHale of Pennsylvania and Debbie (Gabe) Young of California; son Jeffrey Lizee of Boise; brothers, Thomas and Johnny; eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

Irrigators, county commissioners make flood plans

June 2, 2011

BLACKFOOT — Preparations for possible flooding was the agenda item for representatives of four irrigation companies as they met with the Bingham County commissioners on Tuesday.
"Most of the canals are in better shape than we were in 1997," said C. Paul Robertson of the Parsons Ditch Company. "In '97, that was a nervous two weeks."
The last major flood came through this part of the state most recently in 1997.
The Parsons Ditch Company is the last irrigation canal in Bingham County, just before American Falls.

Firth spaghetti dinner earns funds for school supplies

June 2, 2011

The Morning News — Leslie Mielke
Four-year olds Ben Evans and Gabe Hooste dig into spaghetti dinners at the fundraiser at A. W. Johnson Elementary in Firth Wednesday evening. "We've had a huge turnout," said organizer Laurie Nielson. Funds raised from the dinner, donated items and raffle totaled $3,060. Proceeds will be used for paper, ink and curricula for students and teachers in the Firth School District.

Harrington to retire

June 2, 2011

BLACKFOOT — Tom Harrington has spent 39 years as a teacher and administrator, and this year he has finally decided to retire.
Harrington has worked in the Blackfoot School District for 22 years as an administrator. He was an assistant principal at Blackfoot High School from 1989-1991. He was then assigned to Mountain View Middle School for three years. He was transferred back to BHS in 1991, where he has remained since.
"I found my niche," Harrington said. "I like to work with kids and it's been a perfect fit."

River reclaims bike path

June 2, 2011

The Morning News—Melanie Moore

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