Archive - Sep 2011
BLACKFOOT â With her husband in law enforcement, Laura Mansanarez understands what many families went through on Sept. 11, 2001.
She also knows that first responders aren't often appreciated as much as they will be on Sunday, the 10th anniversary of those horrific attacks on the World Trade Towers in New York City.
So she has written a poem and surrounded it with artwork she will present to local first responders in the near future.
Allstar Weekend lead singer Zach Porter, right, sings along with Eric Nicolau on guitar during the Allstar Weekend concert Thursday night at the Eastern Idaho State Fair. Ronnie Dunn will take the stage tonight at 8 p.m.
BLACKFOOT â Two men were rescued from the Snake River Thursday morning after their boat capsized north of the Porterville Bridge.
The men, Jeff Childers and Frank Eversol, were fishing on the Snake River when they say their boat struck a tree limb and flipped over. Neither of the men were wearing life jackets, but were able to climb onto the top of their capsized boat and call for help on a cell phone.
The Bingham County Marine Patrol located the men and their boat approximately three miles upstream from Porterville Bridge. Their boat was stuck on rocks in the river.
BLACKFOOT â The top two teams in the High Country Conference squared off on the pitch at Blackfoot High School on Thursday afternoon as the undefeated Broncos took on the undefeated Bees in a classic soccer showdown.
In a back and forth affair, the Bees showed why they are the defending 4A state champions as they tallied a pair of second half goals to escape with a 3-2 victory.
Justin Michael Lathrop, 19, of Basalt returned to his Heavenly Father on Monday, Sept. 5, 2011.
He was born on May 25, 1992, at Fort Carson, Colo., to Michael and Elizabeth Kremin Lathrop.Â
He spent his early years in Sterling and Dixon, Ill. In 1996 the family moved to Utah and in 1997 moved to Idaho, where he spent the remaining years of his life. Justin attended school in Firth, and graduated from Firth High School in 2010.
Tamara Rose âRosiâ Medicine Horse, 33, of Blackfoot passed away Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2011 at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center in Idaho Falls.
Rosi was born Jan. 16, 1978, in Pocatello to Thomas Medicine Horse and Ramona Lee Dixey. She attended schools in the Blackfoot School District and attended college at Idaho State University. She lived in Blackfoot, Nebraska, Texas, Arizona and Utah.
She was married to Nathanial Yabeney; they were later divorced.
She was employed with the 477 Human Resources Department for the Shoshone Bannock Tribes.
Dr. Lucile âDocâ Nye Schober, formerly of Blackfoot, passed away Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2011 after suffering a major heart attack.
Doc was born on April 28, 1919, in Boise where her family was staying and moved back to Beverly Hills, Calif., shortly thereafter.Â
Doc was as smart as a whip, enabling her take accelerated classes and graduating from Beverly Hills High two years early. She then attended USC and after graduation continued on to attain degrees in both chiropractic and naturopathic medicine in 1941 where she graduated at the top of her class.
Lila Nadine Oleson, 85, of Blackfoot passed away Sept. 6, 2011, at the Renaissance Assisted Living in Blackfoot.
She was born Aug. 27, 1926, in Firth, the daughter of George Cederberg and Mary Frederiksen Cederberg.
Lila has lived her whole life in the Firth and Blackfoot area.Â She spent the winter in Wapello and summers at the ranch on the Blackfoot Reservoir.Â She attended school in Firth and graduated from Firth High School.
On Feb. 28, 1950, she married Joe Oleson in Blackfoot.Â He preceded her in death in 1988.
She was a member of the Assembly of God Church in Firth.
Garth Lee, 82, of Blackfoot passed away Saturday, Sept. 3, 2011, at his home in
Moreland surrounded by his family. He left peacefully after a long battle with Alzheimerâs.
Garth was the second of five children born to William Moss and Elda Mae Kroll Lee on May 26, 1929, in Rigby. He attended school in Ammon and Lincoln until his family moved to Coolidge, Ariz., when he was 16 where he continued his education. As a young man, Garth worked at a service station, learning mechanical skills from his father.
Elsie Eleanor Winkler went to her heavenly home on Sept. 1, 2011.
Born in Blackfoot on Nov. 1, 1915,Â of Swedish emigrant parents, Elsie was one of nine children born to Amanda and Carl Anderson. Elsie wasÂ graduated from Blackfoot High School in 1934.