THOMAS â€” The Snake River Panther volleyball squad closed out their home schedule on Wednesday evening as they paid a fond farewell to their lone senior Whitney Dance in a special pre game ceremony and then bid adieu to a pesky American Falls squad 3-1 by the final scores of 25-23, 22-25, 25-10 and 25-6.
"Whitney played well tonight, she had several nice kills and it was nice to send her off with a win," Snake River head coach Shelli Van Orden said. "Overall I was really happy that we did as well as we did because you never know what is going to happen with a new rotation."
Items of note from Sept. 26 - Oct. 8.
CAT SHOT: Sept. 26, 8:13 p.m.: A woman said someone has shot her cat through the window of her residence. She said there is a bullet hole in the screen and she cannot find her cat.
BURGLARY ALARMS: Sept. 26, 10:30 p.m.: Dispatch received calls from multiple businesses reporting burglar alarms going off.
WRONG NUMBER: Sept. 27, 11:35 a.m.: A woman said she was attempting to call her hairdresser and there was no emergency.
BLACKFOOT â€” Tempers flared between county residents and county commissioners following a 'standing room only' work session Tuesday. The commissioners unanimously approved wording changes to the controversial planning and zoning ordinance.
Work on the countywide zone ordinance started in 2007 and affects the property rights of local residents. The ordinance presents guidelines for residential and agricultural subdivisions and provisions for how to appeal to those guidelines. It contains zoning guidelines for energy development such as windmills and other developments.