BLACKFOOTâ€”All the little ghouls, witches, and goblins are welcome to come and capture their costumes on camera at the Photography Boo-tique as part of the annual Halloween Charity and open house. Harmony Jones has put together the event for the last three years.
"My passion is my work; it builds my soul." said Jones of her business, "I feel so honored when a new client books a session with me, and when I hand them their family wall portrait, or their senior album."
Monday was law and motion day in the Seventh District Judge Darren Simpson's courtroom in Blackfoot.
Defendant Lawrence James Crow, age 25, was to appear before Simpson with a Rule 35 request.
Rule 35 is used by defendants to request a correction or reduction of a sentence.
Crow was transported to Idaho Department of Correction in Boise and was unable to attend his hearing on Monday.
Crow's hearing was continued to 1:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 2, when he will be able to attend his hearing.
Let there be light...and more light...along Blackfoot's greenbelt. Blackfoot Mayor Mike Virtue announced Monday that the 15-foot solar-powered Bollard lights that were ordered to be installed along the Jensen Grove greenbelt are here and will be installed to the light way for walkers by the end of next week.
"City workers have poured the foundations for installation of 18 of the lights at various locations around the loop," Virtue said.