Archive - Oct 5, 2012
BLACKFOOT â€” Blackfoot will become a rock and roll mecca Monday night with the Triple Threat Concert Tour coming to town. It will feature big name hard rock bands Seether and Sick Puppies and up-and-coming bands Kyng and Eye Empire at Club El Centenario on Spruce Street. Hard rock lovers will be familiar with the bands hosted by Red Tie Concerts of Idaho Falls.
BLACKFOOT â€” Dawn Roth at Head to Toe Bodyworks Massage and Esthetics is taking her business to a whole new level, literally.
She is moving uptown from 1265 Parkway to 45 North Broadway up the wide stairs of the eclectic old Milmore Building into a room with brick walls and exposed wooden beams. The environment is calming as the smell of essential oils and sounds of soothing music prepare you for a relaxation. Bekki Mangum has been a client since Roth became certified. Mangum said of the new location, "I am excited to help revitalize downtown Blackfoot."
THOMAS â€” Nate Martin rushed for 118 yards and a pair of touchdowns while the defensive unit pitched a near shutout as the Snake River Panthers opened conference play with a most impressive 41-6 victory over long time nemesis Marsh Valley on Friday evening.
"We wanted to come out and set a tone," Nate Martin said. "We just wanted to keep fired up from start till finish tonight."
BLACKFOOT â€” Kyler Haddon rushed four 104 yards and four touchdowns and James Korth added 106 receiving yards while scoring three touchdowns as the defending 4A state champion Blackfoot Broncos extended their winning streak to 18 games with a 57-36 win over Hillcrest on Thursday evening.
"The offense was outstanding tonight," Blackfoot head coach Stan Buck said. "Alonzo threw the ball well. We ran the ball well and our offensive line protected well we just didn't anticipate a shootout like we got tonight."