Archive - Oct 8, 2012
Katrina Elliott, a second grade teacher at Blackfoot Charter Community Learning Center, has been awarded a $250 New Classroom Start-Up Grand from Northwest Professional Educators (NWPE), the state's only non-union professional teacher association.The award will fund the purchase of SMART board software.
Clowns, rodents, spiders and monsters...there's something to make nearly anyone shudder and shriek at this year's Grandstand of Terror spook alley. Volunteers have been busy putting the finishing touches on the popular haunt, a fundraiser for the Blackfoot Community Players and Nuart Theater, in the grandstand at the Eastern Idaho State Fair
The Blackfoot Fire Department, at 225 N. Ash, is conducting an open house today from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. to commemorate Fire Prevention Week Oct. 7-13. Everyone is welcome to stop by for a tour of the station and refreshments.
Blackfoot Fire Department Captain Dave Krumenacker said the department is teaming up with the nonprofit group National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) urging residents to have "Have Two Ways Out," the theme of this year's Fire Prevention Week.
Edward Martin Madson, 75, of Butte City, passed away peacefully with family members by his side on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012 at the Bingham Memorial Hospital in Blackfoot.
Ed was born on July 1, 1937 in Jackson, Wyo., to Enoch Paul and Edna Henry Madson.Â He was raised and educated in the Jackson Hole area. Throughj is life he resided in Jackson; Salt Lake City, Utah; Blackfoot and Butte City.Â He was elected mayor of Butte CityÂ in 2001 and was currently serving in that capacity.Â Â Â
John Charles â€śButchâ€ť Hulse, 65, of Blackfoot passed away Friday, Oct. 5,2012 at the VA Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Irene Hofhine, 72, our sweet wife, mother, and grandmother passed away at St. Lukeâ€™s Hospital in Meridian on Oct. 3, 2012.
She was born in 1940 in Blackfoot. She was the daughter of Charles and LaVerne Hatch. She graduated from Firth High School in 1958.
In 1961 she married her high school sweetheart, Paul H. Hofhine. They lived in numerous places including Utah, Idaho, California, and 20 years in Mesa, Ariz. They raised four children.
BLACKFOOT - Technology is changing the world as we know it, and Blackfoot author Rulon Cammack has found a way to use technology to make one of his dreams come true.
Cammack and his wife Lori have lived in Blackfoot for 35 years They have eight children and 11 grandchildren. He has worked for INL for years, but until recently he has only dreamed of sharing his writings. Cammack has just published a book he has worked on over the past 15 years, "The Soul Collector: A Tale of Time."