Archive - Nov 28, 2012
BLACKFOOT â€” The auction at the Bingham Christmas Tree Fantasy begins at 7 o'clock tonight in the Needlecraft Building on the Eastern Idaho State Fairgrounds.
Fantasy hours are from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. today and Friday and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday.
Soup and other offerings are available at the Fantasy Cafe that is open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The entrance fee to the Fantasy is $2 per person or $10 for the immediate family.
Former Idaho National Laboratory (INL) workersâ€”both union and non-union, workers and managementâ€”can now receive a free test to detect early lung cancer.
This program is funded and supported by the Department of Energy .
"In the U.S., there are 160,000 deaths each year from lung cancer," said Steven Markowitz, MD, the occupational medicine physician who directs the screening program. "There are 800 deaths caused by lung cancer each year in Idaho.
THOMAS â€” The Snake River Lady Panthers returned to the hardwood following the Thanksgiving break as they took on a solid Soda Springs club at Snake River on Tuesday evening. Snake River built a 22-11 halftime advantage but the pesky Cardinals proved to be equal to the task as they outscored the host Lady Panthers 25-11 in the second half to steal away a 36-33 come from behind victory.
"First and foremost Soda is a great team and we knew that coming in. They played tired in the first half and we played tired in the second half," Snake River head coach Rich Dunn said. "I don't know what their coach said to them at half time but they came out motivated and ready to play in the second half. They did a good job of making halftime adjustments and we didn't, it's as simple as that."
Five years ago on the 10th of December Jamie Warren got a new chance at life through a double lung transplant. Warren was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis. At 28 she was told she only had 6 months to live and deemed an unfit candidate for the transplant until her lungs had just about taken their last breath. With her lungs functioning at only 11 percent her husband made the decision to put her on a ventilator while the doctors held an emergency meeting to decide her fate. Three days later, Warren was granted a miracle.
When students from Joe Ingersoll's AP government class at Aberdeen High School entered the city council chambers on Tuesday, Gov. Butch Otter immediately acknowledged them.
During a lull in taking questions from the audience at Aberdeen's Capital for a Day, he encouraged them to ask their own.
Eventually Carl, one of the students, asked about what tax liabilities and benefits he could receive if he started his own landscaping business.