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Madison holds off Blackfoot

December 1, 2012

BLACKFOOT — After trailing by close to 10 points for the majority of the game, Blackfoot made a run to cut Madison's lead to 32-30 with two minutes left in the third quarter. The Broncos didn't score from the field for another five minutes and by that time the lead and grown to 11 and the Bobcats hung on to win 53-44.
"We did some good things tonight," Blackfoot head coach Dan Hale said. "Especially defensively. Offensively is where we need to see some improvement. We played like five individuals for most of the night instead of running our offense. I think we were just trying too hard."

Judge to review D55 files

December 1, 2012

BLACKFOOT — Following an hour-long presentation on Friday, District Judge David Nye took the case of Joyce Bingham vs. Blackfoot School District 55 under advisement.
Bingham brought suit against the school district because they refused to explain a large payment which she found when she examined its budget.
"As I looked on the website at the district's published budget, I noticed the first listed expense in July was $105,428 for a contracted service," said Bingham. "Checking back to January, any other contracted services were usually paid on payday which is around the 20th of each month.

Christmas Tree Fantasy auction raised $16,000

December 1, 2012

The tree, wreath and holiday decor auction at the 34th annual Christmas Tree Fantasy Thursday night brought in about $16,000, according to event chair Jana Rupe.
One Christmas tree donated by Milestone/E.M. Tanner sold for $1,200 while another tree, decorated in the memory of Gene 'Fatboy' Taylor, was purchased, donated back to the auction, and then sold again.
Rupe said she is pleased with the outcome of this year's auction, considering there were fewer trees donated to the event this year.
"We are always happy with what we get," Rupe said. "Blackfoot is a very generous community."

Judge takes Distict 55 decision under advisement

December 1, 2012

Following an hour-long presentation on Friday, District Judge David Nye took the case of Joyce Bingham vs. Blackfoot School District 55 under advisement.
Bingham brought suit against the school district because they refused to explain a large payment which she found when she examined its budget.
"As I looked on the website at the district's published budget, I noticed the first listed expense in July was $105,428 for a contracted service," said Bingham. "Checking back to January, any other contracted services were usually paid on payday which is around the 20th of each month.

 

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