Archive - Jun 4, 2012
His lineage as a horseman has no end and now Berry Cellan is bringing his love and knowledge of horses to Blackfoot - with the Intermountain Equifest 2012 - an event for horse enthusiasts of all kinds.
Equifest is a three-day expo (June 29 through July 1) at the Eastern Idaho State Fairgrounds and will give horsemen and spectators an opportunity to network, show their skills and see what's new and exciting in the horse industry.
A public meeting to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the four proposed concepts for the project at the intersection of Groveland Road with US26 is from 4 - 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Groveland Elementary Cafeteria.
The meeting will be in an open house format. Drop by anytime.
Safety is the primary purpose for the project. The intersection has the highest crash ratio of any intersection in Bingham County.
Steam coming off the potato processing plant, under certain conditions, eliminates visibility.
The project is in the initial development phase.
Public input is desired.
Science Fun was on display at the 4-H Day Camp Monday afternoon.
Students used materials found in almost any kitchen to do experiments.
Ingredients included vinegar, baking soda, food coloring, Ziploc bags, Dawn dishwashing detergent, Mentos, pop rocks and Diet Cola.
Explaining why a Mentos fountain works, 4-H Coordinator Debbie White said, "Mentos is a mint candy with a hard shell with small holes in it," she said. "Carbon dioxide is in the soda.
"The carbon dioxide sticks to the Mentos candy; the carbon dioxide builds up and then explodes, White said.
When Glenna Hale steps into the All-American Diner at 902 West Highway 39, she sees a bit of American from the 1950s.
There's a poster for "The Long, Long Trailer," a Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz movie, another advertising Pepsi for five cents and one featuring a 1954 Ford pickup.
"I like it," Hale said of the decor. "It brings back memories. I like all the old pictures of pickups and that. It's cool."
It doesn't hurt that the food is good, too.