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Stanley Paul Smith, 65

July 3, 2012

Obituary

Stanley Paul Smith, 65, of Blackfoot passed away on Saturday, June 30, 2012, at Bingham Memorial Hospital in Blackfoot.
He was born Jan. 8, 1947, in Franklinton, Louisiana, to Glendora Carter.

Cheryl Ann Wilmesmier McIntyre, 54

July 3, 2012

Obituary
 
Cheryl Ann Wilmesmier McIntyre, 54, of Blackfoot passed away July 1, 2012, at Bingham Memorial Hospital in Blackfoot.
She was born Jan. 9, 1958, in Sheridan, Wyo., the daughter of Robert Wilmesmier and Ruby McNair Wilmesmier.
She attended school in Sheridan and graduated from Sheridan High School in 1976.
On June 25, 1976, she married Lynn R. McIntyre in Big Horn, Wyo. To this union two children were born, son, Christopher (1977) and daughter, Melissa (1978).

Ronald Dean Meeks, 70

July 3, 2012

Obituary

Ronald Dean Meeks, 70, of Fort Hall passed away on Saturday, June 30, 2012, at his home in Fort Hall.
 Ronald was born on Feb. 26, 1942, in Pocatello to Raymond and Juanita Kaka Meeks.  He was raised in Fort Hall and lived his entire life in the Fort Hall area.  Ronald attended schools in the Fort Hall and Blackfoot school districts.

Proud to be an American

July 3, 2012

Proud to be an American is Marjorie Mecham from Groveland. A flag flies in her yard and she has flag and patriotic decorations in her home.
About her flag collection, she said, "It's something I've done for a long time.
"My daughter sends me flags when she travels and I pick flags up from places when I travel," Mecham said.
The flags spurred many a story.
Holding a flag featuring a blue star on a white field with a red border, Mecham said, "I have this flag because my husband served during World War II."

Fort Hall to celebrate Treaty Days

July 3, 2012

Those eager to see some great fireworks (and even light some of their own) can do so in a safe and controlled environment tonight starting at dusk at the Fort Hall rodeo grounds. The firework show is in celebration of Shoshone-Bannock 'Treaty Day' and Independence Day.
According to Randy 'L Teton, public affairs manager for the Sho-Ban Tribes, 'Treaty Day' is in recognition of a peace treaty signed on July 3, 1868 in Fort Bridger (which at that time was in Utah Territory) between the Shoshone and Bannock Indian tribes and the United States government.

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