Archive - Sep 27, 2012
BLACKFOOT â€” The Blackfoot Bronco volleyball squad took to the court on Wednesday night looking to take down the visiting Pocatello Indians in a conference tussle on the hard wood. Unfortunately for the Broncos and a nice crowd in attendance, the home standing Broncos came up just short of a comeback attempt as they fell in five games 15-25, 18-25, 25-23, 27-25 and 4-15.
Born Sept. 17, 1912, family and friends of Eva May "Sis" Wray celebrated her century mark this month. She was born and raised in Lompoc, Calif., north of Santa Barbara.
Living through the Depression, she developed a strong work ethic, said her son, John Wray. "She saved money and gave to those in need.
"She's a real humble person who always stays in the background," he said. "She's a gracious giver but does not receive well.
"At a family party, Mom could be found in the kitchen, preparing the meal," Wray said. "Family is very important to her."
Idaho First Lady Lori Otter made it clear that she was expressing her own views, not necessarily those of her husband, Idaho Governor C,L, (Butch) Otter's or of State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Luna's, as she addressed an audience of students, educators and patrons Wednesday. She urged her audience to "Vote YES for Education" (Idaho Proposition Bills 1, 2, and 3) at the Blackfoot Performing Arts Center.
Attorneys hired by the Bingham Memorial Hospital board reported their internal review of allegations raised in the press during the months of May and June 2012.
Attorneys Walter Bithell and Erik Stidham from Holland & Hart in Boise conducted this review.
"We had full access," Bithell said. [The board's direction was, "whatever you think you need to review."
The attorneys investigated seven basic allegations:
Â° Outdated Medications and Supplies
Â° Billing for Saipan Hospital
Â° Purchase and Sale of Equipment by Cyberdine
Â° Telephone Monitoring
Â° Medicare Secondary Payer Forms