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Police Log

January 18, 2013

Items of note from Jan. 2-14.

Blackfoot Police

INCOMING: Jan. 2, 11:15 p.m.: A woman said an unknown object just hit the side of her residence.

THEFT: Jan. 3, 6:38 p.m.: A caller at the Short Stop said a man left with alcohol that was not paid for and there are cameras and a customer witness to the incident.

COOKIES: Jan. 5, 10:23 p.m.: A caller said some teenagers are doing cookies in the parking lot between Taco Bell and Ridley's and there is a female on top of the car.

SHOTS FIRED: Jan. 7, 7:27 a.m.: A caller on South Pendlebury said she heard five shots fired.

Late Bonneville surge paces Lady Bees past Lady Broncos

January 18, 2013

BLACKFOOT — Down a point entering the fourth quarter of their conference tilt with Bonneville on Thursday evening the Blackfoot Lady Broncos turned to their full court press. That change paid immediate dividends as they turned the Lady Bees over on three straight possessions leading to a quick 6-0 run for a 36-31 lead.
Unfortunately, the Lady Broncos could not seal the deal down the stretch however as Bonneville knocked down 9 of 12 free throw attempts over the final two minutes of play to pull away late for the 50-41 High Country Conference victory.

Firth grapplers tip North Fremont 39-21

January 18, 2013

FIRTH — In a massive 2A Nuclear Conference match up the Firth Cougars out dueled perennial powerhouse North Fremont 39-21 on the home mats Thursday evening.
"Psychologically it's a big win for us when you consider North Fremont's tradition and all of their state championships," Firth head coach Keith Drake said. "I'm proud of the kids, they wrestled well. We're far from perfect but if our younger kids continue to improve we might be able to take that next step."

District 55 trustees reaffirm Crane's payout

January 18, 2013

Patrons were not happy at Blackfoot School District's, standing room only board meeting Thursday night when, in another strange twist of events, former superintendent Scott Crane's quarter million dollar separation agreement with the district was "reaffirmed and ratified." Board members voted 4-1 that the the terms of the agreement will continue to be honored.

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