Now is the time for any businesses, faith groups, school groups or community groups to form a team and jump on board to participate in Bingham County's 8th annual "Relay for Life" fundraiser.
Bingham County's "Relay for Life" Team Development Co-chair, Bobbie Steffensen describes the event as "an organized overnight community event (in conjunction with American Cancer Society) where team participants walk a track to celebrate and remember those who have been affected by cancer and fight back by fundraising for cancer research and patient resources."
Randy and Vauna Walker from Pingree do a lot of traveling, hauling their quarter horse, named DTF Way Ta Fire, to barrel racing competitions.
"Barrel racing is a hobby of ours," said Walker.
In the Diamond and Dirt Futurity in Bryan, Texas, on March 16, DTF Way Ta Fire "set a new arena record at the finals," Walker said.
Only those horses in their first year of competition can be entered into a Futurity.
The quarter horse posted the fastest time at the Diamonds and Dirt Futurity in Bryan, Texas, on March 16.
BLACKFOOT â€” Mayor Mike Virtue addressed County Commissioners Mark Bair and Whitney Manwaring Thursday morning to discuss the ambulance budget that was approved in 2010.
The numbers had to be adjusted to "break even," said Virtue. The first two years of the budget remained the same and a slip escalation was scheduled to begin in 2012.
Virtue said, "The levy may change plus or minus. There is a little bit of uncertainty but not much."