Archive - Jun 2013
BLACKFOOT âHazardous Household Waste will be collected this Saturday at Bingham Countyâs Central Transfer Station at Moreland.
This waste will be collected ONLY at the Central Transfer Station
This service for Bingham County residents only and it is free. The Central Transfer Station will receive this waste from 8 a.m. to 12
noon this Saturday, June 29.
This is a great opportunity to gather up all those old cleaning solvents,
drain cleaners, pesticides and other items that you no longer
need or want. Check for items under your kitchen or bathroom sinks, in
BLACKFOOTâWith the '4th of July' just one week away, firework stands have popped up throughout the region. However, with last year's fire season (particularly the June 28th 'Charlotte Fire' in Pocatello that destroyed 66 homes) still fresh in the minds of many, fire officials are urging the public once again, "to use extreme caution."
BLACKFOOT â So far this week the Blackfoot American Legion baseball team has played .500 baseball.
After a split with the Idaho Falls Knights on Monday and another split with Wood River on Tuesday, the Broncos took to the field tired, sore but looking for improvement.
In Wednesday's doubleheader with Twin Falls the Broncos put the fatigue behind them and pulled out two big district wins taking game one 9-8 in eight innings and game two 8-2.
So far this summer the Blackfoot offense has come in spurts, some games they get runs in bunches, the rest it is a struggle.
THOMAS â Kids are âDigging into Readingâ at the Snake River School/Community Library at the âend of summer reading partyâ on Tuesday.
Food was served. The children made âdirtâ by crushing Oreo cookies.
Pudding was added to the dirt for a sweet treat. Watermelon was also
Kids also received free books and chose a flower to take home.
Story time lady, Miss Peggy Hansen, helped the children put handles on
BLACKFOOTâTo say that Lisa Harral "knows the library" is an understatement. Harral started working at the Blackfoot Public Library in 1980 while she was just in high school; now, over 30 years later, Harral has been named Library Director - an opportunity that she welcomes wholeheartedly.
BLACKFOOT â One pitch.
One pitch is all it takes to swing the momentum in the game of baseball.
In the top of the fifth inning in game number two of the district opening doubleheader with Wood River Tuesday at Blackfoot High School, Jaron Katseanes made that one pitch, he also got a little help from right fielder Dallin Fairchild.
FIRTH â The population of Firth will explode on Wednesday when over
10,500 scouts and their leaders arrive on site at the
Boy Scout Encampment.
âFirth will be the 14th largest city in Idaho for
four days,â said Brent Stolworthy. âItâs going to
be a great time for all the
Three activity centers have been erected on site. All three activity centers are exactly the same, said Paul FitzSimon, who is over tower construction.
The climbing towers are 32 feet high. Zip lines come off each corner of
BLACKFOOT â Eclectic Connection, a six piece band from Idaho Falls, will kick off the first concert of Blackfootâs âMusic in the Parkâ season on Wednesday evening. Local musician Doug Wareing, who directs the popular âJazz House Big Band,â has coordinated this yearâs concert series - carrying on the tradition that Blackfoot man, the late Butch Hulse, started four years ago. The Bingham Memorial Hospital board of directors and administrators have, again, stepped up to sponsor this yearâs concert season.
Robert Allen 'Bud' Norwood of Pocatello, died on Wednesday evening,
June 19th, 2013, at his home. He was born on February 4, 1940 in Moreland, Idaho, to Ronald Glen Norwood and Elva Effey Dawson Norwood. He grew up in Riverside, Idaho where he attended Snake River schools and
lettered in wrestling, football and track. He graduated in from Snake River High School in 1959. Bud married Joyce Chaffin on February 8,1958. They were later divorced. Bud married Iris Jean âJeanneâ Harman in
FIRTH â The population of Firth will explode on Wednesday when over 10,500 scouts and their leaders arrive on site at the Boy Scout Encampment.
"Firth will be the 14th largest city in Idaho for four days," said Brent Stolworthy. "It's going to be a great time for all the kids."
Three activity centers have been erected on site.
All three activity centers are exactly the same, said Paul FitzSimon, who is over tower construction.
The climbing towers are 32 feet high. Zip lines come off each corner of the towers and are 300-400 feet long.